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Like a Samurai Without a Sword 

The Link Gallery at the Warehouse

presents

Syracuse University’s

PAL Project collaboration with 

Syracuse City Youth

March 1st – April 6th

Location:  Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 West Fayette Street

Like a Samurai Without a Sword 

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SPECIAL THANKS: Syracuse University, Joy of Giving Something, Inc., Coalition of Museum and Art Centers, Central New York Community Foundation, The Fay Slover Fund at The Boston Foundation, The Gifford Foundation, The College of Visual and Performing Arts, SUArt Gallery, Youth of Syracuse, Syracuse University Mentors

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PAL Project Awarded Grant from Joy of Giving Something Inc.

https://news.syr.edu/2018/02/light-work-uvp-and-pal-project-awarded-grants-from-joy-of-giving-something-inc/

JGS Grant

https://news.syr.edu/2018/02/light-work-uvp-and-pal-project-awarded-grants-from-joy-of-giving-something-inc/


ARTISTICAL DIGITAL (& LYRICAL)

The PAL Project’s Visual Voices Program

Presents

ARTISTICAL DIGITAL (& LYRICAL)

A collaboration with Syracuse University’s Community Folk Art Center (CFAC),

as part of the Black History Month event series

Opening Reception: Friday, Feb. 2nd, 4:00pm to 7:00pm (artist conversation at 5pm)

Location: Community Folk Art Center (CFAC) 805 E Genesee St, Syracuse, NY

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The PAL Project’s “Artistical” Digital (& Lyrical) showcase features the work of 35 youth artist selected from five groups the Visual Voices program worked with over a three-year period: Southwest Community Center’s Journey to Manhood Program (J2M); Syracuse City School District’s Institute of Technology at Central (ITC); Syracuse University’s Intergroup Dialogue’s Cultural Voices Program and Syracuse University’s Writing Our Lives conference taking place in both Syracuse, New York and Manhattan, New York.  Collaborations are a semester-long workshop focused on photography, digital art, youth culture and themed writing prompts. Each portrait is an original work of art, conceived, produced and written by the featured artist.

EVENT Information: For more information or groups with special needs please contact Community Folk Art Center at (315) 442-2230

SPECIAL THANKS: Syracuse University, Photography and Literacy Project (PAL), Community Folk Art Center (CFAC), Syracuse City School District (ITC), Southwest Community Center (J2M), Intergroup Dialogue (SU), Writing Our Lives (SU), Joy of Giving Something, Coalition of Museum and Art Centers


I Wonder Where Life Is Going To Take Me

The Link Gallery at the Warehouse

presents

Syracuse University’s

PAL Project collaboration with 

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 25th, 3:30-4:30 pm

Location:  Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 West Fayette Street

I Wonder Where Life Is Going To Take Me

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SPECIAL THANKS: Syracuse University, Joy of Giving Something, Inc., Coalition of Museum and Art Centers, Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection, Central New York Community Foundation , The Fay Slover Fund at The Boston Foundation, The College of Visual and Performing Arts, SUArt Gallery,

Syracuse University Mentors


Seen and Heard 2

The Link Gallery at the Warehouse

presents

Syracuse University’s

PAL Project collaboration with 

Syracuse City School Students

Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 28th, 6:00-7:00 pm

September 22, 2017 – November 10, 2017

Location:  Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 West Fayette Street

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SPECIAL THANKS: Syracuse University, Syracuse City School District, Central New York Community Foundation, The Fay Slover Fund at The Boston Foundation, Joy of Giving Something, Inc. The Reisman Foundation, The Gifford Foundation, Coalition of Museum and Art Centers. The College of Visual and Performing Arts, SUArt Gallery, Syracuse University TRM310/610 students.


Everson Museum ‘Seen and Heard PAL Project’ features Syracuse city schools student work

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http://www.syracuse.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/07/everson_museum_seen_and_heard_pal_project_features_syracuse_city_schools_student.html

The Photography and Literacy Project is an innovative program positioned under Syracuse University’s Coalition of Museums and Art Centers (CMAC) that brings SU students into Syracuse City Schools to develop projects involving photography, video, audio recording, and writing. The objective is to improve students’ writing and reading skills by linking these studies with photography, video, and poetry.

“If I can make one kid or any number of them feel they’re capable, intelligent, creative, and have something substantial to add to the conversation in class, then that’s rewarding to me,” says Stephen Mahan, Director of SU’s Photography and Literacy Project.

This exhibition features work by children selected from five groups that the PAL Project worked with over a nine week period: Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection, middle and high school students; North Side Leaning Center, middle and high school students; Edward Smith School, self-contained classroom, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students; Edward Smith School, 5th grade students; and Say Yes to Education.

Seen and Heard PAL Project is on view through August 6, 2017. The main Summer exhibition, Seen and Heard is on view through August 27, 2017.

All students with featured work received a FREE Household Membership to the Everson Museum of Art for a year.

Abdi Farah, North Side Learning Center, Middle School
Adrianna Slaughter, Edward Smith School, 6th Grade
Alycea Procks, Edward Smith School, 7th grade
Aniah Grant, Edward Smith School, 7th Grade
Ayan Dafe, North Side Learning Center, Middle School
Azaiana Alexander, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, High School
Cayden Mills, Edward Smith School, 7th grade
Chol Belkoe, On Campus Program, High School
Chris Springer, Edward Smith School, 5th grade
Clintwan Hill, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School
Derek Liepke, Edward Smith School, 6th grade
Dontae Smith, Edward Smith School, 7th grade
Doreyanna O,Neal, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School
Eli Valdez, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School
Ishmahan Mohamed, North Side Learning Center, High School
Istarlin Dafe, North Side Learning Center, High School
Jaliqua, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, High School
Jaylin Riley, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School
Jennie Freeman, Edward Smith School, 7th grade
Jordan Krzywoa, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School
Katya Greene, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, High School
Kyley Steeprock, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, High School
Liban, North Side Learning Center, Middle School
Mariah Dawson, Edward Smith School, 7th grade
Markabo Mayan, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School
Markell Weathers, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School
Masai White, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School
Naralin, North Side Learning Center, High School
Nasdja Wilson, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, High School
Raigan Lapp, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, High School
Rickey Kirby, Edward Smith School, 6th grade
Romell, On Campus Program, High School
Rose Tantine, North Side Learning Center, Middle School
Solange Tantine, North Side Learning Center, Middle School
Suleiman, North Side Learning Center, High School
Tim Jackson, Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Middle School


Thanks to Joy of Giving Something Inc.

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We wish to extend sincere gratitude and thanks to Joy of Giving Something Inc. for their continued support.

Joy of Giving Something Arts Education Initiatives

The ability to understand and interpret images is an essential skill for basic communication and comprehension. Access to visual arts learning should be a fundamental part of every child’s education, yet funding for the arts remains woefully inadequate in schools nationwide. Joy of Giving Something is committed to the ideal of universal access to visual literacy and arts education.

Our grantmaking is comprised of three initiatives: scholarships, expansion grants, and support for afterschool programming.

Since 2009, we have awarded more than fifty scholarships to students pursuing a post-secondary education in visual arts. Scholarships are made through partner organizations such as Appalshop, Imagining America, International Center of Photography, Perpich Center for Arts Education, and The Studio Museum in Harlem.

As a means of supporting and expanding high-quality visual arts learning, grants for the purchase of photographic equipment and software are made to select educational institutions. Recipients have included the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife (Bronx); Community Darkroom (Rochester); PAL Program (Syracuse); Lower Manhattan Community School (NYC); Mark Twain School IS239 (Brooklyn); Van Siclen Community Middle School (Brooklyn); and Boys Club of New York.


PAL Project at the Everson Museum

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https://www.everson.org/explore/current-exhibitions


A New Life, A New Chapter

The Link Gallery at the Warehouse

presents

Syracuse University’s

PAL Project collaboration with 

North Side Learning Center 

Opening Reception: Wednesday, June 7th, 6:00-7:00 pm

Location:  Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 West Fayette Street

A New Life, A New Chapter

Istarlin Invitation (1).jpgSPECIAL THANKS: Syracuse University, North Side Learning Center, Central New York Community Foundation, The Fay Slover Fund at The Boston Foundation, Joy of Giving Something, Inc. The Reisman Foundation, The Gifford Foundation, Coalition of Museum and Art Centers. The College of Visual and Performing Arts, SUArt Gallery, Syracuse University Mentors

 


I Dream Because Dreams Come True

The Link Gallery at the Warehouse

presents

Syracuse University’s

PAL Project collaboration with 

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection 

Closing Reception: Thursday, June 1st, 3:00-4:00 pm

Location:  Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 West Fayette Street

I Dream Because Dreams Come True

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SPECIAL THANKS:

Syracuse University

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection

Central New York Community Foundation

The Fay Slover Fund at The Boston Foundation

Joy of Giving Something, Inc.

The Reisman Foundation

The Gifford Foundation

Coalition of Museum and Art Centers

The College of Visual and Performing Arts

SUArt Gallery

Syracuse University Mentors