Urban Video Project (UVP), a program of Light Work in partnership with the Everson Museum of Art and Onondaga County, is an outdoor architectural projection venue dedicated to the public presentation of film, video and moving image arts. UVP is one of few projects in the United States dedicated to ongoing public projections and adds a new chapter to Central New York’s legacy as one of the birthplaces of video art using cutting-edge technology to bring art of the highest caliber to Syracuse, New York.
Light Work UVP centers on a large-scale architectural projection onto the famous Everson Museum building. The projection can be viewed from the adjacent plaza. The Everson Museum is located in downtown Syracuse at 401 Harrison Street at the corner of Harrison and South State Streets, across from the War Memorial and OnCenter.
The Urban Video Project projection runs from dusk to 11pm, Thursday through Saturday during exhibition dates. For a complete listing of upcoming events at UVP, please visit UVP Events.