Community Events

Category: Community Events

  1. In We Might As Well Be Underwater, by Gemma Cooper-Novack speakers search for and map the limits of what they can do when travelling and when being compelled to stand still. Hunt, by Jessica Cuello, revisits Moby Dick from the viewpoint of the whale and…

  2. Presented by the THEKCHEN CHOLING (USA) SYRACUSE: A Buddha Relic Temple located in Central New York. A presentation by renowned author, scholar, translator, and yogi, Lama Glenn Mullin Lama Glenn Mullin trained in Tibetan Buddhism in the Himalayas for over 15 years, and has published some…

  3.   The Gage Foundation – Girl Ambassadors for Human Rights presents “Bar Codes,” A theatrical piece and discussion about human trafficking.

  4. Concerned Central New Yorkers are invited to join the newly-forming Syracuse chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace. JVP is holding an open house at ArtRage. All those who want to anchor their work for peace and justice in a Jewish context are welcome to meet…

  5. When the Cold War ended, worry about nuclear weapons receded. Has the nuclear threat diminished?