Past Exhibits

Maya Textiles and Identity in Guatemala

The exhibit highlights the textiles of different Guatemalan pueblos and how they illustrate indigenous identity on various cultural and social levels.

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Depth Perception: The Archaeology of Wax

Syracuse artist Sally Hootnick creates artwork that’s “made up of layers of memories and experiences that inform each new action that we take.”

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Modern Quilts: Designs of a New Century

Experience the power of modern quilts firsthand in this exhibit of 60 innovative and inspiring quilts that represent the best modern quilts and quilters of the past decade.

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The Accidental Immigrant

Since moving to the United States from England a few years ago, Syracuse artist Tom Hall has been trying to gain empathy with the idea of migration and other people’s movement across borders.

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Ill Fusions

Rochester artist Shane Durgee’s collages begin as a contemplation of how American identities are constructed during childhood through a matrix of outside influences dominated by mass media and consumerism.

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