February 3rd: The Rook

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The Rook 404 W State St

Annie Eller, Stillness and Flight

Local artist, Annie Eller, will be exhibiting her work at The Rook for the months of February and March.  Eller pursued her education in the Fine Arts, receiving her B.F.A. in Painting from Boston University, 2008.  The natural world, being the artist’s chief source of inspiration, lays the foundation for the works on exhibit that study the beauty and solitude of trees and wings engaging in flight.  

February 3rd: CAP Artspace


CAP ArtSpace 171 The Commons in Center Ithaca

Pamela Drix, New Work

The Community Arts Partnership’s ArtSpace presents Pamela Drix’s new “Red and Black Series” featuring color woodcuts, with additional inclusions of sewn elements, sculptural constructions, and original wood matrices. The series explores the margins, reframing the idea of beauty in the context of cultural fragments.  Shifting grounds and sewn applications add new dimensions in viewing beauty of the natural world. Pam is currently a lecturer in the Art Department of Ithaca College, and was co-founder of the Ink Shop and Printmaking Center.

Thank you to the Tompkins Trust Company for their annual sponsorship of the CAP ArtSpace! Learn more about CAP at ArtsPartner.org

February 3rd: The Studio, Ithaca College


The Studio, Ithaca College 171 E State St

The Studio Presents Our First Annual Ithaca Student Film Festival

Join us on Gallery Night for a program of short films made by Ithaca College students and presented by The Studio.  This program showcases an astonishing range of talent!  Dramas, documentaries, comedies, experimental  and animated films: there’s something here for everyone.   

After the screening, meet the filmmakers and our jury of Ithaca College alumni.  These alumni are artists and professionals in cinema and they’ll present awards of excellence in categories including acting, directing, visual effects, music, and sound design.   

The Studio is a creative incubator for Ithaca College students interested in creating content for the entertainment industry.

February 3rd: Lot 10


Lot 10 106 S Cayuga St

Brook Long will be exhibiting through the month of February. Brook uses simple methods to fragment, arrange, construct, and abstract architectural space. The use of transitional shifts  evoke ambiguity within the spaces. She creates the illusion of continuously changing environments using lines, geometric forms, and a quirky color palette.

For more info visit www.ARTeFLX.com.

February 3rd: The Ink Shop

The Ink Shop 330 E State St

I See You, IC/CU

The Ink Shop is pleased to host the 2nd joint show of prints by students of two strong printmaking programs at Ithaca College and Cornell University. These works are richly diverse with unique approaches using traditional methods, ranging from beginner to advanced practitioners.

January 6: Gimme! Coffee

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Gimme! Coffee 506 W State St

Sarah Clapp, Wild
Sarah Clapp is a photographer with a photo journalistic approach to her work. Her current project “Wild” is comprised of black and white images of children that captures the raw emotion of childhood.
From the artist: “My aim was to create images that speak to the raw emotions, unpredictable nature, pure joy, and those quiet often forgotten or unnoticed moments in-between that make being a child what it is, Wild.”

January 6: Hilton Garden Inn

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Hilton Garden Inn 130 Seneca St

McKayla Macomber, Beatitude

Focusing on little intricacies and the things in life that bring me happiness and inspiration, I give my art the ability to develop on its own, taking me down it’s own path that I look forward to exploring every time. I hope you may enjoy my art as much as I enjoy creating it.