The Annual Gift Fair
was created to give NATUR-TYME’S loyal costumers an opportunity to shop
for special yet affordable holiday gifts for their family and friends.
Thea St. Omer was a valuable part of the Syracuse arts community. Originally from California, she was pursuing a filmmaking career in Syracuse - in addition to being a writer, teacher, artist, and independent shopkeeper. She brightened people's lives with her kindness and generosity.
Historic Columbus Circle will come alive with the 45th annual presentation of the AmeriCU Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival. Presented by the Downtown Committee of Syracuse, Inc. and AmeriCU Credit Union, the three-day festival is a showcase by some of the country’s most talented artists, craftspeople and entertainers.
Stage of Nations returns to Hanover Square July 24-25, during Syracuse Artsweek! Check out this year's dynamic lineup of music and dance. Authentic Native American crafts and foods are always on hand as well. Celebrate earth-friendly culture with the Haudenosaunee!
Lake Street Dive is an indie jazz and soul band founded in 2004 in Boston.
WHAT: A public call for an exhibit of artworks inspired by, depicting images of, or using objects & items from the American pastime, BASEBALL. Love the sport or not, baseball is ingrained in our shared cultural identity, we want to see what your visual mind can create using the subject...
Wynton Marsalis is an internationally acclaimed musician, composer, bandleader, educator and a leading advocate of American culture. He is the world’s first jazz artist to perform and compose across the full jazz spectrum from its New Orleans roots to bebop to modern jazz.
By popular demand, International duo guitarists Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb return to the Armory Square Candlelight Stage for a third year to open the 31st Annual run of the free concert Series.
“Stanley ‘Buckwheat’ Dural leads one of the best bands in America. A down-home and high-powered celebration, meaty and muscular with a fine-tuned sense of dynamics…propulsive rhythms, incendiary performances.” - The New York Times
Summer will be a bit more tuneful as Symphoria announces its free outdoor summer concerts. Folks are encouraged to bring seating and a picnic basket!