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9:00 AM-4:00 PM Gallery Exhibition: Persistence of Vision: Works by Colleen Woolpert Onondaga Community College
5:30 PM The Connective Corridor A Concert in Celebration of "Pushing the Line: American Women Printmakers from the SU Art Collection" SU Art Galleries, featuring Eileen Strempel and Kathleen Roland-Silverstein, sopranos
6:00 PM-8:00 PM Opening: None of That/Nada de eso, works by Juan Cruz La Casita Cultural Center
6:30 PM The Connective Corridor Gallery Walk: Edward Root, Patron of Moderns Everson Museum of Art
6:30 PM Preview: Seussical the Musical Marcellus High School
6:45 PM No Time for Death Acme Mystery Company
7:00 PM New Voices from Selma ArtRage Gallery
7:00 PM The Connective Corridor Becoming Harriet Tubman Community Folk Art Center, featuring Natalie Daise
7:00 PM Little Shop of Horrors C.W. Baker High School
7:30 PM The Connective Corridor The Piano Guys: Live in Concert Landmark Theatre
7:30 PM The Connective Corridor Mass of Reconciliation (Jazz Mass) Malmgren Concert Series
7:30 PM 42nd Street Skaneateles High School Drama
7:30 PM The Connective Corridor Sizwe Banzi is Dead Syracuse Stage (Read a review!)

This week's events

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In the News

Call for Artists and Designers for Spring Salt Market
Sone Canoe Joins the DWC
Actors Wanted for OHA Events
Include Your Name on the CNY Arts Film Directory
Call for Wilson Art Gallery Proposals for 2015-2016 Season
Musical Master Class Series Launches Major Regional Talent Search
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Call for Artists and Designers for Spring Salt Market

It's time to apply to be a vendor at the springtime Salt Market! We're taking submissions now through March 15. Visit the website at for more information or an application.

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Sone Canoe Joins the DWC

The YMCA's Downtown Writers Center is delighted to announce that it is now the new publisher of acclaimed literary journal Stone Canoe.

Formerly published by Syracuse University's University College, Stone Canoe is a journal of work by artists and writers with ties to Upstate New York. The journal appears annually. While the latest volume (#9) was produced independently by founding editor Bob Colley, it is being sold by the DWC, and all future issues will be published by the YMCA. We are tremendously excited about this addition to our programming, and delighted to help ensure that Stone Canoe continues its tradition of presenting fine art and writing from our region.

The new issue of Stone Canoe is $18 (including shipping) and features nearly 275 pages of art, poetry, fiction, and essays. To order, send a check payable to "YMCA" to the YMCA's Downtown Writers Center, Attn: Stone Canoe, 340 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY 13202. Or call us at 315-474-6851 x328 to order by phone.

Learn more about Stone Canoe at

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Actors Wanted for OHA Events

Onondaga Historical Association is seeking experienced actors for paid roles in Ghostwalks (June and September/October) as well as other OHA presentations in 2015. Email your resume and photos to or call 315-428-1864 x317 for more information.

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Include Your Name on the CNY Arts Film Directory

If you have experience with any of the roles listed below, the Onondaga County Film Commission would love to hear from you. Register on the CNY Arts Directory so film companies know about the talent in our region. Make sure to choose "Film" as a category and tag your skills so that you're easy to find! If you're already on the Directory, you can always edit your profile with new categories or tags.

Film Maker
Assistant Director
Production Design
Camera Operator
Hair & Makeup
Costume & Wardrobe
Art Department
Set Design
Set Construction
Set Dressing
Special and Visual FX

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Call for Wilson Art Gallery Proposals for 2015-2016 Season

The Wilson Art Gallery of the Noreen Reale Falcone Library at Le Moyne College seeks proposals for exhibitions of visual art for the 2015-2016 academic year. The Gallery has openings for four exhibitions lasting three to four weeks each between October 2015 and March 2016.

The Wilson Art Gallery is dedicated to the enrichment of the cultural life of Le Moyne College, the local community, and Central New York, and to that end the Gallery Committee will select works based on merit and the need for varieties of media.

Proposals must be received by close of business, Mon., Mar. 30 for consideration. Decisions and the 2015-2016 gallery calendar will be announced by May 2.

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Musical Master Class Series Launches Major Regional Talent Search

Calling all instrumentalists, singers, songwriters, and composers! Starting in February, the Onondaga County Public Library (OCPL) will launch an innovative new outreach program called "OCPL MasterClass" with presenting partner CNY Jazz Central. Intended to identify, nurture and reward developing musical talent of all kinds in Central New York, OCPL MasterClass will offer all participants critical feedback by experts, concert performance opportunities, a marketing workshop, professional video recordings and prizes including free studio time.

The goal of the program is to "cultivate cultural capital" in all musical styles by identifying and nurturing artists who need to be recognized, gain confidence, and advance their education and careers. Said Larry Luttinger, designer of the series, "MasterClass is not a competition; there will be no mean judges! These classes are open to all 12 and older, at all levels of experience, in all conceivable styles, and they are free. Professionals, semi-pros, amateurs, and students are all welcome to perform in absolutely any style. Syracuse has produced some amazing performers who have achieved fame on the national scene. This program will give tomorrow's talent a boost to the next level."

Participants choose one of four classes that are offered on Saturdays throughout the spring, and those who have any questions may attend a pre-class information session. In each master class, performers will be given up to four minutes to perform in any style, and will receive immediate constructive public feedback from a panel of experts and a video card of their performance and feedback session for self-study. They are encouraged to stay in classes to observe their peers. Master teachers will be local professionals such as Todd Hobin, Joe Altier, Jacque Tara Washington, Jackie Warren-Moore, a classical music judge TBA, and others -- all successful career professionals and educators.

All participants will then perform again in a gala grand finale concert which is preceded by a one-hour workshop on the basics of developing an online artist portfolio. Their finale performances will be professionally video-recorded and given to them for future use in their online portfolios, and for use as audition material.

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