2020 Wrap Up and a Look Forward
CNY Arts' Executive Director, Stephen Butler reflects on 2020 and the impact of the pandemic across the arts and cultural sector. While challenges remain, "We can see a light—more than one actually—at the end of the tunnel! ...we have many reasons for hope!"
CNY Arts' Community Programs Go Virtual for 2020
Two of our popular community programs moved online this year for the first time because of the pandemic. A BIG thank you to the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation for their support for Dasher's Magical Gift and to all the artists that participated in our virtual OMOT exhibition featuring Art in the Time of COVID-19 and Art in Pursuit of Social Justice.
CNY Arts Board of Directors Announcement
It’s time to say a big thank you and farewell to several of the CNY Arts Board of Directors members who have served for six years and are ending their terms and welcome two new board members to CNY Arts.
Syracuse Stage announces changes to the 2020/2021 season
Syracuse Stage announced adjustments to the schedule for the remainder of the 2020/2021 season. These adjustments include replacing previously announced shows with new titles and come in direct response to the evolving situation concerning the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bring More Art and Creativity into Your Life
Want to bring more creativity, satisfaction, and happiness into your life? Add more art and creative curiosity to your upcoming days, weeks, and months for this new year.
Le Moyne College Arts Administration Program Announces the Second Annual IMPACT AWARDS
Request for Artwork
Thank You Letter to the Community
Because of the community’s support, over $200,000 in COVID Impact grants will have been awarded to 74 arts agencies and artists by the end of December! Much of this has already been distributed, making an immediate impact in the arts community.