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.
Survey Drawing Winners
CNY Arts conducted Arts Impact Surveys and an Audience Survey in 2021. Eleven individuals and organizations that participated won prizes in a random drawing. Tickets were donated by Syracuse Stage and Symphoria.
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
NYS DANCEFORCE ANNOUNCES EXPANSION OF CHOREOGRAPHERS’ INITIATIVE
The New York State DanceForce, in partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), announces the expansion of its Choreographers’ Initiative program to three new regions: Central NY, Capital District/North Country, and Hudson Valley/Long Island.
Syracuse University Department of Drama announces the 2021/2022 season
The Syracuse University Department of Drama announced a return to in person, live performance for the 2021/2022 season beginning with the contemporary romantic comedy “In Love and Warcraft,” Nov. 12 – 20 in the Arthur Storch Theatre.