March 6th, Your CBD Store

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Your CBD Store |

308 E. Seneca St.

Kelly Cullen

Born and raised in Central New York, I am surrounded by sprawling hills, lakes, gorges, seasons bursting with colors, fragrances and personality; I am overwhelmed by the beauty that surrounds me.

Being a native of Ithaca, I was always encountering the different skin tones and character of the different nations that visit our colleges and fair city. Faces usually come out in my pencil drawings with detail and the flow of more or less graphite.

My recent discovery of my Native American heritage and that my birth father’s family has a collection of many creative artists. To find that I draw like them has been an amazing discovery for all of us. To be counted among the family of Native American artists is truly an honor. My pencil drawings have stories and symbols.

March 6th, Hair Color Art

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Hair Color Art |

112 W. Green Street, Press Bay Court

Group Show – Kids

Hair Color Art is having the first ever group art show running from January-March 2020, the theme “Kids”.  This is a a show that will exhibit artwork that children have created. There will be a closing reception on Saturday March 28th 5pm-7pm. The art closing will have snacks, drinks, and a silent auction. All profits will go to ICSD to help cover unpaid lunch fees and enrichment programs.

March 6th, Hilton Garden Inn



Hilton Garden Inn|

130 E. Seneca St.

Lindy Joy Cummings-Ice is Nice: “Whim-cicle Wonders”

Lindy loves to go out and traipse around the frozen creeks, and ponds and bushes. And there she finds Nature’s whim-cicle ice sculptures. Temperature and wind, water flow and crystallization, all create an amazing variety of ice formation. Come and see the beauty she has captured with her camera…without you having to trek out in it!

March 6th, Collegetown Bagels



301 E. State St., City Centre


Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists display their landscape artwork beginning March 1, 2020. Philipson ( is a documentary and lifestyle photographer and photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Color therapist and visual artist Stevens-Gupta ( channels her creative energies in paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined.

March 6th, Mimi’s Attic

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Mimi’s Attic|

430 W. M.L.K., Jr. St.

Staff Show

Mimi’s Attic and Mama Goose present a celebration of community and creativity through the presentation of art made by the talented staff of 430 W. M.L.K. Jr. St. This show will feature the work of artists Yen Ospina, Rebeka Livingston, Beata Szoboszlai, and Kevin Smith. Tastings will be provided by Grisamore Cider Works and Buttonwood Grove Winery. The store itself will be open as well, with a special sale during the event.