Bill Viola found a passion for video in Syracuse that set him on a path to the frontiers of artistic creativity. Also featuring: Phantastic!, Spoleto Spectacular, Parent Power, An Enduring Tribute.
Bill Viola ’73, H’95 is probably the most acclaimed video artist in the world. He has produced an extraordinary body of work that has been shown and collected by leading museums and exhibited by foremost galleries across the globe.
Historic gift from Howard and Louise Phanstiel establishes a unique scholarship program for middle-class students.
Goldring students take their multimedia talents to Charleston, South Carolina, enhancing coverage of renowed arts festival.
Project Transition links parents to student achievement and success
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