SAVE THE DATE: AUGUST 1, 7 - 8:30pm WENDY HARRIS VIRTUAL STUDIO SHOW & SALE. URL will be provided that date & on WendyHarrisFineArt.com. You MUST go to the artist's website and add your email to the link at the bottom of the landing page or stealthy spam blockers will prevent it. Additional sales opportunities: he Shoppes at Johnny Appleseed, 3402 Old State Rd, Erieville, NY 13061 Wednesday through Sunday : Facebook.com/johnnyshoppes. With masks! and Delavan Center Studio Gallery open by appointment with masks & distance. Short notice often can work: 315-727-6577
Jubilee Homes 33rd Anniversary Fundraiser. For the week of 8/2-8/8, Salt City Market will be taking a break from our regularly scheduled Curbside Test Kitchen to support the Jubilee Homes of Syracuse, Inc.’s 33rd Anniversary Fundraiser! This event will honor the late Kristina Kirby, Fiscal Manager/Urban Delights Manager for Jubilee Homes. Wednesday, August 5 featuring SOULutions, Miss Prissy’s, Erma’s Island, and Cake Bar—pickup and delivery 3-6 PM at 112 Bellevue Avenue. Tickets are on sale until tomorrow (7/29), so get yours now!
Submit images to The Stand’s Annual Photo Contest before the deadline is up on July 31st! This summer's event will be different. We won’t gather in person due to the pandemic, but photographers can still document our city in photos. Open citywide – to continue to capture Syracuse neighborhoods in photos, especially during this unique moment in time. Participants may enter up to two photos in each of our five categories (a maximum of 10 photos per person) and a panel of local judges will pick top winners — plus there will be prizes. Final images will be shared with the community online, featured in The Stand’s September print issue and even exhibited downtown — projected onto the Everson Museum of Art thanks to a partnership with the Urban Video Project (UVP)
Contest Categories Include:
• #CuseSummer2020 -- A shot that best captures this new normal — new now — for the city of Syracuse.
• #CuseCOVIDchildhood -- A shot showing our city's youth -- from coping with our current crisis to enjoying childhood innocence.
• #CuseSocialDistancing -- A shot displaying creative ways the city and its residents continue on safely.
• #CuseMinorityImpact -- Studies show this virus impacts Blacks and minorities disproportionately, how can this reality be visualized?
• #CuseBLM -- Nationwide racism is being called out. How is Syracuse pushing for progress?
Edgewood Gallery exhibit, HORSES AND HORIZONS, a collaboration between Jim Ridlon and Alyson Markell with ceramic work by Leslie Green Guilbault and Susan Machamer's jewelry. The show runs through August 7th. Tues-Fri 9:30am-6pm and Sat 10am-2pm. Due to social restrictions there will be no opening reception. Please wear your masks, if the gallery has people in it, wait in your car to respect social distancing. Masks , gloves, disinfectant are available in the gallery. Custom picture framing at Edgewood has resumed. 216 Tecumseh Rd., Syracuse, NY 13224. http://edgewoodartandframe.
The EVERSON Museum is re-opening! August 1st for members & Augusat 2nd for everyone! UPDATED MUSEUM HOURS: THURSDAY: NOON - 8PM, FRIDAY - SUNDAY: NOON - 5PM, Hours for Members and high-risk individuals: Friday and Saturday: 10:00am – Noon For more info visit https://www.everson.org/
Saturday, 11:30-2pm - Major Rally - Does Black Life Matter? Syracuse City Hall (233 E. Washington St.) Share the Facebook event page (created by the Black Leadership Coalition)
On the Black Lives Matter facebook page is the complete list of demands that the Peoples Agenda for Policing put before the Mayor, his administration, and the Superintendant of SCSD schools. SATURDAY AUGUST 1, 2020 at 11:30am in front of City Hall (we are starting right at noon) If Black Lives Matter to you, be there to show your support and bring everyone with you!
TOMORROW. Wednesday, July 29, from 5-7pmVirtual Teach-In on Police-Free Schools. Share the Facebook event page
Join Youth Cuse BLM, Raha Syracuse, The People’s Agenda for Policing collective and the youth of Syracuse in demanding the removal of Security Resource Officers (SROs) from our schools. Panelists Yusuf Abdul Qadir, Jessica Elliot, Sarhia Rahim, Afiya Rahman, Amina Salahou, and Nikeeta Slade will discuss the demand to cancel the SRO contract with the Syracuse City School District and reallocation of funds to culturally competent mental health counselors, community intervention workers, and a curriculum that reflects Black, indigenous, and people of color histories and stories. This will be on zoom and facebook live; zoom link to be announced later on the event page.
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