Arts & Culture
Associate Professor and Director of the Setnor School of Music Milton Rubén Laufer interviews actress, dancer and singer Rita Moreno at a Coming Back Together lecture featuring Moreno on Thursday, September 9, 2021 in Syracuse University’s Goldstein Auditorium. Coming Back Together (CBT) started in 1983 as a way to bring Black and Latino/a SU alumni together every three years to celebrate achievements and stay connected with the University. The theme of this year’s reunion is “Celebrating 151 Years of Black and Latino/a Excellence at SU”.
Arts & Culture
Published: September 10, 2021

The award-winning film and TV star discusses her long and storied career at SU’s Coming Back Together weekend.

Rob Niederhoff of UpCycling4aCause uses old bike parts to create a variety of new products.
Arts & Culture
Published: September 9, 2021

Local Syracuse artists talk about the importance of incorporating sustainability into their work.

Syracuse University student artist Bailee Roberts has used this past year to push her creative boundaries.
Arts & Culture
Published: June 7, 2021

SU sophomore Bailee Roberts aims to capture the human experience through her personal paintings.

Allison Janae Hamilton addresses social and political issues like climate change and sustainability in her artwork.
Arts & Culture
Published: April 21, 2021

Visual artist shared how she brought a little piece of home into every work of art she creates.

Carrie Mae Weems' original series titled "Who What When Where" photos of a typewirighter, a book, a clock, and a globe.
Arts & Culture
Published: April 12, 2021

Through works from women, BIPOC and other underrepresented artists, Everson opened a provocative and meaningful exhibition that seeks to be a healing experience for those with differing backgrounds.

Illustrator Lisk Feng
Arts & Culture
Published: April 2, 2021

The award-winning illustrator has worked on projects for companies such as Airbnb and Apple and publications such as The New Yorker.

Art pieces is display cases in a gallery
Arts & Culture
Published: March 18, 2021

The two-day virtual event aims to explore the role of the museum in the face of economic fallout and a national call for racial justice.

Jackson Pollock's "Red Composition"
Arts & Culture
Published: March 16, 2021

Deaccession has become the buzzword of 2020 thanks to the Everson Museum’s deaccession of a Jackson Pollock work in order to purchase works from underrepresented groups.

Artist Lauren Kalman's "But if the Crime is Beautiful… Hoods" is a project in reaction to architect Adolf Loos’ 1910 lecture "Ornament and Crime," where he proposes that ornament is regressive and that, in (his) contemporary society, only criminals and degenerates are decorated (this includes women).
Arts & Culture
Published: March 13, 2021

Detroit-based contemporary artist’s new-age approach to art is a perfect fit for SU’s revamped art collection initiatives.

"Black Warrior Mask" by Allison Janae Hamilton -- A recent accession by SU Art in efforts to diversify its collection.
Arts & Culture
Published: March 10, 2021

SU Art Museum winter exhibition sees contemporary and historic portraits sharing the limelight in an effort to reinvigorate the museum and tackle issues of racism, classism, xenophobia and more.