Arts Journalism Master’s Program This past year I’ve been so blessed to receive such a fabulous education at the best journalism school in the country. Not only was I able to become a way better interviewer, reporter, and storyteller, but I also had the opportunity to travel around New York, see my first opera, attend the Toronto International Film Festival, watch Hamilton on Broadway (and many … Continue reading Syracuse University Graduation: Mastered It!
After attending my first ever fashion week show, I decided to make the most of my experience by hitting the streets and photographing other bloggers and fashionistas who were strutting their stuff between runway shows. It was a great experience and it definitely made me want to step up my own style game! Some of the trends I spotted were: A lot of faux fur … Continue reading NYFW F/W ’17 Street Style
A couple weeks ago, I attended New York Fashion Week for the first time and it was amazing! Literally a dream come true. I was invited to Yuna Yang‘s show at the Gotham Comedy Club in Chelsea, Manhattan. It was a packed house, but the dimly lit room had beautiful music playing and I also received a gift bag with soap inside. The collection was … Continue reading NYFW Review: Yuna Yang F/W ’17
Exhibit at FIT celebrates black designers A floral sundress worn by Michelle Obama, a sheer, sparkling minidress worn on stage by Tina Turner, and a sexy black red carpet piece worn by Kim Kardashian all have something in common. They were all created by black fashion designers and they are just a few of the pieces that are currently on display at the Fashion Institute … Continue reading “Black Fashion Designers” at FIT Museum
Last week my grad school program ventured to the Big Apple for a cultural immersion. It was probably one of the best weeks of my life. I know that sounds dramatic, but as an arts journalist, it was a total dream come true to be able to do all the things we did. Here is a rundown of the places we saw and things we … Continue reading Arts Journalists Take New York City
One week ago, I saw my first opera with friends in my grad school program. A performance of Sweeney Todd was given at The Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown, NY. Glimmerglass is a lovely place and my program was treated to a very nice lunch and tour. We also got to attend a Q&A with Stephen Sondheim. It was a great experience. Review Lacking in the … Continue reading Sweeney Todd at Glimmerglass
As part of my summer bootcamp (that’s what they call my six credits in six weeks of graduate school for the summer semester), we have been exploring Syracuse and one of the fun things we attended was “Food Truck Friday” at the Everson Museum. I ate a yummy wrap and some chips and afterward, me and the rest of my program, had a tour of … Continue reading Food Truck Friday’s at Everson Museum