Everson Museum Of Art, Syracuse

Everson Museum Of Art, Syracuse - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 401 Harrison St, Syracuse, NY 13202, United States

Phone: +1-3154746064

Ticket Price: 8 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details

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About Everson Museum Of Art, Syracuse

Been in the country since 1897, the Everson Museum of art was the first of its kind to aim solely on collecting American art. The museum now houses around 11000 such masterpieces that range from paintings, sculptures and drawings to videos and graphics. The museum also boasts to have the largest ceramic collection in the whole of USA. Everson also is known for having one of the first video art collections in the country. This is a must-visit for art lovers.

Everson Museum Of Art Ticket Prices

  • Given price is for a single adult.
  • Seniors (65+): 6 USD
  • Children (12 and under): Free
  • Pay-What-You-Wish Admission: Every Wednesday
  • Free Admission: Every Third Thursday from 05:00 PM – 08:00 PM, includes a free docent tour at 06:00 PM.
  • Free Family Days and Community Days offered several Saturdays per year. Kindly refer to the official website for the excat dates.

How To reach Everson Museum Of Art by Public Transport

  • Greyhound Transit Line

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  • We had such a lovely visit! Every time we visit my family we stop by to take in the fantastic architecture and wonderful art. If not for the oddly trailing second floor security guy - don't remember being trailed conspicuously and creepily last time we visited - everything was great. Even my toddler really got caught up in the ethereal, surreal qualities of the architecture and space.

  • I love the Everson. From it's architecture to its amazing exhibits it's got the class of an upscale art gallery in NYC. They also host these fantastic movie night's outside every couple weeks in the summer that have great picture quality and sound. They put them on with Urban Cinematheque and lightwork. They are a real treat and are my partner and my favorite date night!

  • Great art but was very unsatisfied at being the only one followed through the entire museum. If the security guards in red shirts didn't follow you through the entire museum probably would have enjoyed it more. Will not be returning for a while.

  • 1971年9月ジョン・レノンとオノ・ヨーコは新しい活動の場を求めてロンドンからニューヨークに移り住んだ。 アルバム『イマジン』("Imagine")の発表直前のことだった。 1971年10月にニューヨークのエバーソン美術館でオノの芸術活動を集大成した個展『ジス・イズ・ノット・ヒアー』("This Is Not Here")を行なった。 In 1972, Lennon and Ono released an 81-minute film to accompany the Imagine album which featured footage of the couple in their home, garden and the recording studio of their Berkshire property at Tittenhurst Park as well as in New York City. A full-length documentary rock video, the film's first scene features a shot of Lennon and Ono walking through a thick fog, arriving at their house as the song "Imagine" begins. Above the front door to their house is a sign that reads: "This Is Not Here", the title of Ono's then New York art show. The next scene shows Lennon sitting at a white grand piano in a dimly lit, all-white room. Ono gradually walks around opening curtains that allow in light, making the room brighter with the song's progression. At the song's conclusion, Ono sits beside Lennon at the piano, and they share a quaint gaze, then a brief kiss.

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  • They have been getting some nice exhibits lately.

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