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Faculty Exhibition To Open In Tyler Hall’s Re-Envisioned Art Gallery

OSWEGO — The re-envisioned Tyler Art Gallery in Tyler Hall at SUNY Oswego will host a free public reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 18, for the SUNY Oswego Art Faculty Exhibition.

An untitled piece by SUNY Oswego faculty member Christopher McEvoy, who has extensive experience teaching painting and other artistic media, will appear in the SUNY Oswego Art Faculty Exhibition, Sept. 6 to 25 in the modernized Tyler Art Gallery in Tyler Hall, reopening this semester after two years of extensive renovations and upgrades.
An untitled piece by SUNY Oswego faculty member Christopher McEvoy, who has extensive experience teaching painting and other artistic media, will appear in the SUNY Oswego Art Faculty Exhibition, Sept. 6 to 25 in the modernized Tyler Art Gallery in Tyler Hall, reopening this semester after two years of extensive renovations and upgrades.

With submissions open to all art department faculty members and professional staff, the display will run Nov. 11 to 22.

The artist-educators will have the opportunity to show their work in painting, drawing, photography, graphic design, sculpture, digital media and other media.

A gala public celebration in art, music, theater and communications of Tyler Hall’s two-year renovation, modernization and added features is scheduled for late October.

Hours for the new Tyler Art Gallery will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays.

The gallery will be open all but Mondays, school holidays and breaks.

Parking on campus requires a current permit.

For information on obtaining a day-use permit, visit oswego.edu/parking.