Students discuss work by Professor Rhonda Vanover in her Spring 2017 exhibition, Wake and Temper


  • TH.09.07, 5-7 p.m.: Opening Reception: Time Breaks Open and Memorandum

  • TH.11.02, 5-7 p.m.: Opening Reception: Another Time, Stay Awhile, and Objects & Apparitions


  • TH.09.28, 6 p.m.: Time Breaks Open Artist Talk with Susan Weisend (Professor, Department of Art)

  • TH.10.05, 6 p.m.: Memorandum Artist Talk with Leslie Brack

  • TH.11.09, 6 p.m.: Another Time Artist Talk with Anna Von Mertens

  • W.11.15, 10:30 a.m.: Department of Art Visiting Artist: Sara Walker

  • TH.11.30, 6 p.m.: Objects & Apparitions Artist Talk with Christine Elfman


  • T.09.12: Department of Writing Reading

    • featuring Image/Text MFA candidates Edith Fikes & Jason Lipeles, Tyler Macri ’18, & Ashar (The Spoken) Williams ‘19

  • TH.09.21, 6 p.m.: Department of Art History Guest Speaker

    • Chelsea Hogan ’05, Museum Education Specialist, Improviser, Founder of MuseumProv

  • T.10.10, 6 p.m.: Visiting Writers/Editors: Jensen Beach & Elizabeth Powell

    • Sponsored by the Department of Writing

  • T.10.17, 6 p.m.: Distinguished Visiting Writer: Geronimo Johnson

    • Sponsored by the Department of Writing

  • T.11.07: Department of Writing Nonfiction Reading

    • featuring Miranda Pennington ’07 & Jen Tennant (Economics)

  • T.11.14, 6 p.m.: Department of Art History Guest Speaker

    • Yutaka Sho, Associate Professor, Syracuse University

  • TH.11.16, 6 p.m.: Friendsgiving: LGBTQ+ Gathering with Luca Maurer

  • T.12.05, 6 p.m.: Department of Writing Poetry Reading

    • featuring nicole v basta ‘10 & Cory Brown (Writing)

  • Th.12.7, 6 p.m.: On the Verge production of Twelfth Night

    • written by William Shakespeare, directed by Claire Gleitman

  • T.12.12, 6 p.m.: Department of Writing Faculty Book Launch

    • featuring Eleanor Henderson, Christine Kitano, Catherine Taylor




Founded in 1977 by Board of Trustee member Murray Handwerker, the gallery has hosted over 200 exhibitions over the past 40 years, showcasing work by an international panoply of artists, employing hundreds of students, and supporting classes from across the college. Come celebrate this campus gem  throughout the weekend.  Student-led tours of current exhibitions will occur during Friday reception.


Hours: F.11.3, 10am-6pm; SA.11.4, 10am-6pm; SU.11.5, 10am-5pm


 F.11.03, 5-6 p.m.: Handwerker Gallery 40th Anniversary Celebration

SA.11.04, 1-2:30 p.m.: Department of Anthropology 50th Anniversary Celebration





All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Calendar subject to change. Check online for updated information: or

Gallery is closed on Tuesdays and the following dates for exhibition turnover: March 6-21; April 22-26. Amended hours May 8-20 for Finals & Commencement weeks.