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.

January 6: History Center of Tompkins County

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History Center of Tompkins County 401 E State St

Ithaca and Tompkins County have a rich history of local music. As part of an ongoing series we will celebrate that history by featuring three generations of musicians. On Friday, January 6 at 5:30 p.m., Ithaca Underground will present Wild, Tender Cruncher, and the Electric Golem at The History Center in Tompkins County. It is an opportunity to continue the ringing in of the new year.

January 6: Sunny Days of Ithaca

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Sunny Days of Ithaca 123 N Cayuga St

David Geer, Seasons

David M. Geer is an award-winning artist from Endicott, NY. He began drawing as soon as he could hold a pencil, and started selling his pictures to classmates for a quarter a piece in grade school. He began formal instruction in oil painting at the age of twelve. Frequently David incorporates his love of travel into his work.  He has painted the chateaux of France, the Grand Canal in Venice, the castles of the Vienna Woods, the lighthouses of the Maine coast, the squares of Savannah, the adobes of Taos, and the Rocky Mountains to name just a few subjects. While David’s show will feature a variety of his work, you’ll regularly find his “mini masterpieces” at Sunny Days with a focus on regional scenes and wildlife.

January 6: Buffalo Street Books


Buffalo Street Books 215 N Cayuga Street, Dewitt Mall

Emily Koester, Ignes fatui

This display represents the development of a novel artistic medium that combines color and light projection. The collection includes original templates and constructions, photographs of projection, and art prints.