Oswego's 'On My Own Time' exhibition to open
The third annual SUNY Oswego “On My Own Time” exhibition of faculty and staff artistic talent will feature a free public reception at 5 p.m. Friday, May 9, in Penfield Library’s Lake Effect Cafe.
The exhibition, which features up to three original visual-media works per non-professional artist, will run through May 30 at the library.
A panel of volunteer judges who are professionally involved in the arts will adjudicate the in-house exhibition. The Everson Museum of Art will include selected pieces in the regionwide “On My Own Time” exhibition in the fall.
Created 40 years ago by CNY Arts, in cooperation with the Everson, “On My Own Time” is a community arts program that links the business and cultural sectors of Central New York to promote an appreciation of the arts and to recognize creativity in the workforce.
Visit www.oswego.edu/library for Penfield Library’s hours of operation. Parking at SUNY Oswego is by permit only. Visit www.oswego.edu/administration/parking for information on obtaining a day-use permit.
PHOTO CAPTION: Avocational art—Andrea Ross, a staff librarian at SUNY Oswego’s Penfield Library, views jewelry pieces and a sculpture by faculty and staff artists at the 2013 “On My Own Time” display. The 2014 exhibition of employee artwork will feature a free public reception at 5 p.m. Friday, May 9, in the library’s Lake Effect Cafe.
(Posted: Apr 29, 2014)