Buffalo Street Books


Buffalo Street Books 215 N Cayuga St, Dewitt Mall

Gwendelen Lippitt, Bombastic

Somber poses meet dog ears and neon colors. This collection goes out of its way to not take itself too seriously, gently poking fun at classic portraiture by including images of feet and iconic objects.  The celebration of silly has been the artist’s response, during her first year of painting, to stressful life events


April 7: Hilton Garden Inn


Hilton Garden Inn 130 Seneca St

Ron Boehner, “Simply: Untitled”

I am a self-taught artist who enjoys many mediums, but I tend to work most in acrylics, pen and ink, oils and colored pencils. I was in the Tee shirt silk screen industry for many years and also designed posters and lithographs.  The paintings I complete are on varied topics.  Please enjoy the show.

April 7: Recycle Ithaca’s Bicycles

Recycle Ithaca’s Bicycles 530 W Buffalo St
Recycle Ithaca’s Bicycles Grand Re-Opening Party & Art Show
Bikes as Art, Art depicting & Inspired by Bicycles. The show, featuring various artists who have contributed thematically consistent pieces in their preferred medium will be a fundraiser for RIBs. Recycle Ithaca’s Bicycles is a community bike shop providing free services and affordably priced bikes.  RIBs is a program of the Southside Community Center.

April 7: CSMA


Community School of Music and Arts 330 E State St

Dennis Bertram, Skyships

The oil paintings of Dennis Bertram, of Buffalo, NY, feature “skyships” or tightly formed visual constructions built from smaller images evoking houses, churches and other buildings. Abstract skyships dominate naturalistic, often figurative paintings that have been physically defaced, dominated and assimilated – a metaphor for militaristic invasions. Flower-inspired “bouquets” relate to our temporal transience, and other works elicit ideas of overpopulation and psychological burden. Learn more about the artist at http://www.dennisbertram.com.

April 7: Thrive NY

Thrive Ethical Fashion 215 N Cayuga St

Katie Sirianni, of the new Ithaca-based fashion label Tinycat Designs, presents her Spring 2017 collection at Thrive Ethical Fashion in the Dewitt Mall. Tinycat Designs already has a loyal following for its bright colors, unexpected bursts of pattern, and high end jersey and silk fabrics.  The Spring 2017 collection promises even more great prints and texture combinations in wearable, flattering cuts. Friday, April 7, from 5-8. Refreshments, models, promotions.

April 7: eye Gallery

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eye 126 E State St

Eye Gallery reopens after a winter respite with Curiosities, Oddments, & Gifts from Soldiers, featuring internationally known Josh Charles Hart, Paul Chathem, & Jim Garmhausen. Works include original paintings and sculptures.

Show runs from April 7 – 30th. All artwork will be available in-house and online.

Painting by Josh Charles Hart

April 7: Tompkins County Public Library

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Tompkins County Public Library 101 East Green Street (after 6, enter through eastside doors)

Thinking Money Exhibit Kick-Off Event

Be one of the first to tour our Thinking Money Exhibit at our kick-off event. Thinking Money is a museum-quality traveling exhibition that strives to teach tweens, teens and their parents, caregivers and educators about financial literacy topics—like saving, spending and avoiding fraud—in a way that is not only understandable, but fun.

In additional to the interactive exhibit, at 6 pm members of Bitty Box, a local screen printing business run by area teenagers at GIAC, will be giving a presentation on what it’s like to run your own business. From 5 – 6, you’ll also be able to make your own duct-tape wallet and play games for a chance to win prizes.

Thinking Money was developed by the American Library Association Public Programs Office in collaboration with the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, whose support made this exhibition possible.