The Syracuse University Art Galleries' collection is comprised of nearly 45,000 objects.
The Gallery of American Art contains notable paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture examining American cities and their inhabitants, and an adjacent space displays important examples of American sculpture and glass. Open-storage display holds more than 1500 objects illustrating different cultures and time periods in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas., and further collections of sculpture, glass and ceramics are near-by.
The SUArt Galleries are open only during the academic year.
The University maintains a satellite gallery in New York City: Palitz Gallery, 11 East 61st Street, New York, NY 10065 Phone: (212) 826-0320
Achievements of artists of excellence who have disabilities
6 of Whistler's Venice prints alongside the work of other late 19th-century American artists
Images present a rich diversity of styles, concepts, and materials
Works by MFA candidates from the College
Historic works juxtaposed with 20th-century examples investigate conflict, identity and art methodologies
Highlights a lesser-known aspect of Whistler’s career: his works on paper