Jan 31 Tuesday
In collaboration with Rise Above Poverty, Collins Barber and Beauty Shop is holding a collection drive. Please help us, help others by donating!
Items Needed: Deodorant and Feminine Hygiene Products
Without these items, students often cannot attend school and have trouble focusing on their studies.
A community photography exhibit, "FROM WHERE WE STAND: Photographs from The Stand’s Annual South Side Photo Walk," will go on view Jan. 23 through Feb. 23 at The Gallery at the Ann Felton Multicultural Center at Onondaga Community College, located on the lower level of Storer Auditorium adjacent to Ferrante Hall.Public viewing hours are from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and a public reception is set for 5:30 p.m. Feb. 8.
Photos on display are commissioned from The South Side Newspaper Project's annual Photo Walks. This nonprofit journalism project has given voice to Syracuse’s South Side community since its founding in 2010. The annual Photo Walk is the project's largest community event, bringing together photographers of all skill levels and ages to explore the South Side, take photos and practice one’s skills.
This exhibition features photographs taken during this event throughout its 12-year history and is a visual testament to the struggles and resiliency of the neighborhood.
To schedule a visit outside of public hours, contact Kim LaRose at (315) 498-7330.
Feb 01 Wednesday
For the past 9 years, Ukraine has been represented by images of conflict, destruction, and carnage, brought about by Russia’s war on Ukraine.As a first-generation American and daughter of Ukrainian refugees, Lida Suchy draws on her background as a resource and inspiration for her creative work. For nearly 30 years she has been photographing in the Ukrainian village, Kryvorivnya, creating a composite portrait of this rural community.In this exhibition, Lida presents us with images that can help viewers to connect with Ukraine beyond the news headlines. In her statement Lida dedicates this exhibition, “…to the people of Ukraine, all those who stand in support of a free Ukraine, and to the memory of 27-year-old Artem Dymyd, who — брав від життя все і сам був життям — ‘lived life to its fullest.’ He is one of thousands of beautiful young people giving their lives to defend their country and our freedom.”
Feb 02 Thursday
Feb 03 Friday