Current events on the Ithaca College campus
Roundtable with Ed Keagle '73, Centerbrook Architects
Thursday, March 6, 12:00 p.m., Handwerker Gallery, Gannett Center
Strange Bedfellows Artist Talk: Sean Fader
Wednesday, April 2, 6 p.m., Handwerker Gallery, Gannett Center
Department of Art History Senior Symposium
Wednesday, April 23, 6.00 p.m., Handwerker Gallery, Gannett Center
Film: Sukkah City, 2013, Directed by Jason Hutt
Sunday, March 2, 11:00, Willard Straight Theatre, Cornell University, $5/all
A documentary film about the architecture exhibition and competition that explored the creative potential of the sukkah, a temporary structure used during the Jewish festival of Sukkot. Cosponsored with Cornell’s Program of Jewish Studies in conjunction with the Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. More at oxbowlakefilms.com/sukkahcity/ .
Film: Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: Enter Here, 2013, Directed by Amei Wallach
Saturday, March 8, 7:00 and Sunday, March 9, 11:00, Willard Straight Theatre, Cornell University, $5/all
The husband and wife team Ilya and Emilia Kabokov are Russia's most celebrated international, contemporary artists and are the focus of this film which touches on not only their art and their relationship to Old, and New, Russia, but on art as a concept and tool for moving beyond oppression. Cosponsored with Cornell’s Program of Jewish Studies in conjunction with the Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. Subtitled. More at kabokovfilm.com
Film: Russian Ark, 2002, Directed by Aleksandr Sokurov
Thursday, March 13, 8:45 and Saturday, March 15, 7:15, Willard Straight Theatre, Cornell University
A sweeping account of Russian history told through multiple characters in the halls of the Hermitage Museum. Shot in one long take, with a camera that continuously moves and a cast of hundreds. A "daydream made of centuries." (Roger Ebert) Subtitled. More at kinolorber.com
Film: Beautifully Broken: The Life and Work of Rafael Goldchain, 2012, Directed by Vladimir Kabelik
Sunday, March 16, 11:00, Willard Straight Theatre, Cornell University, Free!
The film documents the intimate connection between renowned Canadian contemporary photographer Rafael Goldchain's life and his body of work. Schedule permitting, Goldchain will be joined by director Vladimir Kabelik for post-screening discussion. Sponsored by Cornell’s Program of Jewish Studies in conjunction with the Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. More at rafaelgoldchain.com/
Film: Chimeras, 2013, Directed by Mika Mattila
Thursday, April 17, 7:15 and Sunday, April 20, 4:30, Willard Straight Theatre, Cornell University, $5/all
Set in China's turbulent contemporary art world, the film offers an intense reflection on modern Chinese identity. The story interweaves the parallel narratives of a young man taking the Beijing art scene by storm and an aging international pop-art star questioning his own legacy. Cosponsored with the East Asia Program. Subtitled. More at chimerasfilm.com
Johnson Museum of Art
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First Friday Gallery Night
Downtown galleries and art houses of Ithaca host exciting First Friday monthly evening receptions for their latest art exhibits, showcasing the work of local, national, and international artists. Gallery Night is free and open to the public and takes place on the first friday of each month from 5-8 pm at participating downtown Ithaca galleries. Gallery guides with a map of participating locations and show descriptions are available at all participating galleries at Gallery Night.
free public tour
3 p.m., last Saturday of each month