Tyler Art Gallery Fall 2014 Schedule

Fall Tyler Art Gallery Exhibition Schedule, 2014-15 
(Gallery 2nd Floor Penfield Library)  

(9/5 - 10/4/2014) The Continuing View:  Historic & Contemporary Landscape Opening Reception Friday, September 19th, 5-7pm
This exhibition demonstrates how landscape continues to be a vibrant genre as the land around us continues to inspire artists in many ways. Loaned contemporary works will be contrasted with historic works from SUNY Oswego's permanent collection. The exhibition will also feature a  "STEM to STEAM" aspect in a profile of Rice Creek Field Station and other examples of the intersection between science, nature and art.  

*(10/10 - 11/9/2014) SUNY Oswego Art Faculty Exhibition Opening Reception Friday, October 10th, 5-7pm
An annual tradition, this exhibition shares with visitors familiar themes and recent developments from the professional artists that make up the SUNY Oswego Art Department.  

*Note: This exhibition and reception will be held at the Art Association of Oswego, Fort Ontario Cemetery, Oswego, NY 13126  

(10/17 - 11/8/2014) 52nd Annual Juried Student Exhibition Opening Reception Friday, October 17th, 5-7pm
A truly democratic exhibition: open to any SUNY Oswego student who may submit artworks in any medium. Juried by outside professional artists, this is an exhibition wherein student artists take chances resulting in an engaging visual experience.  

(11/21 - 12/13/2014) Fall Bachelor of Fine Art & Master of Art Opening Reception Friday, November 21h, 5-7pm
A requirement for graduation, each BFA and MA student will show highlights of their artistic endeavors at Oswego. By the time they reach this pinnacle, students have often forged a unique artistic identity.  

(ongoing) Oswego Outdoor Sculpture Initiative: 2014 - 2016
Comprised of six outdoor sculptures by regional and national artists and installed in a central campus location midway between Campus Center and Penfield Library. A variety of provocative works give a taste of trends in contemporary sculpture from organic to geometric.