“Works from top local artists will be featured at the Holiday Fine Craft Show November 19-21 at May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society. The show is open on Friday, Nov. 19 from 3-7 p.m.; Saturday, Nov. 20 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Sunday, Nov. 21, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The show will feature jewelry, works in ceramics, woodcrafts, fiber arts and other items.”
For a listing of Artists that will be there and more info: http://www.mmuus.org/newsevents/holiday-fine-craft-show-nov.-19-21.html
This month’s TH3 is this Thursday, November 17!
What: Third Thursday, City wide Art Open
Where: 21 Venues in Syracuse, NY (For a list of the venues click here)
“The mission of Th3 is to promote the arts to the public through establishing a common monthly date and time when the public can visit, at no charge, participating Syracuse area venues whose primary focus is visual arts or culture and to promote sharing and cooperation among those visual arts and cultural venues. This ambitious project was initiated by the Everson Museum of Art and the Delavan Art Gallery. Th3 establishes Syracuse as a city for the arts in this initiative to reach out its local and regional communities. Venues may present special programming on Th3 evenings, including show openings and receptions.”
Here are some events happening during this TH3- Click on these below to access more information:
- Meet the Artist: Tom Huff (Art Rage Gallery)
- The Puppy Mill Film Screening (Community Folk Art Center)
- FASTER, MATRILINEAGE! KILL! KILL!
Join us this Thursday at Le Moyne College for an Arts Entrepreneurship Event.
Arts Entrepreneurship: Careers and Cultural Organizations
When? Thursday, Nov. 18, 4-5 PM,
Where? Curtin Special Events Room, in the Campus Center at Le Moyne College
Three Syracuse arts and cultural entrepreneurs will share their professional experiences and discuss the challenges of keeping arts organizations financially afloat:
1-Carol Charles, of the One Village Dance Centre and Community Folk Art Center.
2-Dik Cool, founder and director of the Syracuse Cultural Workers progressive arts publishing house.
3- Steven Kern, director of the Everson Museum.
Following the individual presentations, there will be a break-out session so that audience members can join one of the speakers in a smaller group discussion, followed by a final question-and-answer large group session. This is a valuable opportunity to learn more about the possibilities and challenges of working in the business of the arts.
The event is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the Center for Urban and Regional Applied Research, the Marion Ewing Kauffman Foundation, and the Economics Club. For more information, contact Caroline Tauxe at email@example.com
We hope to see you there!
Last night I wandered over to Little Italy in Syracuse to attend the opening reception of New Formula and Craft Chemistry’s one year celebration. The air was chilly, the people welcoming and the art, wonderfully fun. The pulling of a string, and popcorn shot out of a box. Little secret spaces were contained within the interactive installation piece. One in particular, housed a hand made out of popsicle sticks and was surrounded by lights, whose dewey glow within the box made it look like a night sky. Sadly, I showed up just after The David Wax Museum played a set, so I can’t really comment on the music portion but I heard it was a great performance. Overall, I think it was great event and I rather enjoyed it. Great space, great people. Happy Birthday C2!
Now, onto more photos! “Excuse me. Can I take your picture?”
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