Past Exhibits

Quilts=Art=Quilts 2022

Oct. 29, 2022, to Jan. 8, 2023

Quilts=Art=Quilts has been an annual featured exhibit of the Schweinfurth Art Center since 1982. This year’s edition features artists from all over the world.

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Emotional Constructs

Oct. 29, 2022, to Jan. 8, 2023

Artist Judy Kirpich draws from her emotions to create her art: improvisational, intricately pieced quilts that help her deal with both her mother and mother-in-law being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

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Member Show 2022

Aug. 27 to Oct. 16, 2022

The Schweinfurth Art Center is hosting an exhibit this fall to celebrate the talent of our members

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Fall landscape with yellow and orange leaves and a grassy oath through the center

In Conversations with Nature

Aug. 27 to Oct. 16, 2022

Syracuse artist Nikolay Mikushkin will display his plein air landscape paintings in a solo exhibit at the Schweinfurth Art Center’s Davis Family Gallery.

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Excellence in Fibers VII

May 28 to Aug. 14, 2022

View some of the best fiber artworks as curated by Fiber Art Now national magazine in this annual exhibit. Categories include wall/floor works, sculptures, wearables, and more.

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Here/Hear

May 28 to Aug. 14, 2022

Artist Quinn Hunter, a North Carolina native, displays pieces from two of her recent series that revolve around the erasure of Black bodies and culture.

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In God’s Voice: A Celebration of the Spirituality of Harriet Tubman

May 28 to Aug. 14, 2022

Syracuse artist and storyteller Vanessa Johnson examines Harriet Tubman’s faith through the quilts and fiber art in her Emerging Artists Project exhibition at the Schweinfruth and Cayuga Museum

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Made in NY 2022

March 26 to May 15, 2022

Enjoy some of the best works by artists who live in New York State in this annual juried exhibit at the Schweinfurth, now in its 26th year. The 2022 edition includes 77 pieces by 70 artists.

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Recycled Light: An Ode to Neon

March 26-May 15, 2022

Recycled Light is an immersive, interactive installation made from discarded neon lighting salvaged over 20 years by Skaneateles artist Lorne Covington.

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