May 4th, The Studio

the studio at IC

The Studio, 171 East State St Center Ithaca (Basement)
In Search Of (ISO) by Eve Mahaney, Rebecca Dearden and Carly Williams
In Search Of (ISO) is a collection of photography created and curated by the students in the Ithaca College Photo Workshop thesis class during the Spring 2018 semester.

May 4th, Press Cafe

press cafe

Press Café, 118 West Green Street

 Unreliable & Impermanent: I love you anyway drawings by Kristina O’Connor

 This series features drawings on paper inspired by Buddhism, personal memories, and random things. It reflects that Life is suffering and encourages the viewer to suffer, as well as laugh and love, wholeheartedly.

May 4th, CAP Artspace


CAP ArtSpace, Center Ithaca, 171 The Commons

May 4-25, 2018

 Counting: Patricia Brown, Lisa Harris

 Counting is a product of a close collaboration between visual artist Patricia Brown and poet Lisa Harris. Harris’s poems are a series of meditations on the numbers 0-12. Brown’s drawings and paintings, created while a dancing model moved to the poems, expand and explore words coming to life. Counting is the first chapter in the book Traveling Through Glass,Cayuga Lake Books’ first poetry and art publication. A poetry reading and artist talk will take place during CAP’s Spring Writes Literary Festival.

May 4th, Buffalo Street Books


Buffalo Street Books 215 N. Cayuga St.
Paper & Paint, Part 2 Peter Fortunato 
Large works on paper—abstract, in color, black & white—that continue in the same vein as the artist’s exhibition at BSB in 2016.
Paper & paint, words & lines:
as soon as one begins
to think about these things—
look, look, the mind is at play!

May 4th, The Mink Gallery


The Mink Gallery614 N. Cayuga Street

The Mink Gallery is celebrating the (hopefully) change of seasons with a mixture of vibrant colorful work and more muted, contemplative pieces. Come down the driveway to the gallery in the back !

May 4th, Hilton Garden Inn


Hilton Garden Inn-Downtown Ithaca, 130 E Seneca Street

 And It’s Good: Mosaics by Marjorie Hoffman

 Textures and patterns provide excitement. Shaping clay and wood provide opportunity for expression. The brilliant and varied colors of stone and the grain patterns of wood provide incentive.  Thus, the art of mosaic, which combines surfaces, textures, colors and materials, is a perfect medium for Marjorie. And It’s Good, is a mosaic and ceramic design company, celebrating our lives and our earth. Find Marjorie’s website at

May 4th, Benjamin Peters

Benjamin Peters, 120 E State St, The Commons

Recent work By Artist Fred Zappia

My work is primarily oil paint and pencil on smooth parchment paper, matted and framed. These paintings were done over the past 18 months.
A variety of figures, themes, subjects including a series on America.