Mink Gallery

The Mink Gallery 614 N. Cayuga St. Gallery is located up the driveway in the garden. Mink Gallery Website JUNE VIRTUAL GALLERY EXHIBIT Barbara Mink Artist Biography Barbara Mink was born in Buffalo, New York, started painting in 1998, and studied with Stan Taft, Bill Benson, and the late Bente King and Thomas Buechner. Her latest body of work is … Read More

State of the Art Gallery

State of the Art Gallery 120 W. Martin Luther King, Jr. / State St. ADA accessibility with curbside parking Info: 607-277-1626 soagithaca.org | facebook.com/stateoftheartgallery WINDOW DISPLAY + VIRTUAL GALLERY EXHIBIT Online at: soagithaca.org + Facebook Live Event Friday, June 5, 5pm at: facebook.com/stateoftheartgallery/ Emergence: Works by Eight Member Artists (Mary Ann Bowman, Patricia Brown, Don Ellis, Daniel McPheeters, Diane Newton, … Read More

Handwork

Handwork 102 West State St. handwork.coop |  facebook.com/HandworkIthaca Live pottery demonstration by Renata Wadworth, Friday, June 5, 2020 – 6pm Renata Wadsworth, Ceramics Artist Renata Wadsworth has been working with clay since 1997. She learned to throw on the wheel at the Rochester Folk Art Guild in Middlesex, NY where she apprenticed for nearly 8 years. After that, she spent a few … Read More

Ithacamade

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Silk Oak Spring DIY! In honor of spring, which is just around the corner, we will provide paper, screens and ink for you to print your own card or wall print. Join in the fun from 5-7pm. About the Gallery Location: Ithacamade 215 N. Cayuga St. (Dewitt Mall) (607) 272-1396 | ithacamde.com

Mimi’s Attic

Staff Show Mimi’s Attic and Mama Goose present a celebration of community and creativity through the presentation of art made by the talented staff of 430 W. M.L.K., Jr. St. This show will feature the work of artists Yen Ospina, Rebeka Livingston, Beata Szoboszlai, and Kevin Smith. Tastings will be provided by Grisamore Cider Works and Buttonwood Grove Winery. The … Read More

Tompkins County Public Library

Everybody’s Got a Right to Live: The Poor People’s Campaign of 1968 and Today Tim Shenk, curator The art and imagery of the Poor People’s Campaign of 1968 and today are tools for organizing for justice and dignity. This exhibit challenges myths that blame poverty on the poor and spread a false narrative of scarcity in the world’s wealthiest nation. … Read More

Sunny Days

Sunny Days of Ithaca 215 E. State St. (The Commons) sunnydaysny.com |facebook.com/sunnydaysny Virtual Gallery Exhibit: downtownithaca.com/sunnydays Matthew Petti, Assemblages Since childhood, I’ve been attracted to scraps. Age-worn and discarded, they are nevertheless evocative: rusty metal, broken crockery, pieces of wood, glass shards, weirdly sculpted rocks. The bits assembled for this exhibit have been collected over thirty-plus years in and around … Read More

State of the Art Gallery

31st Annual Juried Photography Show State of the Art is proud to host its 31st Annual Juried Photography Show from March 4-29, 2020. From 161 photographs entered, 85 were chosen for the exhibition.  This is a regional show which features a wide variety of subjects and photographic techniques:  landscapes, portraits, street photography, digitally processed images, photographs made from traditional B&W wet chemistry, … Read More

Collegetown Bagels

Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: HORIZONS AND ABSTRACT REALITIES Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists display their landscape artwork beginning March 1, 2020. Philipson (Rachelphilipson.com) is a documentary and lifestyle photographer and photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to … Read More