Posts Tagged ‘The Redhouse’

Cruel to be Kind

Monday, April 13th, 2015

Thanks to warmer temperatures and the burgeoning fashion and music scenes downtown, April may not be the cruelest month after all.

Instyle: From the District to the Salt City

Friday, April 10th, 2015
Dresscode202 by Patrise C.

Dresscode202, designed by Patrise C.

Last night we had the pleasure of meeting designer Patrise, who moved to Syracuse from Washington, DC.  She showed a portion of her Dresscode202 collection for Day 2 of Syracuse Fashion Week, which was held at the Redhouse.

What’s your dress code?


Patrise (center) posed for photos with some fans during Day 2 of Syracuse Fashion Week.

Syracuse Fashion Week (Spring), Day 2

Friday, April 10th, 2015

Sporty and Casual: Here are some of the looks from Day 2 of Syracuse Fashion Week, which was held at The Redhouse.




Friday, November 22nd, 2013
Social Media Breakfast Syracuse #10 Panel (with moderator Patrick Finlon, left)

Social Media Breakfast Syracuse #10 Panel: Kimberley McCoy, Rachel Boucher, Matthew De Bellas and Sarah Massett (with moderator Patrick Finlon, left).

This kind of collaboration is encouraging.

We finally got to attend a Social Media Breakfast here in town. The group had its latest meeting at Syracuse Stage on Thursday, and the focus was how arts organizations engage online.  Participants included representatives from The Red House, The Everson Museum, CNY Arts and Art Rage.

The discussion ranged from generating unique content and boosting awareness to using “gamification” (rewards) and data collection methods to gain new followers/supporters.

What was most impressive is that you didn’t have to be a savvy social media manager or represent an art venue to pick up pearls of wisdom from this conversation.   Quick, power-packed, yet very filling, it was like breakfast for your head.

Architectural Digest: Screen Saver

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
The Redhouse Complex, West Street

The Redhouse Complex, West Street

Fail Not Our Fest

Saturday, June 15th, 2013
John Bixler as Macbeth

John Bixler as Macbeth

The Redhouse kicked off their summer season by staging  a lively performance of Macbeth in Armory Square last night.  The show drew an audience of about 100 (of all ages) if you include downtown residents watching from above the square.

Upcoming performances of Macbeth, which are free,  will be held in Liverpool and Dewitt.

Open Air Theater in Armory Square

Open Air Theater in Armory Square

The next open-air show in Armory Square will be Cabaret, the musical.

Laura Austin as Lady Macbeth with witches Allie Villa (right) and Tyler Spicer

Laura Austin as Lady Macbeth with witches (left to right) Allie Villa, Tyler Spicer and Brian Detlefs.

Driving Syracuse

Monday, May 13th, 2013
Alley Cat-Near Westside

Alley Cat-Near Westside

Linchpin (continued)

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

Here is the second part of the Michael Heagerty interview.


Friday, March 8th, 2013
Linchpin (n.)–an individual who can walk into chaos and create order, someone who can invent, connect, create, and make things happen…

Here’s the first part of our conversation with local entrepreneur and artist Michael Heagerty.  Heagerty founded a non-traditional tour/hospitality business called NoExcuses(SYR).