Everson’s ‘Who What When Where’ exhibition seeks to be a space of reconciliation
Through works from women, BIPOC and other underrepresented artists, Everson opened a provocative and meaningful exhibition that seeks to be a healing experience for those with differing backgrounds.
Symposium unpacks art world’s 2021 buzzword: Deaccessioning
The two-day virtual event aims to explore the role of the museum in the face of economic fallout and a national call for racial justice.
ArtRage’s Deadlocked and Loaded exhibit takes aim at gun violence
The social justice-focused art gallery addresses the culture of violence, systemic racism, police brutality and gun control issues in the United States through their new exhibition.
CNY artist conveys women’s shared experience with “Reconfiguration”
Artist Lacey McKinney discusses gender inequality, quarantine, and her exhibition at the Everson Museum of Art.
Top spooky movies for an at-home Halloweekend
With all of the precautions for COVID-19, it seems that an at-home Halloween celebration is the best option this year. Check out these films to help get spooky.
Syracuse art museums manage re-opening with COVID-19 precautions
At a time when the state of New York still has restrictions on public gatherings, art museums are trying to find a way to connect with patrons in-person.