It’s never easy to talk about race in our community. Several Syracuse arts organizations are collaborating to bring together exhibits and performances about Apartheid, civil rights and identity to help that conversation.
A new exhibition at the Everson Museum represents American Modernism, a post-World War Two art movement. It’s called “Prendergast to Pollock,” and features more than 30 works from contemporary artists. It’s the first major event under a new director, who’s trying to boost interest and museum finances.
They filtered into the tidy gallery inside the pretty, refurbished 100-year-old former warehouse on Syracuse's west side Friday night, stopping to look long, hard, and with much appreciation at the new exhibit set up on two walls.