Arts & Culture
Artist Lauren Kalman's "But if the Crime is Beautiful… Hoods" is a project in reaction to architect Adolf Loos’ 1910 lecture "Ornament and Crime," where he proposes that ornament is regressive and that, in (his) contemporary society, only criminals and degenerates are decorated (this includes women).
Arts & Culture
Published: March 13, 2021

Detroit-based contemporary artist’s new-age approach to art is a perfect fit for SU’s revamped art collection initiatives.

"Black Warrior Mask" by Allison Janae Hamilton -- A recent accession by SU Art in efforts to diversify its collection.
Arts & Culture
Published: March 10, 2021

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.

Ahmaud Arbery 25 and Unarmed and Trayvon Martin 17 and Unarmed by Gigi Salij
Arts & Culture
Published: February 26, 2021

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.

Misty Copeland - Quote Card
Arts & Culture
Published: February 24, 2021

The first Black principal dancer in the prestigious American Ballet Theatre shares how she hopes to open doors for future dancers of color.

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Arts & Culture
Published: January 13, 2021

Sujean Gahng was inspired by the #NotAgainSU protests to create more representation for women and POCs within the industry.

Gabrielle Pinkny Sings
Arts & Culture
Published: January 11, 2021

Syracuse University freshman Gabrielle Pinkney is passionate about creating a more diverse and inclusive space within the classical opera community.

Leito Navarrete is senior at Syracuse University studying studio arts.
Arts & Culture
Published: December 17, 2020

Studio arts senior Leito Navarrete creates large scale paintings based on his own family photographs inspired by his experiences as a gay man growing up in a deeply religious family.

Lacey McKinney's art observes unequal power structures between men and women, particularly marginalized women of various backgrounds.
Arts & Culture
Published: December 11, 2020

Artist Lacey McKinney discusses gender inequality, quarantine, and her exhibition at the Everson Museum of Art.