The Apollo Music Club at SUNY Oneonta will present “Little Women,” a contemporary opera by Mark Adamo, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Feb. 8-10. Performances will begin at 8 p.m. at the Goodrich Theater in SUNY Oneonta’s Fine Arts Building. Listen to an excerpt from the opera here.
SUNY Oneonta students and staff now have a convenient, high-tech choice for late-night snacks and lunch on the run.
A group of 19 geology students put their knowledge into practice in January during a 12-day trip to Mecca Hills Wilderness and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in Southern California.
The first installment of the spring semester’s Red Dragon Reading Series at SUNY Oneonta will feature novelist, memoirist and children’s book author Arthur Flowers on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
SUNY Oneonta’s Martin-Mullen Art Gallery will feature the work of Detroit-based artist Robert Mirek in an exhibition opening Thursday, Feb. 2.
An exhibition featuring the artwork of Oneonta native John Byam will open Monday, Jan. 30, at the Project Space Gallery in SUNY Oneonta’s Fine Arts Building. Titled “The Artwork of John Byam: As Near As Can Be,” the show features the output of a lifetime hobby of drawing, sculpting and sign making. A prolific, self-taught [...]
SUNY Oneonta will join schools, churches and other gathering places statewide in hosting Community Conversation programs sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities. Community members are invited to participate in a discussion about Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of service from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, in the Alden Room on [...]
SUNY Oneonta will offer more than 30 non-credit courses on topics ranging from Argentine tango to kayaking this spring. All of the courses are open to members of the community. Some meet for one session; others have multiple meetings. Fees range from $15 to $150.
A semester-long series of events celebrating the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. will kick off Thursday, Feb. 2, with a celebration at SUNY Oneonta’s Center for Multicultural Experiences in Lee Hall. Titled “Building OUR Beloved Community” and developed with broad participation by SUNY Oneonta organizations and faculty members, the series will include roundtable discussions, [...]
SUNY Oneonta President Nancy Kleniewski expressed support for SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher’s vision of a system that harnesses both the individuality of its 64 schools and the collective power of its network to drive economic revitalization in New York.