Events

Category: Events

  1. Sofía Luz Pérez is a Mexican American artist born in Austin, Texas in 1989, and raised in central New York.  Her exhibition, “My Shadow is My Teacher” is on view at ArtRage until May 18, 2024. Sofía’s work deals with the experiences she’s had with…

  2. The Armory Square Playwrights invites you to script-in-hand performances of the winning scripts of their 10 minute play contest. The Plays:Goodnight, Mom by Josh GadelEmotions run high between siblings after the tragic loss of their mother. Awaiting the Reaper by Francis DiClementeA bittersweet moment in…

  3. A special screening of Water is Love: Ripples of Regeneration, a new documentary that Syracuse activist Emily Bishop has been working on for the past six years. She will be screening the 12 minute animation and the 1 hour film and leading short connecting exercises…

  4. Inked is an exhibition of new works by twelve graduate students & advanced students from the Print Media & Graphic Art program, in the School of Art at Syracuse University. The work will be on view to the public, free of charge, for one time…

  5. Justice For Palestine, a committee of the Syracuse Peace Council, presents a screening and discussion of the 2016 film “THE OCCUPATION OF THE AMERICAN MIND: ISRAEL’S PUBLIC RELATIONS WAR IN THE UNITED STATES.” ABOUT THE FILMPolling shows strong global opposition to Israel’s illegal 50-year occupation…