Performing Arts/Cultural Interests

The SUNYIT Campus Activities Board (CAB) sponsors musical and theatrical performances throughout the academic year. Students may purchase discount tickets to performances presented by internationally acclaimed artists in the Broadway

Theatre League at the Stanley Performing Arts Center and the Great Artists Series of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute.

The Gannett Gallery, located in Kunsela Hall, hosts several art exhibitions a year, including SUNYIT’s annual regional show.

SUNYIT’s Cultural and Performing Arts Council funds fine arts, music and theater programs on campus throughout each academic year.

Culturally diverse programs are also available through programming by the SUNYIT Campus Activities Board and special interest groups (International Students Association and Black and Latino American Student Union). Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, and other cultural programs provide the opportunity to celebrate the unique contributions of our culturally diverse world.

In addition, academic programs sponsor lecture series, symposia on current research, demonstrations, and dramatic readings which are open to students and the SUNYIT community.

Students may also participate in performance ensembles in theatre and instrumental jazz.