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Wednesday, October 22

Exhibition - Peter B. Jones: A Life in Clay

Longyear Museum of Anthropology, Colgate University. Alumni Hall 2nd Floor. Hamilton NY 13346

Peter B. Jones is a highly accomplished and talented artist who, during a career spanning fifty years, has created pottery and ceramic sculpture that is sought after by museums and collectors worldwide. He fell in love with clay as a medium in early childhood, and dedicated his studies to clay sculpture at the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico, at Bacone College in Oklahoma, and at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Montana. After returning to his New York homeland, he has infused his sculpture with traditional and contemporary Haudenosaunee themes and images. Museum Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 4:30pm, and by appointment.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Thursday, October 23

Author of “Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much” to speak at Hamilton College

Hamilton College Chapel

Harvard professor Sendhil Mullainathan, a leading economist in the field of behavioral economics and co-author of "Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much." Mullainathan and co-author Princeton cognitive psychologist Professor Eldar Shafir examine the psychology of scarcity and the scarcity mindset that narrows perspective and perpetuates lack through the limiting of one’s options. This is an important new work that addresses the psychology around poverty and how people’s minds work differently when they feel they lack something. The results of their research show empirically that the feeling of scarcity places very real limits on what people are able to see, and the authors offer strategic interventions as behavioral solutions to help break these cycles that lead to the scarcity mindset. Mullainathan’s work runs a wide gamut: the impact of poverty on mental bandwidth; whether CEO pay is excessive; using fictitious resumes to measure discrimination; and showing that higher cigarette taxes makes smokers happier. His latest research focuses on using machine learning and data mining techniques to better understand human behavior. A recipient of the MacArthur “genius” Award, Mullainathan has been designated a “Young Global Leader” by the World Economic Forum, labeled a “Top 100 Thinker” by Foreign Policy Magazine, and named to the “Smart List: 50 people who will change the world” by Wired Magazine (UK). He writes regularly for The New York Times. FREE

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Author, UCLA Professor David Shorter to Discuss Indigenous Healing in Hamilton College Lecture

Hamilton College - Room 127 (Red-Pit), Kirner-Johnson Building

“Sex, Power, and Healing: Considering an Indigenous Context" by author and UCLA Professor David Shorter. In recent ethnographic fieldwork among the Yoeme people of Mexico, Shorter unexpectedly discovered the healing power of sexuality studies. By understanding the dynamics involved in human reproduction, identity formation, and the seeking and sharing of pleasure, we understand the core components of how people receive, give, obtain and relate with power in their lives. Shorter is professor and vice-chair of the Worlds Arts and Culture Department at the University of California Los Angeles. His book, "We Will Dance Our Truth," won the Chicago Prize in 2009. The lecture is sponsored by Hamilton’s Religious Studies, Women’s Studies, and Latin American Studies departments and funded by the Dean of Faculty and The Office of the Chaplains. FREE

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The Evening of Art for Educators

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

The Evening of Art for Educators – an interdisciplinary educational event for local teachers, administrators, and school personnel – will explore curricular collaborations available through the museum. The event includes tours of the exhibitions and an opportunity to meet with museum staff. RSVP by Monday Oct. 20, at www.hamilton.edu/wellin/educatorRSVP

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Cooking Class: Cooking 101

MOBOCES - New Hartford BOCES building

MOCBOCES is offering a new cooking class that will teach students the basics of cooking - meatballs, marinara sauce, pasta and rice, ways to prepare chicken and eggs, salads, chocolate chip cookies. Students will do the cooking and take home samples. Lecture will be lively and entertaining. Come and learn to cook with us - every Thursday evening in October (5 classes)!

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Exhibition - Peter B. Jones: A Life in Clay

Longyear Museum of Anthropology, Colgate University. Alumni Hall 2nd Floor. Hamilton NY 13346

Peter B. Jones is a highly accomplished and talented artist who, during a career spanning fifty years, has created pottery and ceramic sculpture that is sought after by museums and collectors worldwide. He fell in love with clay as a medium in early childhood, and dedicated his studies to clay sculpture at the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico, at Bacone College in Oklahoma, and at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Montana. After returning to his New York homeland, he has infused his sculpture with traditional and contemporary Haudenosaunee themes and images. Museum Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 4:30pm, and by appointment.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Friday, October 24

Hogwarts at Hamilton Tours to be Staged on Oct. 24 and 25

Hamilton College - Benedict Hall

Local families can experience the magic of Harry Potter at the 14th annual Hogwarts at Hamilton, taking place on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25, at Benedict Hall, on the Hamilton College campus. All shows are free and open to the public. Wizards, witches and muggles of all ages are welcome to attend and can tour Hogwarts, cast spells and meet favorite Harry Potter characters! Tours begin on the hour on Friday, Oct. 24, at 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 11 p.m., and on Saturday, Oct. 25, at 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 11 p.m. There will be no 7 p.m. tour on either night. Please arrive 10 minutes early for your intended showtime. Parking is in visitor lots across the street from Benedict Hall which is located on College Hill Road. A campus map may be found here: www.hamilton.edu/virtualtour/images/campusmap-large.jpg. Reserve your spot by emailing Hogwarts@hamilton.edu with your name, number of people, date and showtime.

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iGeorge Li, piano

Hamilton College, Wellin Hall, Schambach Center

Acclaimed by the Washington Post for his “staggering technical prowess, a sense of command and depth of expression,” nineteen-year-old American pianist George Li is already a well-known performer, having played at the White House and presented countless recitals in the United States and abroad. For this concert, George will be joined by his brother Andrew, who recently appeared on NPR’s From the Top. George is a student at Harvard University; Andrew is a student at Lexington (MA) High School.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Saturday, October 25

Fall Open House

Herkimer College

Herkimer College will hold a Fall Open House. Students and families will have the opportunity to meet the faculty, explore the campus, learn about financial aid and attend parent and student question and answer sessions. Guided tours of the campus and housing will be available. Prospective students can sign-up for a drawing to win a $500 scholarship and other prizes. The winner must enroll full-time at Herkimer College. The scholarship will be applied to the student’s account toward tuition, fees and books (must be present to win).

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SUNY Oneonta Craft Fair

SUNY Oneonta, Hunt Union ballroom

The annual SUNY Oneonta homecoming/family weekend craft fair will be held on Saturday, October 25 9:30am-3pm in the Hunt College Union. The craft fair will feature over 50 vendors selling a variety of items such as jewerly, crafts and home decor.

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FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL

Richfield Springs Central School

Craft Fair, concession, Chinese Auction, Raffles and much more

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Hogwarts at Hamilton Tours to be Staged on Oct. 24 and 25

Hamilton College - Benedict Hall

Local families can experience the magic of Harry Potter at the 14th annual Hogwarts at Hamilton, taking place on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25, at Benedict Hall, on the Hamilton College campus. All shows are free and open to the public. Wizards, witches and muggles of all ages are welcome to attend and can tour Hogwarts, cast spells and meet favorite Harry Potter characters! Tours begin on the hour on Friday, Oct. 24, at 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 11 p.m., and on Saturday, Oct. 25, at 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 11 p.m. There will be no 7 p.m. tour on either night. Please arrive 10 minutes early for your intended showtime. Parking is in visitor lots across the street from Benedict Hall which is located on College Hill Road. A campus map may be found here: www.hamilton.edu/virtualtour/images/campusmap-large.jpg. Reserve your spot by emailing Hogwarts@hamilton.edu with your name, number of people, date and showtime.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Sunday, October 26

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Hamilton College F.I.L.M. Series Presents: Psychedelic Cinema Orchestra, with films by Ken Brown

Bradford Auditorium in the Kirner-Johnson Building at Hamilton College

Psychedelic Cinema Orchestra, with films by Ken Brown Between 1966 and 1969 Ken Brown produced motion-picture imagery to be projected with The Road light show at the Boston Tea Party, the Boston area’s premier rock club at the time. The films illuminated the stage for Jimi Hendrix, B.B. King and the Grateful Dead. Brown’s remarkable imagery (for a sample see vimeo.com/93166266) has been revived by Ken Winokur of the Alloy Orchestra and his colleagues Jonathan LaMaster of Cul de Sac and Dana Coley of Morphine. Together they have created a new soundtrack for Brown’s work – a cine-feast for the eye and ear, and a window on another time. FREE

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Monday, October 27

Exhibition - Peter B. Jones: A Life in Clay

Longyear Museum of Anthropology, Colgate University. Alumni Hall 2nd Floor. Hamilton NY 13346

Peter B. Jones is a highly accomplished and talented artist who, during a career spanning fifty years, has created pottery and ceramic sculpture that is sought after by museums and collectors worldwide. He fell in love with clay as a medium in early childhood, and dedicated his studies to clay sculpture at the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico, at Bacone College in Oklahoma, and at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Montana. After returning to his New York homeland, he has infused his sculpture with traditional and contemporary Haudenosaunee themes and images. Museum Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 4:30pm, and by appointment.

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Tuesday, October 28

Exhibition - Peter B. Jones: A Life in Clay

Longyear Museum of Anthropology, Colgate University. Alumni Hall 2nd Floor. Hamilton NY 13346

Peter B. Jones is a highly accomplished and talented artist who, during a career spanning fifty years, has created pottery and ceramic sculpture that is sought after by museums and collectors worldwide. He fell in love with clay as a medium in early childhood, and dedicated his studies to clay sculpture at the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico, at Bacone College in Oklahoma, and at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Montana. After returning to his New York homeland, he has infused his sculpture with traditional and contemporary Haudenosaunee themes and images. Museum Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 4:30pm, and by appointment.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Wednesday, October 29

John Zaffis, Godfather of Paranormal

Herkimer College, Robert McLaughlin College Center, room 288

Herkimer College will host a presentation by John Zaffis, godfather of the paranormal. The event is free and open to the public. John Zaffis has over 40 years of experience studying and investigating the paranormal. He has worked for and with his aunt and uncle, Ed and Lorraine Warren looking for ghosts and hauntings and studying demonology. Zaffis’ research has taken him throughout the United States, Canada, England and Scotland covering several thousands of cases. Through hands on investigating with other investigators and clergy, he has obtained a great deal of knowledge and understanding of the paranormal and is considered one of the foremost authorities in the field today. Zaffis has been featured in the Discovery Channel's documentaries A Haunting in Connecticut and Little Lost Souls. He has appeared on Unsolved Mysteries, Fox News Live, and many other print and news media events and has hosted a show on SyFy, Haunted Collector, and became a producer for

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Exhibition - Peter B. Jones: A Life in Clay

Longyear Museum of Anthropology, Colgate University. Alumni Hall 2nd Floor. Hamilton NY 13346

Peter B. Jones is a highly accomplished and talented artist who, during a career spanning fifty years, has created pottery and ceramic sculpture that is sought after by museums and collectors worldwide. He fell in love with clay as a medium in early childhood, and dedicated his studies to clay sculpture at the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico, at Bacone College in Oklahoma, and at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Montana. After returning to his New York homeland, he has infused his sculpture with traditional and contemporary Haudenosaunee themes and images. Museum Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 4:30pm, and by appointment.

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Poet Diane Raptosh to Read at Hamilton College

Hamilton College - Room 127 (Red-Pit), Kirner-Johnson Building

Reading by Diane Raptosh, renowned poet and National Book Award finalist. Raptosh, the Boise Poet Laureate and Idaho Writer-in Residence, is a graduate of the University of Michigan MFA program and currently holds the Eyck-Berringer Endowed Chair in English at The College of Idaho. Aside from her teaching positions in literature and creative writing, Raptosh also directs the criminal justice and prison studies program at the college. Her 2013 poetry collection, "American Amnesiac," is long listed for the National Book Award while her other published collections, including "Parents from a Different Alphabet," "Labor Songs," and "Just West of Now," remain highly distinguished. A three time recipient of the Fellowship in Literature from the Idaho Commission of the Arts, Raptosh conducts writing workshops and lectures throughout the country. FREE

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Thursday, October 30

Cooking Class: Cooking 101

MOBOCES - New Hartford BOCES building

MOCBOCES is offering a new cooking class that will teach students the basics of cooking - meatballs, marinara sauce, pasta and rice, ways to prepare chicken and eggs, salads, chocolate chip cookies. Students will do the cooking and take home samples. Lecture will be lively and entertaining. Come and learn to cook with us - every Thursday evening in October (5 classes)!

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Exhibition - Peter B. Jones: A Life in Clay

Longyear Museum of Anthropology, Colgate University. Alumni Hall 2nd Floor. Hamilton NY 13346

Peter B. Jones is a highly accomplished and talented artist who, during a career spanning fifty years, has created pottery and ceramic sculpture that is sought after by museums and collectors worldwide. He fell in love with clay as a medium in early childhood, and dedicated his studies to clay sculpture at the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico, at Bacone College in Oklahoma, and at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Montana. After returning to his New York homeland, he has infused his sculpture with traditional and contemporary Haudenosaunee themes and images. Museum Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 4:30pm, and by appointment.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Friday, October 31

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Saturday, November 01

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Sunday, November 02

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Monday, November 03

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Tuesday, November 04

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Wednesday, November 05

Opening Reception for Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Imapired Driving on American Roads

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

An opening reception will be held November 5 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. for “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. The reception will be held in The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus. This reception is part of the powerful exhibit which is open to the public November 1st until November 30th. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Thursday, November 06

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Friday, November 07

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Saturday, November 08

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Sunday, November 09

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Monday, November 10

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Tuesday, November 11

Wellin Kids Event at Hamilton College

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

The museum will host children’s programing, allowing them to tour and interpret the exhibits in a fun, child friendly environment. The event will include children’s activities as well as treats.

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Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Wednesday, November 12

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Thursday, November 13

Wellin Museum Presents Paul Clemence

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

Lecture by Paul Clemence, a New York-based photographer and author. The topic is the perception and expression of architecture through the photographic lens. Clemence’s recent publication, "Here/After: Structures in Time," has received national attention through its presentation at the Art Basel Miami Beach 2013 and the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale preview.

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Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Friday, November 14

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Saturday, November 15

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Sunday, November 16

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Monday, November 17

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Tuesday, November 18

Gallery Walk at Welling Museum, Hamilton College

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

Tracey L. Adler, director of the Wellin Museum and curator of "Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature," will lead a gallery walk through of the current exhibit. FREE

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Gallery Walk at Wellin Museum, Hamilton College

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

Tracey L. Adler, director of the Wellin Museum and curator of "Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature," will lead a gallery walk through of the current exhibit. FREE

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Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Wednesday, November 19

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Thursday, November 20

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

More details >>

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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Friday, November 21

Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads

Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus

The Gannett Gallery in Kunsela Hall on the SUNY Poly Utica campus will host “Second Front: A Traveling Exhibit Series Exploring the Tragic Consequences of Combat Trauma that Manifests as Erratic and Impaired Driving on American Roads”. This powerful exhibit opens to the public on November 1st and runs until November 30th, with an opening reception on November 5th from 4:30PM - 6:30PM. SUNY Poly’s Cultural and Performing Arts Committee is sponsoring this exhibit in partnership with the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY Poly. LHMI is a collaborative effort between engineering and anthropologists.

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Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College

“Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature” Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time. Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer. Closed on Mondays and college holidays. FREE

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