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ArtRage Gallery - ArtRage Gallery 2017-07-13 18:09

Thanks to everyone who helped us make the ArtRageous Extravaganza a big success. A great way to end our 2016-17 exhibition season. We're hosting a few community events this summer and the gallery will reopen with our regular hours on September 9th with the exhibition "Seen and Heard&qu...

Crossing Boundaries In An Artistic Manner

Check out this week's issue of the Syracuse New Times to read more about our current exhibition, "Carving Through Borders." You have until July 7th to see these impressive prints in person at ArtRage Gallery!
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Gun of the Day - NRA Museums 2017-07-23 13:00

GUN OF THE DAY - McGivern S&W K-38 Revolver While demonstrating his expertise at state fairs across the West, Ed McGivern would also display his tools of the trade - his custom handguns that he used in exhibition shooting. This K-38 Smith & Wesson has a custom front sight that presents a gold bead top to the blade and also custom carved grips woth McGivern's name prominently shown. Caliber: .38 S&W Special Production Date: 1948 #NRAmuseums #GunOfTheDay #McGivern #history

American Museum of Natural History Photo 2017-07-23 01:13

The staff members of the Division of Invertebrate Zoology at the Museum actively study and archive a massive collection of non-vertebrate animals. Amazingly, invertebrates make up 95% of all animal species on Earth. The Division houses more than 24 million specimens, which comprises about 500,000 species. Most of these specimens are terrestrial arthropods---which include insects and arachnids---like the ones shown here. Research centers around field exploration, the collections, and laboratory studies using morphology and DNA sequences to examine the evolutionary relationships of these remarkable creatures. Learn more:

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Photo 2017-07-22 21:14

Happy birthday to American sculptor Alexander Calder born today in 1898. Known for his mobiles, Calder embraced the meanings implied by the French term, both referring to a motive and something movable, even quick and unstable, and used it for his works where elements moved by currents of air. Enjoy "Red Lily Pads" from our collection and currently on view in Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim," on view through September 6. Learn more: Photo: David Heald © 2017 Calder Foundation, New York/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York