August 3rd, The Ink Shop Studio Gallery


Ink Shop Studio Gallery,  330 E.State / MLK Street

Reflexion | Printmakers of Atelier de gravure de la Villedieu

We are very excited to announce our upcoming exhibit featuring the printmakers of l’Atelier
de Gravure de la Villedieu, a community studio located outside of Paris. Since 1986, l’Association d’Arts Graphique de la Villedieu/Atelier de Gravure de la Villedieu has organized the “Biennales Internationales de Gravure”, exhibiting the work by great contemporary
French and International printmakers. The recent director of the l’Atelier de Gravure de la Villedieu, Fabienne Veverka, has joined The Ink Shop while she is residing in the US, and will be present for the opening reception of this show. She will present an
artist’s talk for our TalkPrint series at The Ink Shop Saturday July 28th.
Attached: Yannick
Dublineau Reflexion sur l’origine du Monde, aquatint


August 3rd, Community School of Music and Arts

Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) 330 East MLK / State Street

Faculty Show

A group exhibition of recent work by the visual arts faculty at the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA). Get a glimpse of the creativity and individual styles of CSMA’s teaching artists and get inspired to take a studio class this fall! Please join us on Gallery Night for refreshments, to meet the artists, and to welcome and our new education director, Emily Richards. Visit or call (607) 272-1474 for information and to enroll for upcoming classes.

August 3rd, Sacred Root Kava Lounge

Sacred Root Kava

Sacred Root Kava Lounge & Tea Bar  103 South Geneva Street

Jammin’ for Justice

This group of work has been brought together as a collection of art from vital Ithaca community artists in support of two local organizations doing critical anti-racism work — Southside Community Center and the Multicultural Resource Center. Both of these integral organizations work on issues that address cultural and systemic oppression in our local and national landscapes through the power of organized arts and culture as a part of healing the multigenerational/centuries-old wounds that exist in all of us and our communities. Each artist has their own story to bring through their medium and unique perspective of art as resistance to oppression.

Featured Artists: Khalil Bey, Nydia Blas, C. Knightley, Cesar Enciso, Carol Oddy.

August 3rd, Buffalo Street Books

Buffalo Street Books

Buffalo Street Books, 215 North Cayuga St 

Matt Mayers Photography: Seeing the World in a High Dynamic Range 

What is High Dynamic Range Photography? The overwhelming beauty of breathtaking sunsets on the lake, gorges, fall foliage, and bridges captured to appear as paintings is an example of this delicate method.

Matt, a Brooklyn and Long Island native, is a two-time Cornell grad that currently works in the non-profit sector.
He has presented his work at the October 2017’s First Friday Gallery at Sunny Days of Ithaca. Matt has puzzles and 4×6 photo cards being sold there. He also has an assortment of mattes, photo cards, and canvases being sold at Americana Winery.

August 3rd, First Unitarian Society of Ithaca Parlor

First Unitarian Church

First Unitarian Society of Ithaca Parlor, Aurora and Buffalo Streets corner

Caring for the Earth and her Resources by Carol Mae Whitlow

The artist explores, through photomontage technique, issues of environmental and social justice awareness, from “Remembering Rachel” Carson who write Silent Spring and helped us see what DDT was doing to bird populations, to “Inspiration Iquitos” honoring a Butterfly Farm and Wildlife Rescue Center owner in the Amazon, to “Give who? Your tired your poor” and “Ghandi’s Dream of Peace” remembering how his spinning helped work towards independence from Britain. “Pelican Spirit Rising” was in the State of the Art Juried Photo Show this spring and its companion piece “Broken” is on display here. Below is “Elephant Morning Work” from Chitwan, Nepal.

August 3rd, Sunny Days

Sunny Days

Sunny Days123 S Cayuga Street

“Landscape Prints” by  Carl Schofield 

Carl Schofield was a research scientist with the department of Natural Resources at Cornell University from 1960 to 1995. His long term interest in photography dates back to his teens and following his retirement he has pursued this former hobby more vigorously as an avocation.  Carl’s primary interests are nature, landscape, and travel photography. Infrared landscape photography is of particular interest to Carl.

August 3rd, Gimme Coffee (Cayuga St)

gimmie cayuga

Gimme Coffee430 N Cayuga St

“Enhancing Nature: Digital Surrealism” by Renee Freed
The images are digital blends of my paintings (either representational or abstract) with my photos. They are printed on canvas with water soluble ink.