A walkable tour of art openings every first Friday

We apologize for the inconvenience.  April’s Gallery Night, originally scheduled for Friday, April 3, 2020 is cancelled due to the National State of Emergency surrounding COVID-19. 
For the time being, we plan to resume Gallery Night in May.  Please join us on Friday, May 1st to support local artists and local businesses in an effort to rebound from this health pandemic.
Some galleries will have artwork up for display for the month of April and their exhibit details will be displayed below.

The Downtown Ithaca Alliance welcomes you to Gallery Night Ithaca presented by Tompkins Trust Company, a walkable tour of art openings and other special cultural events in and around downtown Ithaca, New York taking place from 5:00-8:00 PM on the first Friday of every month. With upwards of twenty venues to visit to explore each month, there is sure to be something that will catch your eye, whether you’re a seasoned collector or a first-time browser.

Gallery Night Ithaca is sponsored by the Tompkins Trust Company and in part by the Community Arts Partnership*.

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Next Month’s Guide .Coming Soon

Or pick up a print guide at participating venues on the night of the event.

Interested in Participating?

 

Are you a venue, curator, or artist interested in participating in Gallery Night Ithaca? Contact us at ithacafirstfriday@gmail.com

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Directions & Parking

Attendees can park in the Green, Seneca, and Cayuga Street garages ($1/hr.) and walk to the Gallery Night locations. The garages are equipped with accessible parking and elevators. Street parking is also available and free in the evenings AFTER 6:00pm during the week.

For additional downtown parking information, click here.

Don’t want to drive? See TCAT bus routes and schedules here. 

 
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GALLERY NIGHT ITHACA FUNDING

This program is made possible in part with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Community Arts Partnership.