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714 Washington Street
Utica, NY, 13502
Vartan Poghosian

Tags: Fine Arts, Community Arts, Crystalline Pottery, Community Art Education, art studio rentals, Fine Art, Local Artists, Sculpture, Pottery, Kids pottery classes, Kids sculpting classes, Silk workshops, Figure Drawing, Healing Rhythms, drumming, Dreaming Circles

4 Elements Studio
We believe art and music education is the foundation for a strong community. At 4 Elements studio in Utica we provide an array of unique art workshops open to the community.

Contact us for more information about 4 Elements studio art classes and about our projects.
4 Elements Studio 714 Washington Street ● Utica, NY 13502
601 Tully Street
Syracuse, NY, 13204
Melissa Gardiner

Tags: Social Sculpture

601 Tully
601 Tully is an artist-driven project that houses an international gallery, an artist residency program, free art workshops, a monthly poetry series, and much more. All of our art education, and ecology programs are offered free to the public and grow out of a partnership between university, city, and neighborhood entities. The building is a living sculpture where artists, community members, and scholars engage in the coproduction of new culture.

The 601 design team, led by Prof. and Artist Marion Wilson, existed within a Syracuse University course called “Social Sculpture: 601 Design/Build.” The building was an abandoned residence that had become a neighborhood drug hub. The college class (students from the School of Architecture, Visual and Performing Arts, Education, Creative Writing, ESF, and Fowler HS) was responsible for re-zoning, re-designing, re-building, and eventually sustaining the program. 601 Tully opened to the public in June 2011.
601 Tully 601 Tully Street ● Syracuse, NY 13204

Tags: Screenwriter

Aaron Williams
Slaying phone sales dragons by day and racking up future best screenplay Oscars by night, Aaron Williams is your worst nightmare. He's your best friend. He is the fox in your henhouse, the face in your locket and the psychotic nanny that's rocking your baby's cradle. He's a crumpled sheet of perfumed contradiction that you just can't put down.

But foremost, he is the brave guide ferrying you across the putrid river of offal that flows unabashedly from Hollywood's scared and diseased excretory system.

Tell me my friend, when you are knee deep in blood and guts, staring down the icy barrel of the next steaming pile of Jerry Bruckheimer guano, who do you want blazing your trail? Patch Adams or Colonel Nathan Jessup? Exactly. Can you, indeed, handle the truth?

Tags: Painting, Music, Synesthetic Art

Abisay Puentes
Abisay Puentes, a Cuban artist making his paintings transcend the two-dimensional space by creating sound to his paintings. The format of that sound is a composed symphonic piece for each painting. This way people can hear his painting and see his music. His synesthetic art aims to captivate the senses of the public through his artistic symbolism.
Bob Greene

Category: Art

Tags: Interactive, Murder Mystery, Dinner Theatre

ACME Mystery Company
Based out of Syracuse, New York, ACME provides interactive comedies in a mystery format, usually in conjunction with a dinner. Our shows play on two levels: they are extremely funny and fun to watch but there also is a very real mystery which each audience member gets the chance to solve. At every seat is a program telling you where you are, when you are, and who you are. It also tells you about the characters you will be meeting. Additionally, each table is given a Clue and encouraged to exchange this information with other tables in an effort to put together the most comprehensive list so as to better solve the mystery.

We write all of our own material to ensure quality and have been entertaining audiences throughout the Northeast since 1997. We've given over 1000 performances in venues big and small from mansions to restaurants, hotels to local halls. We entertain at regular venues, semi-regular venues, annual events, and special occasions

Tags: Photography, filmmaking, Playwriting, Freelance Videography, Film Criticism, Directing

Adam Sweeney
Adam Sweeney is a local filmmaking based out of Oswego, NY.

Tags: indie pop, nashville

Adam Verone
Yankee Blood is an indie/pop band based out of Nashville, TN. Born in 2015 as a passion project between Kelly Ruth (singer-songwriter, bassist), James Karp (guitar, vocals), Adam Verone (drums) and Lizzy Herder (synths, vocals) these northern transplants found each other after moving south. They've come together to create a warm, vibrant indie-pop confection of catchy oldies-inspired melodies laced with lyrics of love both lost and found and marry it with eccentric guitar lines, dense vocal harmonies, swelling synth pads and drum patches. Currently set to release their debut EP in the fall 2015.
Ryan Wood

Category: Art

Tags: public art, Sculpture, Art Gallery, Art Park, Local Artists, Community Arts, Pop Up Art, Civic Engagement, civic art, Murals

Adapt CNY's Public Arts Task Force
The mission of Adapt CNY's Public Arts Task Force (PATF) is to cultivate a culture of public art in Syracuse. PATF serves as a catalyst for projects by identifying, initiating and integrating public art throughout the city of Syracuse. The PATF provides a medium for community members, artists and art enthusiasts to create public projects, beautify Syracuse and promote vibrant, desirable communities and partners with artists and organizations to provide the tools and resources needed to bring creative projects and events to life.
8211 State Rt 12
Barneveld, NY, 13304
Brian Herkel

Tags: Art Gallery, custom framing, Exhibitions, Local Artists, Artisan Gift Shop

Adirondack Art & Framing
Adirondack Art was established in 1997 by owner Brian Herkel. With a background in fine art, and experience in picture framing, he opened the frame shop and art gallery with an emphasis on regional nature and wildlife art. Originally located in Mapledale Plaza in Barneveld, NY for ten years, the shop was relocated to a larger, custom renovated space at 8211 State Route 12 in 2007. Our yellow lab Maggie joined the staff the same year and is the official greeter most days.

Custom picture framing remains the main focus of our business, producing work for individuals, artists, and commercial clients. We are proud to have been chosen to frame work for Munson Williams Proctor School of Art Gallery, Stanley Theater, View Art Center of Old Forge, the Oneida Indian Nation Education Center, Sculpture Space, the Adirondack League Club, and many other local businesses and organizations.

In addition to picture framing, Adirondack Art also offers a selection of local and regional prints and paintings, books, calendars, stationery items, and pottery and jewelry by local crafters.
Adirondack Art & Framing 8211 State Rt 12 ● Barneveld, NY 13304
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Advance Media New York
Michelle Bersani

Tags: Graphic Design

AIGA Upstate New York
AIGA, the professional association for design, is committed to advancing design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force.

Tags: AlanLCole, blues, guitar, jazz, rock, synthesizer

Alan Cole
Blues, Jazz, Rock and Electronic Guitar and Synthesizer Music.

Tags: Film, Entertainment, Movies, horror movies

Alex Aronson
My name is Alex Aronson. I am currently in post-production on my directorial debut feature film, "Sting." My short films have been playing all over the country at many different festivals (Texas, Georgia, Florida, and many more). We have been nominated for awards across the board, winning “Filmmaker to watch” award at Buffalo Screams Fest, and "Best Horror Film" at the International Short Film Festival Hollywood.

I was also a director and technical director at CMAC, shooting concerts for artists, such as Demi Lovato, Snoop Dogg, Tim McGraw and many others.

I have also been involved with many film productions, indie and large... most recently, the theatrical release of Universal Pictures “Best Man Holiday” and the remake "Return to Nuke 'Em High." I have also worked distribution in the European Film Market and Sundance film festival. Syracuse Newhouse student.

Tags: Music Production, Mixing, Visual Projection Art

Alex Caminiti
A music producer, guitarist, dj, visual projection artist, and the owner of Studio Zoot, Alex has been releasing music since 2003 and has a Master’s Degree in Recording Arts from CU Denver. As a producer, he specializes in creating what he calls a "live, but produced" sound. He spends his free time playing and producing music, creating visual projection art, teaching, reading and hiking.
Alexander Burrows
My name is Alex Burrows, I'm a recent college graduate with a BA in Media Production. I specialize in producing and writing for film, TV and electronic media. I've written full length screenplays, short films, video game scripts and produced a variety of projects from small theater shows to televised school sporting events. I've also shot and directed several short documentaries and local commercials in Buffalo, NY. I love everything about the medium and I'm very flexible, able to work in any genre from sci-fi, to romance, to horror.

Tags: Screenwriter

Alexander Wenner
CNY native finishing a degree at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications.
509 West Fayette Street Studio 249
Syracuse, NY, 13204
Kathy Miranda, M. AmSAT

Tags: breath awareness, performing artists education, mindfulness, pain management, creativity, alexander technique, mind body, kinesthetics, movement

Alexander Technique Syracuse
We offer educational opportunities for the artist to explore the nature of habit as it relates to mindfulness and balance in the practice of artistic endeavors. Private, semi-private and group classes are available. Lessons are individually tailored. Our interest lies is creating an environment to explore the connections between how we think and how we move. There are no right or wrong answers, only experiments.

How you move affects both the conceptual process and the performance of artistic practices, such as how one sits at the keyboard , how one coordinates eyes with hands, and how one whispers on stage. Learning the Alexander Technique can include:
* relearning basic movements such as sitting, standing, walking, bending, speaking and singing.
* enhancing awareness and unraveling excess tension while you lie on a bodywork table.
* refining activities you choose, such as, playing an instrument, golfing, working at a keyboard, text messaging, public speaking, dancing,
acting, or horseback riding.

Private lessons offer an exceptional experience in mind and body wholeness.
To learn first-hand, it is best to take private or semi-private lessons. Lessons are 45 minutes in length. For most of this time, the focus will be on
everyday movements, especially sitting and standing. During a lesson, students
will also participate in semi-supine table work by observing how directly their
thinking affects their entire neuromuscular experience.

The Alexander Technique of Syracuse studio is in the Delavan Center, 509 West Fayette St, Suite 249, Syracuse, New York.
Alexander Technique Syracuse 509 West Fayette Street ● Syracuse, NY 13204

Tags: improvised music

Alina Plourde
Alina Plourde is constantly inspired by the beauty of musicians connecting and improvising in the moment. She is a graduate of the Music for People program, and loves the combination of simplicity and depth in Music for People’s intuitive techniques that encourage people to explore the power of their own music. A professional oboist, Alina performs frequently with Symphoria. She has also played recently with Tri-Cities Opera, the Society for New Music, the Binghamton Symphony, and the Buffalo Philharmonic, and has commissioned and premiered several new chamber music works. She teaches oboe at Syracuse University and at Onondaga Community College, where she also teaches improvisation. Alina has a private studio of oboe students based in Dewitt, and teaches recorder at the Montessori School of Syracuse. Alina studied with Richard Killmer at the Eastman School of Music and with Nancy Ambrose King at the University of Illinois, where she received a doctorate degree in oboe performance. She has completed Level II Orff training, is a registered Music Together teacher, and is a graduate of the Music for People program. Alina is a founding member of the New Leaf Ensemble, an improvising chamber music group.
820 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY, 13210
Elizabeth Ingram

Tags: Drama, workshops

All Star C.A.S.T.
The All Star C.A.S.T. (Community Actor’s and Student’s theater) is a Drama program for young people in the community who have special needs, and Drama students, at S.U. and other universities, to come together to explore Theater exercises which go towards developing the show at the end of the semester.

The Mission of the group is to create a safe, non-judgmental acting group to encourage communication, sensitivity, confidence and respect, with the recognition that we all have a need, and the right, to have a creative voice.

For more information about All Star C.A.S.T., please email faculty advisor, Elizabeth Ingram at ejingram@syr.edu.
All Star C.A.S.T. 820 East Genesee Street ● Syracuse, NY 13210
219 Genesee St
Chittenango, NY, 13037
Marc Baum
All Things Oz Museum
The All Things Oz Museum is located in downtown Chittenango, NY; the birthplace of author L. Frank Baum who penned "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and 13 more Oz books as well as a host of other writings.

We have about 10,000 pieces in the collection, about 2,000 of which are on display at any time. We have pieces in the collection related to the MGM Film from 1939, the books, and subsequent works based in the OZ universe such as "The Wiz", "After the Wizard" and "Oz: The Great and Powerful".

Come see TWO 1939 MGM film Munchkin actor appearance costumes, the original Emerald City glasses from the 1975 Broadway production of 'The Wiz', original props and costumes from the movies "Ozland, and "After the Wizard", first and second edition Wizard of Oz books, and so much more!

The organization also owns the Baum-Neal House on the near west-side of Syracuse. We acquired the home in the second half of 2015. it is the house where "Wonderful Wizard Of Oz" Author L. Frank Baum met his bride-to-be, Maud Gage. Maud is widely credited with being the person who encouraged Frank to write down his stories.

Additionally, our 100% volunteer, non-profit group also runs the Oz-Stravaganza! festival each year.

We operate Facebook pages, a twitter account, and two websites- www.allthingsoz.org and www.oz-stravaganza.com
All Things Oz Museum 219 Genesee St ● Chittenango, NY 13037
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