Reeling It In: The Syracuse International Film Festival

woman on a movie screen in front of audience

The Syracuse International Film Festival first came to Syracuse, NY 15 years ago. It was created in 2003 by Syracuse University professor Owen J. Shapiro, and his wife Christine Fawcett-Shapiro. The festival is co-sponsored by the College of Visual and Performing Arts and was created as a way for film to be brought to the […]

Protest Signs: Where Art and Activism Intersect

For 35 years, Syracuse Cultural Workers (SCW) has been providing the local community with voices and tools of resistance. As a “peace and justice publishing company,” the house at 400 Lodi Street serves as an all-in-one storefront, studio, and warehouse. Upon entering, a hanging chime greets visitors with a soft twinkle at the front door, […]