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Hidden in Plain Sight, Gallery Talk at Everson Museum of Art

Hidden in Plain Sight Gallery talk with John Mannion and Sean Hovendick November 15, 2012 at 6:30pm Everson Museum of Art 401 Harrison Street Syracuse, NY 13202 Capturing poignant moments of the human experience and provocative environmental interventions, TONY: 2012 photographers John Mannion and Sean Hovendick will give a gallery talk to discuss their work […]


Community Darkrooms Member Spotlight: Bob Burdick

Community Darkrooms Member Spotlight Bob Burdick has been a long-time Community Darkrooms member, with his first visit taking place in 1977 when co-founders Tom Brian and Phil Block were here to greet him. According to Bob, “The nice thing about this facility is that it is and always has been open to anyone.” He especially […]


Thilde Jensen: Canaries

As I walk into Light Work today it is almost exactly a year since, for the first time, I was able to enter this or any building not wearing my respirator. For seven years before that, my life was restricted by my body and brain’s sudden inability to process the vast amounts of chemicals floating […]


Scenes from a residency

June Light Work Artist-in-Residence Gerard Gaskin is video blogging his residency throughout the month on Facebook. Here, Gerard shows you around the apartment where our artists stay during their residencies. (Click here for more information about the residency program and what is included.) He then talks about his plans for his time in Syracuse, which […]


Another satisfied artist

We received this note from an artist who recently made the transition to digital printing here at Light Work/Community Darkrooms. This is exactly the place to make that change and have it be fun. Read on to hear about Michelle’s experience in her own words. “. . . I hope to be back in Syracuse […]


Soldier Billboard Project in Washington, D.C.

Images from Suzanne Opton’s series Soldier will appear on billboards in six Metrorail stations throughout Washington D.C. from March 9 to April 4, 2010. The Soldier Billboard Project features portraits of American soldiers between tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Click here to read about various reactions to the series, which has been on […]


Covering photography

The Special Collections Research Center at Syracuse University’s Bird Library, which is right down the street from Light Work, contains an amazing 100,00 printed works and 2,000 archival collections. As part of its Spring 2010 programming, the Center is featuring the exhibition Covering Photography: Imitation, Influence, and Coincidence. The show’s guest curator, Karl Baden (Light […]


Welcome Priya Kambli

Our December Artist-in-Residence, Priya Kambli, has arrived just in time for the first major snowfall of the year in Syracuse. Good thing that Priya plans on spending most of her time indoors at Community Darkrooms making multiple editions of prints from her series Color Falls Down. The series takes its name from a popular Hindi […]


Deana Lawson: Corporeal

Deana Lawson: Corporeal November 2–December 23, 2009 Gallery Reception: November 5, 2009, 5:00–8:00pm Light Work is pleased to announce the exhibition Corporeal, featuring the work of Deana Lawson. Lawson’s photographs examine how the body informs personal, political, and historical identities. At first glance, Lawson’s images have a seemingly straightforward quality that dissolves into a complex set […]