Oct
09

Delavan's Th3 and artist talks October



staff reports 10/09/09
Artists in attendance at the Oct. Th3 at the Delavan Gallery will be photographer Bill Storm and painter Barbara Stout from the feature exhibit "Visions."

Also, a special preview of Syracuse Stage's production of Woman in the Blue Dress from 6 to 7 PM

Th3 (The Third Thursday) is from 5 to 8 p.m.
Free

Woman in the Blue Dress

Delavan Art Gallery is pleased to present a preview of Syracuse Stage's production, Woman in the Blue Dress, that is currently being done at the Everson Museum of Art in conjunction with the museum's much heralded Turner to Cezanne exhibit.

The piece is a multi-media theatre work that brings to life Henriette Henriot, a fledgling actress at the Théâtre de L'Odéon in Paris, and model for artist Pierre-August Renoir's La Parisienne. In the work, Henriette shares her provocative story of life in the theatre, her experience in the Parisian art world of the 1870s, and what it was like to model for Renoir, the most shocking Impressionist painter of his day. Woman in the Blue Dress is an original 30-minute piece by Stage's Director of Educational Programming Lauren Unbekant. This project has been made possible in part by a grant from the Chancellor Leadership Project of Syracuse University in conjunction with Imagining America.

Syracuse Stage actor Kathleen Wrinn, the star of the one-woman show directed by Leslie Noble, will do the Delavan preview.



Here's your chance to meet the artists and found out more about their work.

Artists in Attendance:
Saturday, October 10 from Noon to 3 PM, Barbara Stout
Thursday, October 15 (Th3) from 5 to 8 PM, Bill Storm and Barbara Stout
Saturday, October 17 starting at 1 PM, a talk by Phil Parsons
Saturday, October 24 starting at 2 PM, "Stone Canoe Writers Series," author to be announced

Current exhibits up at the Gallery include the main exhibition Visions, a three artist show, featuring paintings by Phil Parsons, photography by Bill Storm, and ink drawings by Barbara Stout and the Wild Card exhibit George Earle: A Retrospective.

Delavan Art Gallery is a 3,800 square foot showcase and sales venue for fine art created by area artists. Conveniently located in downtown Syracuse at 501 West Fayette St., just a block beyond Armory Square, the gallery is free and open to the public. Off-street parking is available and the gallery is handicapped accessible. Regular Gallery hours are Thursdays and Fridays from noon - 6:00 PM, Saturdays from 10:00 am - 4:00 PM and at other times by appointment.


CATEGORY: Art
TAGS: Third Thursday,Th3.delavan gallery,syracuse,Delavan Art Gallery,October TH3
EDITION: The Eagle


Rating: 2.5/5 (8 votes cast)



Comments powered by Disqus

Local Entertainment Archive




spacer




Google
cnylink.com
Talk to Us!
We want you to know that your opinion matters. Please complete our online form and give us your feedback today.