This is the Everson
A Museum
of Firsts.

Current Exhibitions

  • RO Robineau

    Drawn from the Everson’s collection, this exhibition features a range of works that address a basic human necessity: food and drink....

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    B Gallery B

    C Gallery C

    D Gallery D

    SC Sculpture Court

    AbStranded brings together contemporary American artists who use fiber-based materials to investigate the complex lineage of abstraction....

Learn at the Everson

There are many wonderful ways to learn about art at the Everson Museum. Explore with docent-led tours, classes, outreach programs, and more. The Everson has something for everyone!

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  • $44 Members | $55 Non-Members

    Discover the freedom of these flowing inks and how to use them to create watercolor effects on a variety of surfaces....

  • Free

    Enjoy an evening of figure drawing through the study of a nude model in our stunning Rosamond Gifford Sculpture Court....

  • $40 Members | $50 Non-Members

    Experience the joy of clay in these evenings of creativity and fun. Learn the basics of hand-building to create your own work of art....

The Everson
Central New York
Artist Initiative

The Central New York Artist Initiative is a community exhibition program that builds upon the Everson Museum of Art’s ongoing support of local artists in the CNY region. It is intended to showcase the talented and vibrant arts community in this area and its contributions to our cultural well-being.

The Artist Initiative will accept submissions bi-yearly and select six artists annually to display their work in solo exhibitions at the Museum. Selections will be based on the innovative quality of the work, how the work aligns with the Museum’s mission, and its relevance to the community.

Calls for community exhibition proposals are shared via email and the Everson’s social media accounts. Please be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Now accepting submissions! Click here to learn more.

Photo provided by the Everson Museum of Art