The CAP ArtSpace is a multi-use space with a new exhibit hanging monthly.
NEW LOCATION: Tompkins Center for History and Culture (110 N. Tioga Street on the Commons) in the Ithaca College Gallery/Program room.
RECEPTIONS: are held on First Friday Gallery Nights! For all Gallery Night locations, visit www.gallerynightithaca.com
ARTSPACE HOURS: Sun - Wed, 10 to 6 / Thurs, 10 to 8 / Fri & Sat ,10 to 7
EXCEPTIONS: The Gallery is not open: Sunday, July 7, 12:00 to 2:00 / Friday, July 19, 12:30 to 3:00 / Tuesday, July 23, 12:30 to 4:00
JULY 5 - JULY 28
Gallery Night: Friday, July 5, 5pm to 8pm
Two person exhibit:
Stan Bowman: Paris Contrasts
Rachel Kaufmann: Landscapes & Dreamscapes: Watercolor Explorations
Stan Bowman: In 1986, Stan spent 6 months in Paris on a sabbatic leave. "Paris is a marvelous old classic city, but at the same time it is a modern metropolis. There was a rick mixture of classical architecture with contemporary sights, signs and posters that reflected the modern life of the city. During my time there I created a series of images that reflected these two contrasting views of the city, using a 8x10 wood field camera. This exhibit tell that story!
Rachel Kaufmann: This exhibit encompasses early and more recent pieces from several decades of watercolor work, touching on the themes of consistency and change, wonder and agency, beauty and transcendence, in the life of the artist and the world all around.
AUGUST 2 - AUGUST 30
Friday, August 2, 5pm to 8pm
Irina Kassabova, The Luthier
with memorabilia from the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra archives
Recently, Irina has focused the attention of her artwork on art and music. "My idea is that visual art and music are one whole. They compliment each other and bring stronger emotions for the viewer, the listener, the player or another artist." This exhibit features large format charcoal and pastel drawings of string instruments. "I am looking to inspire a large audience, young or elderly; artist, musician or mathematician and physicist!".
The Tompkins Center for History and Culture newest addition is the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra. Complimenting this exhibit is a wall decicated to memorabilia from the "CCO". Pick up a program for their current season!
SEPTEMBER 6 - SEPTEMBER 30
Gallery Night: Friday,September 6 , 5pm to 8pm
Group Exhibit: Aviation!
This group exhibit will feature art of or inspired by planes or flight.
The Tommy Plane, owned by Ithaca Aviation Heritage Foundation (IAHF) is on permanent loan and displayed in the History Center in the Tompkins Center for History and Culture, also home to the CAP ArtSpace! This exhibit compliments an annual event by the IAHF.
OCTOBER 4 - OCTOBER 28
Gallery Night: Friday, October 4, 5pm to 8pm
Greater Ithaca Art Trail Group Exhibit
The Greater Ithaca Art Trail is a self guided tour of artist studios with Open Studio weekends on October 5, 6 and 12,13, 2019. This exhibit is a group show of one piece from each of the Art Trail artists! You can see a sample of all the Art Trail art in one place before you set off for your Open Studio visits. Visit www.ArtTrail.com to learn all about the artists on the Trail. You'll find sculptors, painters, photographers, mosaic artists, makers of furniture, printmakers, glass artists, and much more.
NOVEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 4
Gallery Night: Friday, November 1, 5pm to 8pm
DECEMBER 6 - 28
Gallery Night: Friday,December 6, 5pm to 8pm
CAP-a-Palooza Art Sale