Syracuse City Arts Council Update

Board position vacancy: SCAC has a position open on our Board of Directors for any Syracuse resident who is interested in serving our community, specifically as follows:
• First, to present live productions for the cultural education, entertainment, and inspiration of the community.
• Second, to foster and develop the artistic talents and skills of families and individuals within Syracuse and the surrounding communities.
• Third, to encourage and sponsor social activities designed to foster the foregoing purposes of the Organization.

Board members attend monthly meetings, which are held the first Wednesday of each month. We expect the term for this board position to start Sept. 2021 and end Aug. 2025. Please send your letters of interest to Please include your contact information, including address to verify you are a resident of Syracuse, in your letter and tell us why you wish to serve on the SCAC Board. Submitted letters of interest received on or before Aug. 28, 2021, will be considered by the board at the Sept. 1, 2021, SCAC Board meeting.

SCAC Junior Theater’s production of Matilda Jr. is Nov. 4th-6th. Tickets will go on sale October 1st.

The Jazz Band is in need of trombone player(s). After a COVID-19 hiatus, our very successful and energizing Jazz Band is back in business! (Did you see them at Syracuse Heritage Days?!) However, they need trombone players to be complete! If you play other instruments and want to jam with some awesome musicians, contact Phillip Burnett at or visit their Facebook page

Gala Fundraiser Committee volunteers needed! SCAC is having a “Gala for the Arts” in February (TBD) to help fundraise for all the ongoing activities we provide to the community. If you are someone who likes to organize and/or put on a big party, we want you! Contact us at (you do not have to be a citizen of Syracuse to help on committees).

The SCAC will be having their monthly board meeting on September 1st at 8 p.m. at the Syracuse City Hall. These meetings are open to the public, and individuals wishing to make public comments will be limited to three minutes each. You may send ideas or comments to; your email will be read to the SCAC Board of Directors.

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