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Tyler Art Gallery at SUNY Oswego in Syracuse

SUNY Oswego in Syracuse campus

Our mission at the SUNY Oswego in Syracuse is to educate and develop students and professionals at all stages of their careers. The SUNY Oswego in Syracuse is a dynamic hub where scholarship and practice intersect to provide meaningful educational experiences, address real-world problems and create a workforce capable of stimulating and managing a vital local economy.

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Address: 2 Clinton Square
Syracuse, NY 13202
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Exhibition
Illustrations by SUNY Oswego students in conjunction with Oswego's Grand Challenge: Race, Racism and Social Justice
On view through Winter, 2023

“Martin Luther King, Jr. urged us to “be those creative dissenters who will call our beloved nation to a higher destiny ... to a new plateau of compassion, to a more noble expression of humanness.” So let us move forward in alignment with our strategic plan as an inclusive and vibrant community of students and scholars, applying the powers of learning and knowledge toward finding solutions for the grand challenges of Race, Racism and Social Justice.” – President Deborah F. Stanley 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Under the direction of Professor Cynthia Clabough, students explored editorial illustration and page layout publications such as Rolling Stone.

SOURCE CONTENT: In honor of Black History Month, students were given a list of movies to choose from. All these movies were available on Netflix, Amazon, Disney Channel, and Hulu. A student who didn’t have a subscription to one of the services could watch the movie in the graphic design studio. 

MOVIE CHOICES Ruby Bridges, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, The Boy who Harnessed the Wind, Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, What Happened Miss Simone, One Night in Miami, All In: The Fight for Democracy, If Beal Street Could Talk, BB King: On the Road, Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, I Am Not Your Negro

Movie: I Am Not Your Negro
Artist: Cole Moszak
Spring 2021, Professor Cynthia Clabough

Cole Moszak

 


  














Movie: Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
Artist: Devon Beal
Spring 2021, Professor Cynthia Clabough

Devon Beal

















 

 



This event is free and open to the public. Sponsors: ARTSwego, SUNY Oswego Student Association and the Department of Art and Design.For more information about this exhibition, contact Amy E. Bartell, Coordinator of Community Art Exhibitions: [email protected]

For additional information about exhibitions at SUNY Oswego in Syracuse,
contact Amy E. Bartell at [email protected].