December 2: Sunny Days of Ithaca

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Sunny Days of Ithaca 123 S Cayuga St

Carl Schofield, Landscape Prints

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, particularly Infrared landscape photography.

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December 2: Community School of Music and Arts

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Community School of Music and Arts 330 E State St

Annual Open Show

Curated by acclaimed painter Joyce Stillman-Myers, CSMA’s Open Show presents work in a variety media by more than 50 local artists. Representing traditional to contemporary styles, this much-anticipated show celebrates the vibrant and diverse visual arts interests of our community.

Visit more than once from December through January to appreciate everything this show has to offer!

December 2: Buffalo Street Books

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Buffalo Street Books The Dewitt Mall, 215 N Cayuga St

Alice Gant, Very Long Books.

An exhibit especially for collectors of one-of-a-kind books.  Alice Gant’s painted, stitched narrations about “things we love,” calls for careful scrutiny and leisurely enjoyment.  The very long books are expandable.

December 2: Handwork

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Handwork 102 W State St

Make your own poinsettia gift tag with Handwork artist Caroline Spellman. Get an introduction to paper quilling and try your hand at this historic art form.

As Bob Nagel creates his charming holiday ornaments in-store, learn about the tools and technique of chip carving from start to finish.

December 2: Cellar d’Or

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Cellar d’Or 136 The Commons

Group Show

Featuring: Gabe Carraher, Chris Charles, Michael Goscinsky, Ivy Stevens-Gupta, Kathy Morris, Andrew Paine, Rachel Philipson, Michael Sampson, and Sheryl Sinkow.

December 2: Decorum Too

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Decorum Too Dewitt Mall 215 N Cayuga St

France, for Art’s sake

This exciting exhibit displays the work of five participants in Terry Plater’s annual artists and art-lovers’ retreat and workshop to France.  See oils, prints, photos, and mixed media work done by Judy Barringer, Edie Guo, Lina Lee, Alan Nemcek Terry Plater.