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Graduate Student Profile: Ben Jackson

Light Work‘s lab and community spaces serve as a home base for many graduate and undergraduate students at Syracuse University. With this series of blog installments, we wanted to showcase the work of a few of these recent graduates who have actively used our spaces in the creation of their thesis projects. Today, we interview […]


NYFA MARK10 at Light Work

Last weekend, Light Work had the pleasure of hosting the MARK10 closing event for the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). The three-day event brought together over one hundred artists, curators and arts administrators for coaching in professional practices, lectures, panel discussions and networking opportunities. The NYFA group of artists, coaches, and presenters included […]


Intermissions gets under way

Syracuse is the site of Intermissions, a multi-venue exhibition project featuring Barry Anderson’s colorful and enigmatic video and still work. The exhibition creates opportunities, sometimes in unexpected places, for a refreshing change of view from everyday life. The first of Anderson’s installations, including a screening of his video Pigeon at the Everson Museum of Art […]


CNY Pride Family exhibition looking for venues

Three years ago Light Work collaborated with the Syracuse University LGBT Resource Center and local artist Ellen M. Blalock to create portraits of twenty LGBT families in the Central New York area. The project culminated in CNY Pride Family, an exhibition that challenges damaging myths and stereotypes about LGBT people and their families through first […]