The Community Arts Partnership ArtSpace is a multi-use space for the exhibition of works by local artists. A new exhibit hangs each month throughout the year.
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 10:30 to 5:45pm. Sunday, noon to 5pm.
October 5 to October 29
Gallery Night, Friday, October 5, 5pm to 8pm
Greater Ithaca Art Trail Group Show
This group exhibit will feature one piece by each of the 40 artists in the Greater Ithaca Art Trail! The timing of the exhibit is GREAT for the Art Trail's two Open Studio weekends on October 6-7 and October 13-14, when (almost) all 40 studios are open simultaneously. Come to the Opening Reception on October 5th to preview all the artists at once (and meet many of the artists)! Visit www.ArtTrail.com for information about each Art Trail artists AND download the Open Studio map for your visiting studio adventure. The show is up through end the end of October!
November 2 to December 15
Gallery Night, Friday, November 2, 5pm to 8pm
CAP-a-PALOOZA Art Sale Extraordinaire
Every year, CAP holds a fabulous art sale from donated art as a fundraiser for CAP. Last year we were able to raise $8,000! We ask folks to donate art that they have in their closets and their attics - art that they own but is not seeing the light of day. This provides CAP with a truly interesting assortment of vintage and contemporary art for you to come and buy! All work is priced to GO. Our goal is to have nothing left by the end of the sale, so come and find special treasures, holiday gifts, and perfect art for your walls. (If you would like to donate art, we are accepting art in the month of October. E-mail email@example.com to make arrangements for drop off.
December 7 to December 30
Gallery Night, Friday, Dec 7, 5pm to 8pm
Chris Walters (photographs)
"Out of Time"
From the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to the waters of Ithaca Falls, Chris Walters exhibit features long exposure photography that juxtaposes people against both the natural and human-made world. Chris works at CAP's counterpart in Corning, the Arts of the Southern Finger Lakes, and we are excited to show his work in the CAP ArtSpace.