Setnor Auditorium, Crouse College

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The College of Visual and Performing Arts hosts numerous events–many of which are free–at its public venues during the academic year. Join us for an exhibition, concert, or theatrical performance!

Because each venue's hours are contingent on our event schedule, we recommend that you visit our calendar for specific information regarding the dates, times, and parking information of the event you wish to attend.

914Works

914Works

914 East Genesee St.
Syracuse

Contact:
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Directions

914Works is an intimate space for SU:VPA students and faculty to present individual or group exhibitions, readings, and small-scale performances during the academic year.

Drama/Syracuse Stage Theater Complex

Drama/Syracuse Stage Theater Complex

820 East Genesee St.
Syracuse

Box Office:
315.443.3275

Directions

Home of the Department of Drama and Syracuse Stage, the complex contains three theaters and a cabaret space: the John D. Archbold Theater (499 seats), the Arthur Storch Theater (200-250 seats), the Loft Theater (65 seats), and the Sutton Pavilion. The department presents a full season of plays and musicals during the academic year.

Rose and Jules R. Setnor Auditorium

Rose and Jules R. Setnor Auditorium

Crouse College
202 Crouse Drive
Main Campus

Contact:
315.443.2191

Directions

The Rose and Jules R. Setnor Auditorium seats approximately 700 people and primarily hosts a busy schedule of concerts, recitals, and lectures by students, faculty, ensembles, and guest artists of the Setnor School of Music. The majority of events in the auditorium are free and occur during the academic year.

Sue & Leon Genet Gallery

Sue & Leon Genet Gallery

First Floor
The Nancy Cantor Warehouse
350 West Fayette St.
Syracuse

Contact:
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Directions

Based in the School of Design, the Sue & Leon Genet Gallery hosts exhibitions curated or consisting of work by the school’s students, faculty, and alumni. Exhibitions are presented during the academic year.

The Wall

The Wall

First-Floor Hallway
Shaffer Art Building
Main Campus

Contact:
School of Art, 315.443.4613

The Wall is an exhibition space for student work in the School of Art.