Arts & Entertainment Links
Local Arts and Music
Community Folk Arts Center
The Center is a program of the African American Studies Department in the College of Arts & Sciences at Syracuse University.
Photography gallery and community darkrooms.
A comprehensive directory of performances and performing arts organizations in Syracuse and Onondaga County.
All Movie Guide
A comprehensive database of movie information, including plot synopses and actor bios.
The Internet Movie
The most comprehensive movie-related site on the Web.
Movie Review Query Engine
A searchable database of reviews, news, interviews and other material associated to specific movies.
Ebert at the Chicago Sun-Times
A searchable database of Roger Ebert's full-text movie reviews since 1985.
Biographies of classical music composers, performers, and ensembles, as well as work listings by composer and descriptions of compositions.
All Music Guide
For all types of music other than classical. Information on styles, artists, and albums. Also includes a glossary of music terms.
A comprehensive listing of over 10,000 record label web sites indexed by genre, format, and location. It can be searched by label name.
Music news, charts, archives, and artist features.
Music Festivals of North America
A guide to upcoming music festivals in the U. S. and Canada. Search by genre, performer, location, festival date, and more.
American Sheet Music
The Historic American Sheet Music Project provides access to digital images of 3042 pieces of sheet music published in America between 1850 and 1920.
Specializes in lyrics for rock and pop songs that charted in the Top 40 from 1930 to 1999. Browse by title or artist.
Free sheet music from the Petrucci Music Library. There are over 20,000 works from 3,000 composers. Search by composer, genre, instrumentation or time period.
The Internet Broadway
The official archival database for Broadway theatre information.
The official website of Broadway.
Broadway and Off-Broadway theatre news, discussion, and reviews.
Offers multiple ways to search for a happening: by category, by search engine, or by a geographic region.
Encyclopedia of Television
Examines specific programs and people, historic moments and trends, and topics such as violence, tabloid television and the quiz show scandal. It also includes histories of major television networks as well as broadcasting systems around the world.
The Episode Guides Page
Links to "breakdowns on virtually every TV show ever broadcast."(!) Also a large repository of trivia.
TV Guide Online
Television and movie news and reviews. Requires Flash Player.
View episode guides and cast and crew information for current and classic TV shows.
Enter your zip code to see local TV listings.
An index of online museums and image archives. Find out where the works of over 7,500 different fine artists can be viewed online.
Definitions for more than 3,300 art-related terms.
artnet.com Research Library
Articles from the Grove Dictionary of Art on artist's biographies, materials and techniques, and styles and movements.
American artists directory with biographical information, bibliography, images, museum holdings, dealer listings, and more.
Impressionism from European Museums
A virtual tour, based on an exhibit in 1999, that highlights the major themes of Impressionism. This site is created by The Seattle Museum of Art and includes images of paintings and downloadable lesson plans for teachers.
LIFE Photo Archive
Millions of photos from LIFE magazine photographers in a Google hosted site. Most of the photos were never published. Excellent resource for cultural and historical studies from the 1750s to the 2000s.
Living Room Candidate
An online exhibit of television presidential advertisements from 1952 -2008 by the Museum of the Moving Image.
Mark Harden's Archive
More than 2,000 scans of fine art from over 200 different artists.
Features "links to museum websites and virtual exhibits, educational and entertaining games and activities, and extensive learning resources concerning topics typically promoted through art, science and history museums."
World Digital Art Library
Scanned images of rare books, manuscripts, musical scores, films, pictures, architectural drawings and more. Search by country subject, type of item or institution.
Last updated: October 18, 2011