CNY Arts Now Accepting Applications Now For Senator John W. Mannion & Senator Rachel May Young Artist Scholarship
Thanks to the support of Senators John Mannion and Rachel May, students in the 50th and 53rd Senate Districts are now able to apply for scholarships to continue their artistic and culturally related goals, respectively. The program was previously funded by Former Senator John A. DeFrancisco.
Oswego Couple Pen Debut Novel Set to be Released in July
Paperworks 2022 International Juried Competition
BJ Spoke Gallery in Huntington, NY is calling for entries for the Paperworks 2022 International Juried Competition
Syracuse Poster Project Unveiling of 2021 Poster Series @ City Hall Commons
The event brings together poets and artists from the community to create a series of poetry posters for the city’s poster panels.
Large Sculpture on 1,500-Mile Tour to Oklahoma Makes Special Appearance April 21 at PrattMWP
The public is welcome to visit the campus to see this unique installation in Palmer Park.
Make Music Day Syracuse is Looking for Musicians to Join this Worldwide Celebration
Calling all musicians of all ages, levels, and backgrounds to participate in this city-wide event as part of the global event taking place in more than 1,000 cities in 120 countries.
CNY Arts Receives Stand for the Arts Award from Spectrum Partners and Ovation TV
CNY Arts is being recognized for creating the COVID-19 Arts Impact Fund as the pandemic closures caused hundreds of artists and arts organizations in the region
Syracuse Common Council Approves Mayor Walsh's $2.1 Million Pandemic Relief Package
The new Arts and Culture Recovery Fund will be created and managed by CNY Arts to assist arts disciplines across the City of Syracuse
Returning and New Hires at CNY Arts
Welcoming new hires and interns to the staff at CNY Arts...
Syracuse University Department of Drama presents ‘Sender’
The Syracuse University Department of Drama presents the authentically compassionate story of “Sender,” written by Ike Holter.