Current Exhibit

PLASTIC-FREE WATERWAYS THROUGH ART

September - October 2018

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Alan Gonzalez

Gallery Space

  Gallery at 199 Main Street in Beacon, NY

Gallery at 199 Main Street in Beacon, NY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Located in the dynamic West End district of Beacon’s Main Street, this historic brick storefront houses the Institute’s gallery and its administrative headquarters. The gallery showcases river and environmentally themed art and educational exhibits.

Artist/exhibit inquiries should be sent to beaconoffice@clarkson.edu.

Past Exhibits

Click Past Exhibits to see the history of talented artists who have shared their visual perspective on water-related subjects at our gallery.

Water and air, the two essential fluids on which all life depends, have become global garbage cans.
— Jacques Cousteau

Works of art created by New York State college and university students who participated in the “Plastic-Free Waterways Through Art” contest held by Syracuse University’s Environmental Finance Center (SU-EFC), with funding from NYS Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I).

The goal of the contest and resulting art works is to raise awareness about water pollution caused by single-use plastics and to inspire the use of reusable alternatives.

On generous loan from our friends at SU-EFC.