TAG @ Oswego State Downtown
Art exhibitions at Oswego State Downtown most often showcase innovative artwork produced by SUNY Oswego students and local and regional artists.
Oswego State Downtown joins the communities the City of Oswego and Oswego State! In addition to gallery viewing, you can browse the best selling Oswego apparel and merchandise. Tickets are available for purchase for on-campus events such as Lakers Athletics, Student Association Programming Board (SAPB), and Waterman Theatre.
“Inspired by Data is series of compositions that illustrate through interactive 2D pieces, personal esoteric experiences as well as explore possible outcomes suggested by the use of data. Quantified and qualitative experiences are sought after and interactive actions are expected by our audiences and users. Collecting and using data is a part of our daily routines. Everyday ...
The focus of this exhibit is on landscape – specifically on relationships between land, sky and water. I am intrigued by the drama of light and moisture mingling in the air creating those silvery spaces where land, sky and water connect, resulting in portrayal of atmosphere rather than of a specific scene. The unique ...
In this exhibition, Jackie Adamo explores her love of fiber, handwork, knitting, crocheting and found materials. She is a painter, who uses painterly techniques to create her mixed media compositions. She combines industrial materials including rope, twine, and wire with varieties of textured cloth, paper and natural materials like bone and wood. Many of the ...
"All Those Little Squishy Things" Illustrated by Elizabeth Hunt
This exhibition highlights web design projects from advanced students in Art 417 Web Media II and Art 517 Graduate Web Design. Each project implements a responsive design solution that enables the website to work across a wide range of devices, browsers and screen sizes.
“Transitions” will feature pieces created by students who have recently transferred into SUNY Oswego’s art disciplines in a variety of media, conveying themes from traditional to more experimental. Artists include students Emily Floyd, Cassandra Kaiser, Amanda Perri, Joel Schlauer, Daniel Seldes and Jason Yard.
Artists and designers use various elements to create compositions of diverse subject matter. For this project in foundation design, students created mixed media drawings that experimented with line, shape, value, color, texture, and scale. A primary focus was on creating the illusion of 3D forms and the development of space.