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.
The award-winning illustrator has worked on projects for companies such as Airbnb and Apple and publications such as The New Yorker.
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.
Deaccession has become the buzzword of 2020 thanks to the Everson Museum’s deaccession of a Jackson Pollock work in order to purchase works from underrepresented groups.
Detroit-based contemporary artist’s new-age approach to art is a perfect fit for SU’s revamped art collection initiatives.
SU Art Museum winter exhibition sees contemporary and historic portraits sharing the limelight in an effort to reinvigorate the museum and tackle issues of racism, classism, xenophobia and more.
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.
The first Black principal dancer in the prestigious American Ballet Theatre shares how she hopes to open doors for future dancers of color.
Sujean Gahng was inspired by the #NotAgainSU protests to create more representation for women and POCs within the industry.
Syracuse University freshman Gabrielle Pinkney is passionate about creating a more diverse and inclusive space within the classical opera community.