SU Art Galleries Exhibit


A focused exhibition, featuring some key eighteenth-century works on paper and paintings from the permanent collection of the SU Art Galleries, will be on view from Wednesday, September 24 to Sunday, September 28. For more information about the Galleries, including directions, see During the conference the SU Art Galleries are open from 11AM-4:30 PM, with extended hours until 8 PM on Thursday, September 25.  Additionally, there will be a cocktail reception at the Galleries for conference participants on Friday, September 26 from 6-7:30 PM.

Other Events


Located near the Finger Lakes region of Central New York, Syracuse is known for its exceptional fall foliage and historic architecture. For those seeking social or cultural events beyond those included in the registration, and the optional, free tour of the historic Oakwood Cemetery, we suggest a visit to the villages of Cazenovia or Skaneateles.

Commemoration, Memory, Posterity

September 25-27
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With Thanks

The organizers convey their appreciation to the following people for their assistance:

William LaMoy, Librarian, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University

David Prince, Associate Director and Curator of Collections, SU Art Galleries, Syracuse University

• Beth Wagner, Budget Analyst in Dept. of Languages, Literature and Linguistics, Syracuse University

Lauri Francis, Web Production Specialist II, College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University

Image Credits

The conference would not be possible without the help of our staff and volunteers.