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Welcome to the 2019 poster series. After years of working primarily with illustration students, we now engage independent artists from Central New York. The series consists of 18 posters--two more than normal--and includes a special contribution from artist Steven Peters of the advertising firm, Mower Inc. The large-format posters go on display in the kiosks of Salina and Warren streets, starting in May. Here one of our former interns, Bhushan Phapale, shows off a framed print from the 2012 series. The 2018 series marks our 18th anniversary. So lucky, still in our teens!

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Unconcerned about
all our comings and goings,
geese fly through the night
Peter Allen, poet
Aaron Lee, artist
Item #:2019SYR01

Syracuse front porch
Ladies young—older—oldest
Dianne Apter, poet
Kathleen O'Dell, artist
Item #:2019SYR02

Wind disrupts raked leaves
Once peaceful piles now swirling
whirling dervishly
Mary Jane BeVard, poet
Erin Nowak, artist
Item #:2019SYR03

gentle morning rain
morning's hopscotch washed away
girls dance in puddles
Laura Braaten, poet
Dani Pendergast, artist
Item #:2019SYR04

Hurled from their branches
Golden leaves swirl everywhere
Onondaga wind
Sherry Chayat, poet
Steven Peters, artist
Item #:2019SYR05

Dozing in warm hay
beneath summer's golden sun
a new—born goat dreams.
Aubrey Joy Cooper, poet
Cayetano Valenzuela, artist
Item #:2019SYR06

Biking the green path
Moving fast on Genesee
Watching the sights—Woosh!
Debra DeSocio, poet
Ann Lathrop, artist
Item #:2019SYR07

Canada geese stay,
Robins and goldfinches rest—
Climate migrates north
David Harper, poet
Eva Hunter, artist
Item #:2019SYR08

Travel the wide bank,
Follow Old Sal's towpath steps;
Eighth worldly wonder
Shari Hemsley, poet
Alexandra Grant, artist
Item #:2019SYR09

Vineyards awaken
Apple trees blossom anew.
Springtime in Upstate.
Perri Elizabeth Hogan, poet
Daniel Shanahan, artist
Item #:2019SYR10

The lights start to dim
The orchestra starts to play
It's Syracuse Stage
Kyle Johnson, poet
Hall Groat Sr., artist
Item #:2019SYR11

Round Lake's cloud and tree
reflections rippled by the
dragonfly's sweet kiss.
Diane Lansing, poet
Jill Pierce Long, artist
Item #:2019SYR12

Flying on moonlight
above Onondaga's waves
Eagle’s wings dancing
Michele Madonna, poet
Alyssa Dearborn, artist
Item #:2019SYR13

Armies of snowplows
invade snowbound neighborhoods
winter prison break
Elizabeth Patton, poet
William Padgett, artist
Item #:2019SYR14

March; spring equinox.
Daffodils, like many suns,
peek through clouds of snow.
Carolyn Senft, poet
Jamie Santos, artist
Item #:2019SYR15

Snow melts to lilies
Of the sweet valley, reborn
In sensuous spring
Marilyn Shelton, poet
Marianne Smith Dalton, artist
Item #:2019SYR16

Echoes of legends
murmurs of up—and—comers
drift over concrete
Erin Stepowany, poet
Jamie Ashlaw, artist
Item #:2019SYR17

Concrete in the sky!
A road can carve a city,
not conquer its soul.
Jim & Bobbi Yonai, poet
R. Paul Lilly, artist
Item #:2019SYR18

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