About

THE WAREHOUSE GALLERY is an international contemporary art venue of SUArt Galleries at Syracuse University. The Warehouse Gallery has been a member of the Coalition of Museum and Art Centers (CMAC) and Th3: The Third Thursday-citywide arts event night since 2006.

Housed in a former furniture warehouse renovated by Gluckman Mayner Architects, it is located on the edge of downtown Syracuse's Armory Square. The Warehouse Gallery, on ground floor, encompassing 2,000 square feet, comprises of a main exhibit space with 21-foot high ceilings and The Vault (former vault of the building), a smaller exhibit space, adjacent to the main gallery and offices, suited for sound pieces (best acoustics in the space), and more intimate projects and projections, and the street-level Window Projects Gallery, viewable 24/7 via W. Fayette St.

The gallery opened to the public with its first exhibition in 2006 under the directorship of Jeffrey Hoone, Executive Director of the Coalition of Museums and Art Center (CMAC). In 2007 it was merged with SUArt Galleries and has since been directed by Domenic Iacono and David L. Prince.

The gallery's mission is to present exhibitions and programs by artists whose work engages the community in a dialogue regarding the role the arts can play in illuminating critical issues of our life and times.