November 2nd, Buffalo Street Books

Buffalo St Books
Buffalo Street Books, 215 N Cayuga St |buffalostreetbooks.com/
Recent work by Angela Rella
Rella works in colored pencil and acrylic paints, and has a variety of pieces on both paper (matted and framed) and on stretched canvas. Her style is very lively and colorful. Check out her art at youngcoconutart.com.
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November 2nd, Nature’s Apothecary

Nature’s Apothecary  115 S Cayuga St
Recent Work of Artist Kevin Burke( aka Herbie Berkenstein)
Explorations in color and line work, mind mazes for me to find my way around the canvas… I love the layering of lines and color in relation to the space of the canvas my work is very colorful and changes appearance with different lights( black light and color changing LED lights)
Kevin Burke 

November 2nd, History Center

History Center

The History Center in Tompkins County, 401 E. State St, Suite 100
WE ARE ITHACA……a celebration in portraits 
 
The History Center’s Map Room currently features the exhibit WE ARE ITHACA……a celebration in portraits. Project Director Robyn Wishna will speak about WE ARE ITHACA at 6:00 PM and show an 8-minute documentary multiple times throughout the evening. Visitors are also encouraged to enjoy the photos and videos of the exhibit and contribute to our pop-up wall art answering the question, “What do you love about Ithaca?” There will also be a surprise interactive portion for willing visitors!

November 2nd, Ithaca Coffee Company

Ithaca Coffee Co

Ithaca Coffee Company, 311 Green St 

Keeping Up with the Past (Image: Frances by Joanne)

Works by Local Artists Living with Memory Loss. In honor of National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, Ithaca Coffee Company will showcase work on loan from the Memory Maker Project, featuring the artwork and poetry of local people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of memory loss. The Memory Maker Project is a small grassroots program offering art, culture and advocacy opportunities for people living with memory loss and their loved ones in the Southern Tier. The Memory Maker Project is a program of the Center for Transformative Action–a Cornell affiliate and 501c3. To learn more, visit memorymakerproject.org or call (607) 240-6204.  Funding for this project comes in part from “An Evening to Remember” – a Gala to raise awareness and funds for the Alzheimer’s Association of CNY. This year’s gala will take place November 27th. For ticket information and other details visit www.ithacagala.com.

November 2nd, Lifelong

lifelong

Lifelong, 119 West Court Street

Elusives: The Natural World We Seldom See

A group exhibition by the members of the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators

The natural world holds many secrets! How much are we missing as we go about our busy lives?  This exhibition showcases the creatures and plants that live hidden away from the casual eye. The Guild artists have chosen species and behaviors that fascinated them and hope that the you will be equally fascinated.

The exhibition will be up through the end of December. Please join us for the opening 5 – 8 during Gallery Night.

November 2nd, CAP Artspace

CAP

CAP ArtSpace, Center Ithaca, 171 The Commons

CAP-a-Palooza Art Sale Extraordinaire!

The Community Arts Partnership’s “CAP-a-Palooza Art Sale” starts on Gallery Night! Each year over 400 (!) pieces of art are donated to the Community Arts Partnership for this CAP fundraiser that runs through December 2nd.  Community members were asked to look in their attics, basements and closets for art to donate. The result is a fun combination of vintage fabulous, amateur, professional, and contemporary art. Work is priced to sell AND you can buy work right off the walls. Come see if you can find some unique holiday gifts. We thank Tompkins Trust for sponsoring an entire year of ArtSpace exhibits, and Taylor, the Builders for sponsoring our October through December exhibits.