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Johnson Lecture to Explore 'Chicago and Black Arts Movement' March 20

Mar 18, 2019
Thabiti Lewis, an English professor at Washington State University in Vancouver, will present the fourth annual John L. Johnson Lecture.

Haitian Author, Artist Frankétienne to Visit Campus March 25-26

Mar 14, 2019
"The father of Haitian letters" will headline multiple lectures, readings and booksignings, as well as a film screening and an art exhibition.

Poet Terrance Hayes to Headline Carver Series March 20

Mar 12, 2019
Hayes is the author of “American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin” (Penguin Random House, 2018), a finalist for both the National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry.

Syracuse Symposium 'Stories' Bring CNY History Alive

Mar 4, 2019
Series continues its yearlong look at storytelling with a trio of March events.

Marcus Anderson Events Moved to CFAC, 6-8:30 p.m.

Feb 25, 2019
A visit by Prince's longtime saxophonist has been moved to CFAC, due to a high-wind advisory.

New CFAC Exhibit to Honor Black History, Women's History Months

Feb 18, 2019
Graduate student Spencer Stultz '17 will unveil her first solo show at the Community Folk Art Center on Friday, Feb. 22.

Prince Sideman Marcus Anderson to Visit Campus for Black History Month Feb. 25

Feb 16, 2019
The renowned saxophonist currently tours with CeeLo Green and runs his own coffee label line.

Syracuse Symposium to Recognize Careers of Professors Wadley, Gold Feb. 26

Feb 15, 2019
Syracuse Symposium, whose yearlong theme is "Stories," will recognize the careers of anthropology professors Susan S. Wadley and Ann Grodzins Gold.

Writer Larry Blumenfeld Using Watson Professorship to Explore 'Jazz in Troubled Times' March 25-April 5

Feb 14, 2019
Wall Street Journal contributor will explore the convergence of jazz culture, politics and activism through public lectures, workshops and performances.

National Book Award Winner Sigrid Nunez to Headline Carver Series Feb. 13

Feb 11, 2019
Nunez will read from her bestselling novel "The Friend," winner of the 2018 National Book Award for fiction.

Rock Biographers Anthony DeCurtis, David Yaffe Headline Syracuse Symposium Feb. 19

Feb 11, 2019
DeCurtis and Yaffe discuss their recent biographies of Lou Reed '64 and Joni Mitchell and the art of rock journalism, in general.

An Artistic Response to U.S. Immigration Policy

Feb 11, 2019
Syracuse Symposium Keynote Speaker Adela C. Licona will discuss and lead a workshop on "borderlands activism."

Reading by Poet Christopher Kennedy G'88 Moved to Feb. 6

Feb 1, 2019
The director of Syracuse's M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing will kick off the 2019 Raymond Carver Reading Series.

Carver Reading Series to Present Poet Christopher Kennedy G'88

Jan 22, 2019
The director of Syracuse's M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing will read from his latest collection, “Clues from the Animal Kingdom” (BOA Editions, 2018), on Wednesday, Jan. 30.

CFAC Welcomes New Permanent Director

Jan 18, 2019
Tanisha M. Jackson comes to Syracuse from Ohio State's Hale Black Cultural Center.