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Programs and events leading up to the solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.

Eclipse 2024 viewing locations on campus will be Hawkins Pond and the Plattsburgh State Field House. View campus directions and maps

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Totality Conference: Call for Proposals

Be More Than a Spectator: Join in Creating the Path to Totality

  • Submissions Due: Monday, March 4, 2024 — Submission Form
  • Conference Date: Friday, April 5, 2024

The Totality Conference is a mini-conference modeled on the successful template created for Black Solidarity Day. Held on on April 5, the Friday prior to the Total Solar Eclipse, the conference gives us an opportunity to contemplate the meaning of the experience from as many perspectives as possible — scientific, social, cultural, aesthetic, historical and spiritual. We invite students, faculty, staff and community members to contribute a session that speaks directly to one or more of these perspectives on this once-in-a-lifetime celestial event.

Already submitted? Thank you!  We ask that you update your time preferences using this form: Submit/update proposals by March 4, 2024.

Call for Art: Darkness & Light

A Two-Part Exhibition Celebrating the Eclipse

Darkness & Light is a community art exhibition open to everyone. Each artist is welcome to submit up to three pieces. Pieces for the darkness theme will be exhibited at the Strand Center for the Arts and pieces for the light theme will be exhibited at SUNY Plattsburgh.

  • Submissions Due: March 1, 2024
  • Show Dates: April 5–27, 2024

For more information and to submit online, please visit the Strand Center for the Arts.


Solar Eclipse, Path to Totality Mini-Exhibit

Celebrating the Path to Totality with Rockwell Kent

The Plattsburgh State Art Museum and its staff are anxiously awaiting this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to behold the total eclipse that will occur in Plattsburgh on April 8, 2024. In anticipation of this momentous event, we explored our collections for celestial representations to mark the occasion. While we did not have artworks that address this specific astrological event, we did discover a powerful selection of Rockwell Kent works that address the celestial realm.

  • Date & Time: Ongoing through the spring semester
  • Location: Outside of the Burke Gallery, Second Floor, Myers Fine Arts Building

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