Dear Students and Families: Welcome to the first weekend of March! It’s hard to believe we’ve already been on campus for a full month. I hope that despite the unusual nature of this semester, you are finding ways to enjoy…
Student Artists to Show Off Their Work Aug. 17 at Nancy Cantor Warehouse
Over the course of six weeks, 19 high school students from the Syracuse area have worked under the guidance of Syracuse University graduate students to expand and explore their artistic practices. Through intense and focused study in drawing, painting, digital design and 3-D sculpture, these students have created complex and confident portfolio pieces with a wide range of subject matter: from the personal to the universal and the present to the unknown future. All visual efforts will serve as keys to their future endeavors: particularly in applying to college to pursue degrees in art. With this in mind, an artist presentation and open house will be held Friday, Aug. 17, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 W. Fayette St., Syracuse.
Founded in 2011, Talent Agency Teen Art Portfolio Development Inc. continues to provide Syracuse-area high school students from economically disadvantaged communities a consistent means for arts and design portfolio development and mentorship.
Talent Agency Teen Art Portfolio Development Inc. utilizes the expertise of University faculty, graduate students and undergraduate majors to provide college-level technical instruction, materials and advisement supporting the overall development of competitive application portfolios.
The program is supported by the School of Art in the College of Visual and Performing Arts and the Office of Community Engagement.