Charli sang along with a backtrack, and she brought energy to the otherwise empty stage, dancing along to her upbeat tunes to deliver a performance just as fun as she is.
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.
Review: Syracuse Stage presents the touching play that manages to pack humor, pathos, and even mystery into the story of an ex-couple beaten down by circumstance.
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.
The 23-year-old UK singer-songwriter conveyed important messages of empowerment in her Zoom chat with the Women’s Empowerment Project.
Detroit-based contemporary artist’s new-age approach to art is a perfect fit for SU’s revamped art collection initiatives.
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.
Lee Isaac Chung’s semi-autobiographical film, “Minari,” tells a story about love and humanity in the face of failure, painting an authentic picture of immigrant life in America.
Popstar Charli XCX will perform for SU and SUNY-ESF students, faculty and staff as a part of University Union’s STEMS series.