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Gallery Night
ABOUT GALLERY NIGHT ITHACA

Presented by Tompkins Trust Company and made possible in part with a grant from the Community Arts Partnership. Gallery Night varies from month to month, but you can expect to see a range of in-person shows, virtual galleries online,  a walkable tour of window displays or artwork in storefront windows along with online entertainment and education from artists around the community

Friday, March 5th, 2021

March is Women's History Month, a time to highlight the talent and contributions of women. 

Women’s History Month can be traced to pretty humble beginnings. In 1911, the world celebrated its first International Women’s Day. Not until the 1980s did that celebration stretch into a whole week, when President Jimmy Carter issued a presidential proclamation declaring a National Women’s History Week in March. In 1987, after being petitioned by the National Women’s History Project, Congress designated all of March as Women’s History Month.

In honor of Women's History month, included in this March Gallery Night are three featured local women artists that have been set up with galleries to display recent works, holding space for women's voices and their art.

Here are the artists and the gallery locations:

  • Yen Ospina featured at CAP ArtSpace
  • Lindy Joy Cummings at Hilton Garden Inn
  • Kristina O'Connor at Press Cafe

Click on the Purple Button to the right to download a walking map of art exhibits on display during February!

For your safety and the safety of others, please wear protective face masks while exploring the exhibits, provide plenty of social distancing among your group and be courteous of other individuals or families looking at the art.  


VIEW & DOWNLOAD THE MARCH GALLERY GUIDE

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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.

Interested in Participating?

 

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

Email the First Friday Team
 
 
 
 

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.