News And Events

My Life on Camera

January 10, 2015

Well known for his portrayal of the very popular late night host persona Baron Daemon, which established him in local TV, Mike Price will share memories of his more than forty years in roles ranging from news reporter to weather caster and sports official.

 

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Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance

February 14, 2015

Participants in the Western New York Teacher Intensive in November, co-sponsored by the Syracuse Branch, will illustrate techniques learned in the two-day workshop. Using Romeo and Juliet, the joint Folger Library/ESU presentation consists of intensive and interactive sessions, as well as hands on materials to take home.

 

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The Art of Watercolor

March 14, 2015

Nationally recognized portrait artist and educator, ESU branch member Jane Woodruff Carroll has taught privately and at Manlius Pebble Hill.

 

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Redhouse @ City Center

May 9, 2014

After ten years in Syracuse's Armory Square, the facility will re-emerge in the former Sibley's Department Store as a cultural hub for performing arts and a magnet for new businesses and apartment dwellers downtown. Samara Hannah, Director The Redhouse Arts Center presents.

 

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On Safari with Carl Pesko, Avid Traveler and Tour Arranger October 11, 2014

Veteran of 17 expeditions to Kenya, Carl described what it is like to be on safari, an opportunity soon to be a thing of the past, as huge numbers of the native animals are being slaughtered.

 

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