Explore the downtown arts and culture scene in Syracuse with a free screening of the post-apocalyptic blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road!

 

Urban Video Project will present the movie outdoors as a massive projection onto the side of the Everson Museum of Art, a national architectural landmark. This is a spectacle not-to-be-missed!

 

The who’s who of local arts and cultural organizations will also be on hand with information about upcoming events, exhibitions and opportunities to get involved.

 

This event is FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

 

30+ local arts & culture organizations!
Food trucks!
Free popcorn and lemonade!

 

Audience members who are able to do so are advised to bring blankets or portable chairs. Limited seating will be available on a first come, first served basis. Street parking as well as pay parking lots are ample in the immediate vicinity.

 

Charter buses leave from and return to the Schine Student on the Syracuse University Campus Center every 15 minutes from 7–10:30 p.m. The museum can also be accessed via the Connective Corridor bus line.

 

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Sponsors
Urban Cinematheque is presented by UVP and Light Work in partnership with the Everson Museum of Art, Onondaga County Office of the County Executive, and the Connective Corridor, and generous support from:
Syracuse Cooperative Federal Credit Union
Central New York Community Foundation
Wegmans

 

With additional support from:
Syracuse New Times
Visual Technologies
The OnCenter
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Please note, this film is rated “R” and may contain material inappropriate for viewers under the age of 17.

 

In the event of inclement weather, the movie screening and all associated activities will be moved inside the Everson Museum of Art.

Urban Cinematheque 2015:
Mad Max: Fury Road

  • Dates:

    Friday, September 4, 2015
  • Times:

    7 - 10pm
    Fair opens: 7pm
    Movie starts: 8pm
  • Location:

    UVP Everson
    Everson Museum Plaza
    401 Harrison Street
    Syracuse, NY
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