Friday, September 28, 2007

Party for Astria -- Delevan Center


Dear friends and fellow art lovers,

We will be hosting a party for Astria Suparak to celebrate the
tremendous outpouring of support the Syracuse arts community has
shown in recent weeks and to show our continuing support for Astria.
Today, Friday Sept. 28th, was Astria's last day. Although we may not
have been successful in changing the minds of Jeff Hoone and Syracuse
University, we did join together in an unprecedented manner to voice
that edgy contemporary art and the former Director of The Warehouse
Gallery are important to us. That deserves a celebration. Please
join us to honor what Astria Suparak has accomplished over her past
year in Syracuse and how we have all come together to support her on
this occasion.

WHAT: Party for Astria Suparak
WHERE: Delavan Art Gallery
WHEN: This Thursday, October 4 from 6-8 p.m.

See you there!

-Courtney Rile, Bill Delavan and Caroline Szozda of Delavan Art Gallery


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Syracuse has lost one its greatest assets. Astria Suparak, Inaugural Director of The Warehouse Gallery of Syracuse University, was removed from her position as of Sept. 30th, 2007, despite widespread support from community members, students, faculty, and the international art community. This decision was made unilaterally by Jeffrey Hoone, Executive Director of the Coalition of Museum and Art Centers (CMAC).

At the time of Suparak's dismissal, Hoone also canceled her forthcoming exhibitions, including "Keep It Slick: Infiltrating Capitalism with The Yes Men," due to open in November 2007.