Author: Rose Viviano

  1. Organized by the Justice for Palestine Committee of the Syracuse Peace Council. Through a clever mix of stop motion animation and interviews, The Wanted 18 recreates an astonishing true story: the Israeli army’s pursuit of 18 cows, whose independent milk production on a Palestinian collective…

  2. Onondaga Nation faithkeeper and dedicated environmentalist, Oren Lyons will speak about the climate crisis at ArtRage during our exhibition of Fire & Ice. Oren has been sounding the alarm for years. In a 2000 statement to the U.N. Peace Summit titled “The Ice is Melting”, Lyons…

  3. Directed by Max Opuls with Joan Fontaine and Louis Jourdan Set in 1900s Vienna, this applauded films begins when a dashing pianist, about to flee from a duel, receives a letter from a woman he cannot remember … but who may hold the key to…

  4. The ArtHouse opens the 2020 season with local Syracuse musician, Chris Cresswell on electric guitar and electronics and Boston based Byrne:Kozar Duo. Presented at ArtRage Gallery, our neighborhood partner, this concert is the first of many upcoming events. If you are able, there is a $10 donation at the door….

  5. Undertow of Memory There’s a space between what was and what’s next, where memory comforts and disheartens. The varied protagonists in these character-driven stories live in that undertow: the doctoral student stuck in the memory of a brief sexual experience; the woman recognizing her younger…