Applications Now Open for Final Round of Funding
Do you earn income as an artist, musician, or sole proprietor?
CNY Arts is accepting applications for a final round of funding through the City of Syracuse Arts & Culture Recovery Fund. Priority for this grant will be given to individual artists, musicians, performers, teaching artists, folk artists, and sole proprietors who have suffered financial losses during the pandemic.
SUNY Oswego Now Accepting Applications for 2023 Spring Semester Artist-in-Residence Program
The Artist-in-Residence Program at SUNY Oswego brings an artist to campus for one academic semester (Spring 2023 semester) to produce a body of work, teach in the area of their specialty, and to conduct research.
Applications are due August 31, 2022 by midnight.
Syracuse Arts & Culture Recovery Fund
CNY Arts is administering the $1.25 million grant program, which is supported by the City of Syracuse’s American Rescue Plan Act funding. Read our update. Application are still being accepted for this program.
A Recap about CNY Arts Proposal for Arts and Entertainment Districts
Recapping our efforts to create FIVE unique arts and entertainment districts in Central New York. Cities involved were" Syracuse, Auburn, Cortland, Oswego, and Oneida.
Alliance Classical Players of Rome return to the Rome Art and Community Center’s pavilion this summer to present three outdoor chamber music concerts
“Summer Reflections” is the title of the 2022 Classical at the Center Music Series featuring Alliance Classical Players, and according to the group, the three-concert series features new selections and a few favorites from seasons past.
CRT NEXT PRESENTS REVIVAL OF “KISS ME, KATE” IN 50th ANNIVERSARY SEASON
Cortland Repertory Theatre proudly presents another “revival” for the third show in their 50th Anniversary season, the well-known backstage musical “Kiss Me, Kate”
Creatives Rebuild New York Announces Artist Employment Program Recipients
Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY) named its Artist Employment Program (AEP) recipients, 98 collaborations involving a dynamic group of 300 artists employed by community-based organizations, municipalities, and tribal governments across New York State including 4 in Central New York.