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.
March 2 to March 31
Gallery Night: Friday, March 3, 5pm to 8pm
Juried Group Exhibit
This exhibit will feature 42 works of all disciplines. Sculpture, paintings, photographs, prints, collage! This exhibit is going to be awesome!!!
Please come by and read the narratives that each artist provided, telling the story of their piece and how it came to be. We thank the Tompkins Trust Company for their important annual sponsorship of the CAP ArtSpace!
Artists!: Doug Baird, Barbara Behrmann, Christa Boice, Celia Bowers, Stan Bowman, Maryann Bowman, James Burlitch, Margaret Corbit, Lacey Corcoran, Amber Donofrio, Aziza Ejaz, Joyce Frank, Kathleen Friedrich, Laura Glenn, Rebecca Godin, G.L. Gould, Betsy Gram, Nerys Gregory, Annemiek Haralson, Sue Hertz, Marjorie Hoffman, Diane Janowski, Ileen Kaplan, David Kessler, Jim Kozlowski, Leanora Erica Mims, Nari Mistry, Kristina O'Connor, Barbara Pease, Mickie Quinn, Jon Reis, Nancy Ridenour, Mary Roberts, Susan Sarabasha, Denny Smith, Carol Spence, Meyer Stolov, Jesse Townsley, Linda Wyatt, Fred Zappia, Linda Zeito
April 3 to April 28
Gallery Night: Friday, April 7, 5pm to 8pm
Alice Muhlback, aka Spirit & Kitsch: Two Birds, No Stone
Alice welcomes you to her wonderland of imagery. With simple lines and a painterly style she creates characters as iconic symbols for a soulful word or intention. ‘I create entirely new works for each show I do. Come see the beautiful story I have created."
May 2 to May 28
Gallery Night: Friday, May 5, 5pm to 8pm
Bill Benson: Looking Inside And Out
"I am interested in the beauty of the landscape I live in and to that end, as a painter, I want to use every available technique in producing my emotional response to that landscape. In doing so I use oil paints in all their myriad applications - thinned with turps or a varnish based medium, washed on, smeared, splattered and dripped as well as manipulated in an almost academic was toward representationalism. All of my landscapes are actual places mostly in Ithaca but certainly the Finger Lakes."
May 30 to June 30
Gallery Night: Friday, June 2, 5pm to 8pm
Laurel Hecht: Resilient Nature
“My most recent paintings depict oversized flowers and intertwining stems on a soothing, sometimes pulsing, background. I am fascinated by interweaving stems, branches, and even root systems in my garden, a tangled world that often goes unnoticed.”
Thank you to Fingerlakes Wealth Management for Sponsoring this exhibit!
July 5 to July 31
Gallery Night: Friday, July 7, 5pm to 8pm
Greater Ithaca Art Trail Group Exhibit
All forty artists that are part of the Greater Ithaca Art Trail will be part of this exhibit.
August 1 to August 27
Gallery Night: Friday, August 4, 5pm to 8pm
Peter Fortunato: Recollection: selected works 2014-2016
“I plan to present various pieces created during the years 2014-2016. This period has been marked by several important breakthroughs for me in terms of technique and the evolution of my vision as an artist working in various media.”
September 1 to September 30
Gallery Night: Friday, September 1, 5pm to 8pm
CAP-a-Palooza Art Sale Extraordinaire
This year, hundreds of previously owned works of art will be available for sale at very low prices for this annual CAP fundraiser.
October 2 to October 30
Gallery Night: Friday, October 6, 5pm to 8pm
Dan McPheeters: Bubblescapes: Dance of the Spheres
This exhibit features pigment ink prints exploring the Cosmos and the vast Dance of Quantum Bubbles.
November 1 to November 26
Gallery Night: Friday, November 3, 5pm to 8pm
Ithaca Underground: A Decade in the Underground: Posters, Art, and Artifacts
Ithaca Underground celebrates ten years of nurturing a radically inclusive, safe space for music & art outside the mainstream.
Over the last decade, Ithaca Underground has grown from a hobby for DIY concerts to an ever-expanding, caring community of the talented, the inspired, and the weird.
In addition to hundreds of live, all-ages music events, IU continues to provide learning and growth opportunities for volunteer artists, designers, photographers, videographers, grant writings, sound engineers, and marketeers.
This November, IU will showcase posters and prints from the decade of events -- many for sale -- augmented with art and artifacts from the events and growth along the way.
November 28 to December 29
Gallery Night: Friday, December 1, 5pm to 8pm
Fernando Llosa: Movement at the Heart of Matter; Emptiness at the Heart of Movement