COVID Created New Opportunities, Lasting Change in Arts & Culture
Whether instigated by Covid-19, the shifting priorities of funders or their own recognition of the need to address inequities, arts leaders are listening to their communities. Many recognize that it’s no longer enough for arts organizations to be good — they must also do good.
Syracuse Stage accepting children’s digital video auditions for ‘Matilda The Musical’
Syracuse Stage, in partnership with the Syracuse University Department of Drama, will present “Matilda The Musical” as its holiday musical for the 2021/2022 season. Video audition submissions for young artists, ages 8 – 13, who sing and dance are now being accepted.
FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT LE MOYNE COLLEGE FOR ARTS ADMINISTRATION
Fellowship & assistantship opportunities are available at Le Moyne College in their Graduate Arts Administration Program for the 2021-22 academic year. These opportunities are available to new students who have been accepted into the program before July 15.
Black Artist Collective Celebrates Juneteenth at Inner Harbor this Weekend
In celebration of Juneteenth, The Black Artist Collective (BAC) will host a On The Reel Film Fest' and Pop-Up Market Saturday, June 19th, from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm at the Syracuse Inner Harbor. The one-day event will include an outdoor screening of The Wiz, a performance by KJ and Lolo, food trucks, over 20 local Black-owned business vendors, and a family arts activity tent. This event is FREE and OPEN to the community.
Syracuse Stage resumes live performance this fall for 2021/2022 season
Starting in October, Syracuse Stage will present a six show subscription season and offer a full schedule of educational, family and community related programming, including the continuation of the Cold Read Festival of New Plays.