The History Center in Tompkins County 401 E State St
Revitalizing Ithaca’s Lakefront Gem: A Century of Stewart Park History
Presentation by Rick Manning
Friends of Stewart Park is partnering with the City of Ithaca and our generous community to revitalize Stewart Park in time for its centennial celebration on July 4, 2021. Join FSP Executive Director Rick Manning and discover the park’s fascinating history as a trolley park, a home to silent film production, a habitat for birds and wildlife, and a place for family fun. Learn about exciting ongoing improvement projects and future plans for beautiful Stewart Park, our community’s main waterfront park.
CAP ArtSpace 171 E. State St in Center Ithaca
Greater Ithaca Art Trail Group Exhibit and Launch Party
The Art Trail, now in it’s 19th year, is a self-guided tour of 34 Tompkins County artist studios. (Studios are open on the First Saturday of each month, on October Open Studio Weekends – Oct. 7,8,14,15 – and by appointment year round.) July at the CAP ArtSpace features the annual Greater Ithaca Art Trail Group Exhibit, where you can see work from each artist (and meet them)! Please help us launch the new season and pick up the new hot-off-the-press 2017-2018 Art Trail brochure.
The Greater Ithaca Art Trail is a program of the Community Arts Partnership – http://www.artspartner.org. Thank you to the Tompkins Trust Company for being our 2017 CAP ArtSpace sponsor!
Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) 330 E. MLK /State Street
Southside Community Center (SSCC) 305 S. Plain Street
The Youth, a collaborative two-site exhibition
The Youth celebrates the vibrant culture of local kids and teens in a collaborative project at the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) and Southside Community Center (SSCC). This two-site exhibition features paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, and poetry. Gallery Night celebrations will include youth performances and a festive procession from CSMA to SSCC! Performances begin at 5:30 PM (CSMA) and 7:00 PM (SSCC); procession departs CSMA at 6:15 PM. Please join us!
Decorum-Too 215 N Cayuga St, Dewitt Mall
Marian Van Soest: New Work
Sunny Days 123 S Cayuga St
Josh Brooks – “Landscapes of Light, a journey through America’s most beautiful places”
Since the day he could hold a camera, Josh has held a passion for seeing and capturing the world around him. Much has changed over the years, but his mindset remains the same — to not only encapsulate a moment, but the feelings and emotions that accompany it. Currently a photography student at Ithaca College, his time outside of Ithaca is spent rock climbing, mountaineering, and hiking: his adventures spanning tens of thousands of miles throughout the country’s most beautiful places. Many of Josh’s photographs reflect the spirit of those endeavors, documenting profound landscapes through an immersive and surreal perspective. These images explore the way light plays off the contours of the landscape, drawing attention to color and form rather than the subject itself. His latest work focuses on the relationship between humans and the environment, often utilizing the outside perspective of an observer — a technique that exposes simple yet beautiful moments that are often overlooked.
Lot 10 106 S Cayuga St
Alexis Santi: Splatter
Santi’s show, ever so inspired by Jackson Pollock, will be up in the downstairs of Lot 10 through August 31.
Benjamin Peters 120 E State St
Arnold Bradshaw’s Outsider Art (Folk, Sculpture, Minimalism)
Arnold Bradshaw has landscaped as a profession his entire adult life. At 67 years young he has only just recently started showing several active bodies of work developed over the past three years. All of his work involves recycled or natural materials. Come check out other select pieces at the Grassroots Art Barn in Trumansburg 7/20-7/23!