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  • Although Svalbard may be a long 3,000 miles from Syracuse, it’s closer than you think! The Everson Museum of Art, in downtown Syracuse, is proud to present the opening of its latest exhibition, Janet Biggs: Imagination and Desire in a Northern Landscape, on view February 10, 2024-May 12, 2024, with an Opening Night Reception at the Everson on February 9, 2024....

  • Thursday, February 1, 2024, 8:00pm on WCNY-TV. J. Daniel Pluff visited the Everson Museum of Art on December 14, 2023, to interview Museum Director and CEO Elizabeth Dunbar for WCNY's On the Money program. The interview was conducted in the Pepe Mar: Clay Garden gallery, and during the Festival of Trees & Light....

  • The Everson Museum of Art welcomed seven new Trustees to the Everson Board on January 1, 2024. These individuals, according to Everson Director & CEO Elizabeth Dunbar, “bring unique community and professional experiences that complement our existing Board leadership skills and expertise. Board Chair Heather Schroeder and I are excited to work with our new class of Trustees as we begin developing a new strategic plan for Central New York’s premiere arts organization.” Everson Board members serve ...

  • It is with great sadness that the Everson has learned of the recent passing of Juan Cruz, a beloved artist and member of our community for more than fifty years. It is no secret that Juan’s early life was marked by violence. In 1960, he was convicted for a shooting during a gang fight, and was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison. In 1968, while serving time in Auburn Prison (now the Auburn Correctional Facility), Juan’s life was forever changed....

  • The Central New York Artist Initiative builds upon the Everson Museum of Art’s ongoing support of the region’s vibrant arts community. Launched in January 2022, the Everson CNY Artist Initiative is a competitive program that highlights the multi-faceted talents of regional artists. Each year, Everson curators select artists to display their work in solo exhibitions at the Museum. Selections are based on the innovative quality of the work, how the work aligns with the Museum mission, and its rele...

  • The Everson Museum of Art remembers Prof. Judith Meighan with a tribute to the life and legacy of a remarkable individual who left an indelible mark on the world of art, education, and mentorship. Prof. Judith Meighan, a teacher, scholar, and artist, dedicated her life to the pursuit of knowledge and the cultivation of creativity. Born in Philadelphia and an alumna of Swarthmore College, Judy earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in art history from Columbia University, later contributing her expertise t...

  • Everson Statement on Israel and Gaza: Heartbreaking reports of hundreds of innocent civilians losing their lives to acts of terror have shaken us all. Whatever our religious beliefs or political views, we should be repulsed by the atrocities committed by Hamas and denounce the senseless taking of innocent lives in both Israel and Gaza....

  • The Everson’s parking lot will be closed for repairs beginning on September 11, 2023 for approximately two weeks. There is parking available in nearby lots and streets. We apologize for the inconvenience....

  • 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....

  • Several members of the Everson staff attended the Micron Community Engagement Committee meeting, at the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central, August 2, 2023. The committee presented the future plans for Micron Technology and its impact on the community....

  • More than 350 people attended the event, including 25 new Museum members, who were all part of a standing-room-only presentation by Doug’s daughter, Heather Muir, and nephew, David Muir, the ABC News journalist, and Syracuse native. The Muir family debuted the first annual Doug Muir Photography/Art Scholarships – honoring three local students, including two high school graduates from the Syracuse City School District and one member of the Everson Teen Arts Counc...

  • 4/20: In 1968, Wisconsin-born ceramic artist Clayton Bailey moved to Northern California and took up residence with his family in an old diner in Crockett, a blue-collar town north of San Francisco. Bailey, along with his wife, Betty, immediately fell in with a circle of artists that revolved around the University of California-Davis’s quirky art department...

  • On March 3, 2023, the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, in partnership with MTV and Paramount+, will launch a reality competition, The Exhibit: Finding the Next Great Artist, that will pit Frank Buffalo Hyde against a diverse group of six other artists who compete for a prize that will include a solo exhibition at the Hirshhorn....

  • The number 23 is a significant number throughout history, religion, biology, and even sports — especially basketball....

  • Hoop Dreams: Basketball and Contemporary Art gallery! Opening Night and Community Day at the Everson Museum of Art, in Syracuse, NY, featuring Hoop Dreams: Basketball and Contemporary Art and a lot of community fun!...

  • The Everson Bulletin is now available in print and online. Everson Bulletins include a first look at feature stories, recaps on recent events, and a calendar of upcoming exhibitions, classes, and activities....

  • The CNY Artist Initiative builds upon the Everson’s ongoing support of the area’s vibrant arts community. It is a competitive program that highlights the multi-faceted talents of CNY artists. Each......

  • The Everson Museum of Art is proud to be among the notable organizations to receive an Artist Employment Program (AEP) grant from Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY)....

  • On Saturday, April 30, the Everson Museum of Art will open the much anticipated exhibition, Sharif Bey: Facets. With funding from a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Sharif Bey: Facets is a two-decade retrospective of artist and educator Sharif Bey's body of work in ceramics and glass that explores the visual heritage of Africa and Oceania....

  • On Saturday, April 30, the Everson Museum of Art will open Sekou Cooke: 15-81. The exhibition presents architect and urban designer Sekou Cooke’s project We Outchea: Hip-Hop Fabrications and Public Space alongside documents relating to the 15th Ward in Syracuse, New York....