The Connective Corridor invites you to this week’s Wednesday Walk: an informative tour about Architecture in Downtown Syracuse. On Wednesday, September 16th @12 noon, meet at Clinton Square by the Jerry Rescue monument on the Clinton Street side. Our tour guide, Dennis Earle, grew up in the hills ...Read the rest

Urban Video Project (UVP) and parent organization Light Work are presenting “We Were Never Human,” a year-long program at UVP and partner organizations that will feature the work of established and emerging artists who explore the shifting idea of what it means to be human, ...Read the rest

The Connective Corridor is pleased to promote: “Boom and Bust: America’s Journey on the Erie Canal,” a Symposium and Documentary Film Premiere this Saturday, September 12, 2015.  The event will be held at the Erie Canal Museum – 318 Erie Blvd. East – Syracuse, NY.  ...Read the rest

The Connective Corridor is proud to once again partner with 40 Below on a fun bike festival that showcases the growing bicycle culture across Syracuse.  And, as the Corridor’s green bike lanes have been installed across the connector route between University Hill and downtown, the ...Read the rest

Urban Cinematheque 2015 promises to be a fantastic way to cap off summer this Labor Day Weekend.  Join us this Friday evening for a spectacular night under the stars, featuring a blockbuster movie on the big screen and a festive arts and cultural fair!  It’s ...Read the rest

  A SU – VPA student design competition inspired a summer series of billboards depicting Syracuse landmarks (both on and off campus), linked through the Connective Corridor.  The series is a prelude to a 2015-2016 academic year series by SU – VPA design students called ...Read the rest

TAP into Syracuse:  Visit Syracuse and Connective Corridor introduce interactive information network for visitors, residents and students Visitors and residents now have a new fun and interactive way to access information in the Greater Syracuse Area right at their fingertips. This summer, Visit Syracuse and ...Read the rest

The 40 Below Public Transit Task Force has created a clever project for the 5th Annual Creek Float – June 6, 2015 A floating Connective Corridor bus will be one of the stars of this year’s free family-friendly event presented by the 40 Below Public ...Read the rest

Picking artists is never easy, but the Connective Corridor public art jury has reached consensus. After two days of extensive interviews with 16 semi-finalists selected by the jury from the original field of 276 applicants from 17 countries, the jury reached a consensus on the ...Read the rest

A recently installed Connective Corridor public art project invites the public to interact to complete it. “Let Us Continue” is a beautiful vector art mural that provides a visual timeline of Syracuse’s civic and social history, focusing on the legacy of public works projects such ...Read the rest