The Syracuse Arts and Crafts Festival, a three-day event at Columbus Circle that runs July 25-27, showcases artists and entertainers from 25 states and Canada.
ArtsWeek, an annual weeklong festival celebrating artists and art lovers both, will transform the streets of downtown Syracuse from Saturday, July 19, to Sunday, July 27. Festivities are scheduled to take place in Armory Square, Columbus Circle, Hanover Square and Clinton Square.
A Retrospective of Art From an Urban Approach
Jaleel Campbell is a sophomore at Cazenovia College studying graphic design. While at home in Syracuse for the summer, he works at the Dewitt Wegman's in the pharmacy department. He is also a Wegman's scholarship recipient, which helps him cover tuition costs and expenses.
Carl Mellor explores both sides of the easel during the Open Figure Drawing Group
On June 11, just before 7 p.m., 14 people gathered in an upstairs room at the Westcott Community Center. They set up easels, placed pencils, crayons and other instruments within easy reach and waited for the opening of yet another figure drawing session.
REnewal, the exhibit at Gandee Gallery.
Artists have long incorporated techniques such as recycling and reclaiming into their work. That includes reusing discarded objects and materials, and the very process of collage.
(VIDEO) Progress in the heart of Downtown Syracuse
Jason Evans, an architect at Ashley McGraw Architects and the man behind the (re)Think Syracuse blog, recently spoke to the Syracuse New Times about a temporary art installation titled 'Flowscape' located in Perseverance Park in downtown Syracuse (South Salina Street between West Washington and Fayette Streets).
7,222 residents responded through the Engage CNY
Exciting cultural activity is one of the major draws for people deciding whether to move into a new community. Artistic activity encourages creativity and innovation that in turn drive entrepreneurial energy, resulting in new jobs and retaining talent. Arts corridors and heritage sites in cities and rural hamlets across Central New York attract residents and visitors, giving rise to bustling main streets and the hospitality and tourism industries.
Passages in Time at Edgewood Gallery
Edgewood Gallery’s new retrospective presents pieces by three artists who work in different media: sculpture, photography and jewelry. Passages in Time respects the divergence in media but also finds commonality to link the artists.
Max Ginsburg’s work showcased at the ArtRage Gallery
Max Ginsburg’s showcase at the ArtRage Gallery features work by an artist deeply interested in everyday people and in issues such as poverty and war. His oil paintings for The Realities of Our Times reflect a choice of vivid colors, an eye for detail and a talent for composition.
Visual Art, Music and Stage
Visual Art Fulton arts center holds Memorial Day salute
Carl Mellor profiles a trio of exhibits by community artists at the Everson Museum, as the venue attempts to regain its financial footing
During 2014 the Everson Museum of Art has experienced drastic change and transition. During late January, the museum’s board of directors cited fiscal constraints as they voted to cancel two traveling exhibits scheduled for 2014. In turn, the scrubbing of African American Art: Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights Era, and Beyond and Of Heaven and Earth: 500 Years of Italian Paintings from Glasgow Museums led to a revamped exhibition slate.