Everson Museum of Art Seeks Teens for Art Council
Do you know a high school junior or senior that is interested in art?
Spots are available in the Everson Teen Arts Council, which will hold biweekly meetings during the academic year. The deadline to apply is Sept. 29.
“The Teen Council provides teens with dynamic leadership opportunities to create meaningful and relevant programs and exhibitions, while giving teens space to explore identity, build skills and prepare for college and careers,” the museum said in a Facebook post.
To learn more, visit everson.org.
Summer of Lights Exhibit Opens at MOST
The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology (MOST) has another new exhibit.
From now until Sept. 17, visitors can learn about the electromagnetic spectrum, create a suncatcher and more in “Summer of Lights,” located in the PLAY exhibit.
“Games and puzzles are the perfect way to challenge your logic, problem-solving, and computational thinking skills, and that’s exactly what our new PLAY exhibit is all about,” said Emily Stewart, MOST senior director of education and curation, in a press release. “We are grateful to AmeriCU Credit Union for supporting the creation of a space where families, classmates and friends can discover, learn, and PLAY together!”
For more information, visit most.org/explore.
Taste of Syracuse Donates to Two Local Charities
Taste of Syracuse returned for its 25th year in June, receiving an estimated 200,000 visitors. It also raised $23,872.50 for two local organizations: PEACE Inc. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Onondaga County and Sleep in Heavenly Peace.
“We can’t thank our partners enough for their tremendous support of the festival and for their generosity in regard to giving back to local charities,” said Carrie Wojtaszek, Galaxy Events chief operating officer, in a press release. “We’re looking forward to next year!”