Creatives Rebuild New York Launches Programs to Support 2,700 Artists Across New York State
Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY) launched two funding opportunities aimed at providing transformational support for individual artists across New York State. The $125 million initiative provides either guaranteed income or employment opportunities to artists.
Building Community in a Time of Crisis
La Casita Cultural Center in Syracuse, NY, will host an open dialogue about the challenges faced during and after pandemic-related shutdowns, and new strategies for rebuilding our communities.
10 Things You May Not Know About Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born 266 years ago today. As a New York Times article wrote “For Mozart is our foundation stone, our icon, and our pedigree. Celebrating him means celebrating ourselves.”
So in celebration of Mozart’s birthday, here’s a list of some interesting things about this infamous “child prodigy” that you may not know about him.
Syracuse Stage to receive $20,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
Syracuse Stage has been approved for a $20,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support “The Most Beautiful Home…Maybe,” a timely new immersive performance led by Mark-N-Sparks (Los Angeles based artists and activists ashley sparks and Mark Valdez).
Call for Art Research Participants
The SU National Veterans Resource Center Gallery invites people 18 and older who have not served in the military to participate in a research study that explores the impact of making and viewing art on perceptions of military service and the veteran experience.
Ovation TV Partners with Charter Communications for 5th year of Stand for the Arts Awards
Ovation TV, America’s only arts network, and partner Charter Communications, Inc., has announced the recipients of a 2021-2022 Stand for the Arts Awards, which recognizes local arts, cultural and educational organizations and programs. CNY Arts is one of the organizations receiving this award.
Syracuse Stage celebrates the holidays with ‘Matilda The Musical’
Syracuse Stage welcomes families for the holiday musical “Matilda The Musical.” Children under 12 will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or negative test to enter the theatre