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Focus on Faculty concert to feature Avalon duo plus alumnus

April 5, 2019

Juliet Forshaw, a member of the SUNY Oswego music faculty, will appear in concert Sunday, April 14, with duo partner Michael Judge and bassist and 2012 Oswego alumnus Taylor Ricks to perform "Living on Faith" and other original songs of "sharing your life with another person."

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Student's community mandala invites public participation

April 4, 2019

Asli Kinsizer first made a trip from her native Turkey to SUNY Oswego as a mentor to high school students competing in the GENIUS Olympiad. Less than four years later, she is a graduate student at the college, considers Oswego home and is excitedly awaiting public participation in finishing her mandala in Penfield Library.

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Monks to create mandala during weeklong 'Mystical Arts of Tibet'

April 2, 2019

World-touring monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery will promote peace and spiritual healing April 8 to 12 as they demonstrate "The Mystical Arts of Tibet," performing colorful and musical rituals around their construction of a mandala in the main lobby of SUNY Oswego's Penfield Library.

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Recital to feature electronic music, guests, inventions

March 18, 2019

SUNY Oswego faculty member Paul Leary, who specializes in music technology, composition and flute, will offer a recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 31, in Tyler Hall's Room 11, featuring two students, his wife, one or more of his electronic music inventions, and a mix video from the recent premiere of Leary's original multimedia work, "Larger Than Us."

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Exhibition to feature artwork of acrylics painter Wendy Stein

March 15, 2019

A free, public reception Thursday, April 4, will kick off a exhibition at SUNY Oswego in Syracuse titled "Somewhere Else: Paintings by Wendy Stein" and showcasing the abstract stylings of the artist's acrylic paintings through a lens of playful and empathic brush strokes.

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Koto virtuoso Masayo Ishigure to perform March 27

March 15, 2019

A master of the traditional Japanese horizontal harp or zither, the koto, Masayo Ishigure will bring to SUNY Oswego the talent that led to her playing on a Grammy Award-winning soundtrack by famed composer John Williams.

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Oswego State Downtown to display Galins' photographic artistry

March 15, 2019

Chris and Arnold Galin aim to catch the eye of visitors to Oswego State Downtown with photography that captures "nature in motion" during an exhibition taking place from March 29 through May 3 as part of SUNY Oswego's Downtown Artist Series.

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'A Tribute to Richard Zakin,' noted ceramist, to join with Faculty Art Exhibition

March 1, 2019

SUNY Oswego's annual Faculty Art Exhibition, opening Friday, March 8, will remember Richard Zakin, the late emeritus professor of art, with a display of his beautifully fashioned works -- from sculptures to ceramics, digital to hand-sketched pieces -- that helped define the art community at SUNY Oswego and in the community for half a century.

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Student honors play 'The Good Doctor' to portray absurdity, surprises in life

February 22, 2019

Combine classic tales by famed Russian writer Anton Chekhov with the wit and whimsy of Neil Simon, the author of many Broadway hits, and the result is "The Good Doctor," a series of 10 vignettes in one play, to take the stage in March as SUNY Oswego's annual student honors production.

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Bacchus Saxophone Quartet to offer wide-ranging performance

February 18, 2019

The SUNY Oswego music department will present the Bacchus Saxophone Quartet -- performing a wide variety of styles appropriate for all ages and musical tastes -- at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 3, in Sheldon Hall ballroom.