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Get involved: Art Walk and Dine for July 17 Th3



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The Syracuse Th3 Coalition has scheduled more free art events across the city’s art scene on the third Thursday in July. Make an evening of good art and good food. Enjoy a summer walk (or take the free shuttle) to several Th3 venues during July’s citywide art open, Third Thursday July 17 between 5 to 8 p.m. Meet the artists from the Everson’s Biennial or Eureka Crafts, enjoy dinner at a local restaurant, and top the evening off at the afterparty at the Contemporary Gallery!

July’s Th3 prize drawing features a gift certificate for L’Adour. Syracuse’s only Restaurant Francais, L’Adour is the vision of Yann Guigne and Alexia Falcone, both remarkable chefs who bring the classic Parisian and Southwest cuisine, the sophisticated and extraordinary regional wines, and the old world provin-
cial charm of France to Syracuse. Located at 110 Montgomery Street, at the corner of Montgomery and Washington. Find out more at: Ladour.com. You can enter the drawing more than once, but you can only enter once at each Th3 location.

Get involved: Look for Th3 downtown near Hanover Square on July 26, during Syracuse Arts Week.

Th3 is a coalition of 17 popular Syracuse visual arts venues that schedule free events during the evening of the third Thursday of every month, from 5 to 8 PM.

Free Shuttle Transportation: Ride Centro’s Free Connective Corridor Bus between SU and Th3 venues. Park free at SU on Th3 nights. Maps, bus schedule and Th3 show listings at all Th3 locations.

Visit th3syracuse.com for more information on our schedule, special events, monthly drawings, and bus schedule.

June Participating Th3 Venues & Special Events:
Community Folk Art Center, 805 E. Genesee St., 442-2230.
“The Whipping Post” by photographer Brantley Carroll blending historical images and engravings or text exploring the American Plantation system of slavery.

“Unchained Memories: Readings from Slave Narratives” notes, documents, and recordings of former African-American slaves who were still alive in the 1930’s.

Contemporary Gallery, 230 Harrison St.
“Whimsy: Celebrating the Power of Why Not?” featuring a broad variety of media with the majority of artists coming from NY. The official After-party on July 17th 8-10pm.

Delavan Art Gallery, 501 W. Fayette St, 425-7500.
Selected work from area artists. Light Refreshments.

Eureka Crafts, 210 Walton St., 471-4601
Special Th3 event: “Eclectic Paperworks: Transformations of the Typical,” Candy Lucas, collage artist from Auburn, NY, will display her collages about her quest for life and creativity. Artist in attendance. Light Refreshments.

Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St., 474-6054. All run till 5/25.
Special Th3 event: “ArtistOpen: The Object and Beyond” Artists from the 2008 Everson Biennial will discuss their work through ‘mini demonstrations.’ Michael Barletta, Michael Swatt, Donalee Peden-Wesley, Ulysses Jackson, Dian Fine, and Daniel Buckingham are participating artists.
“Syracuse Ceramic Guild: 2008 Juried Exhibition”

Light Work/Robert B. Menschel Media Center, 316 Waverly Ave., 443.1300
“Expectations of Adolescence” Photographer Blake Fitch documents the gradual transition of two girls into young women.

Onondaga Historical Association Museum and Research Center
321 Montgomery St., 428-1864
“Exploring History With Art: Work!” An exhibit depicting the visual history of occupations and places of work in Onondaga County
“Freedom Bound: Syracuse & the Underground Railroad”
“Our Sporting Life: The Heroes. The Highlights. The History”
“Syracuse China: Fired Forms of the American Experience”
“Franklin Auto Exhibit”

Redhouse/Rothenberg Gallery, 201 S. West St., 425-0405
“Other Options” a traveling and evolving exhibition that address how the quagmire of regulations imposed upon non-profit organizations affect the creative output, imagination, and flexibility of such organizations. Artists: Forays, Josh Greene, Mikely Merrill, Phil Orr & Ryan Thompson, ReTool, and Joanna Spitzner.

Syracuse Technology Garden, 235 Harrison Street, 474-0910, x2902
Exhibition of work in a variety of media by 20 local artists focusing on themes of nature: Linda Abbey, George Benedict, Julie Camilleri-Stickel, Sue Canizares, Nadine Cuffy, Deborah Dahlin, Tom Dwyer, Roscha Folger ,Laura Fudge, Judith Hand, Anne Helfer, Polly Ann Henry, Saba Khan , Liliya Lifanova,Megallion, Adriana Meis, Smita Rane, Kelvin Ringold, Carol Stone ,Jo-Ann Von Pless.

And in conjunction with Th3:
Change Your View - ACTIVATING PUBLIC SPACE: View final concepts generated by a charrette to develop proposals for enlivening the public space along East Genesee St. from Irving Avenue to Rt. 81 along the Connective Corridor. On display on Th3 and thru mid-July. Located at: Syracuse Blueprint Co., Inc., 825 E. Genesee St., 476-4084 (contact Michael McAllister mlmcalli@syredu or 215.896.9217 for more information).


The following Th3 Venues will not be open from 5-8 p.m. on July 17:
Onondaga Community College, Arts Across Campus, 498-2401
Point of Contact Gallery, 914 E. Genesee St., 443-2169
Spark Contemporary Art Space, 1005 E. Fayette St.
Syracuse University Special Collections Research Center, Bird Library, 443-9788
SU Art Galleries, Schaffer Art Building, Syracuse University, 443.4097
Warehouse Gallery, 350 W. Fayette St., 443-6450
Westcott Community Art Gallery, 826 Euclid Ave., 478-8634
YMCA GallerY, 2nd floor, 340 Montgomery St., 474-68451 x328.


CATEGORY: Art
TAGS: syracuse, art galleries, SU, Centro, connective corridor, third thursday
EDITION: The Eagle


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