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Arts and Performances

Welcome Back BBQ TODAY!

Contributed by Kayla Reisman on 08/28/2015 

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Join Hillel for the annual Welcome Back BBQ Friday, August 28th from 4 - 6 pm on the Academic Quad. Enjoy Kosher hot dogs, hamburgers, and veggie burgers while listening to the epic sounds of the Scopes Monkey Trial band. All are welcome!

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Grab a lawn chair and head to DeWitt Park for an afternoon of Copland, Bernstein, and other American masters!

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Ten Thousand Saints, the movie based on the novel by Associate Professor of Writing Eleanor Henderson, has been granted an extended run at Cinemapolis through September 3rd--just in time for the return of students!

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Please join us Friday September 4th for a special exhibit opening to welcome back students and celebrate the debut of a new body of artwork in the Art Department's downtown gallery.

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Join Hillel for the annual Welcome Back BBQ Friday, August 28th from 4 - 6 pm on the Academic Quad. Enjoy Kosher hot dogs, hamburgers, and veggie burgers while listening to the epic sounds of the Scopes Monkey Trial band. All are welcome!

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Join us in Ford Hall for the first concert of the new academic year!

On Thursday, 27 August at 7:00 P.M., Professors Jean C. Radice and Mark A. Radice will be joined by sophomore music major Christopher Davenport in a program featuring compositions by César Franck (1822–90), Olivier Messiaen (1908–92), and Jean Langlais (1907–91).

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IC Theatre offers a variety of subscription packages to make it easy to attend our shows with guaranteed seats and discounted prices. Package prices include five shows and start as low as $30. Please call 607-274-3224 to place a subscription order and visit ithaca.edu/mainstage for more information and an online order form. 

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Ten Thousand Saints, the film based on the novel of the same name by IC Writing Professor Eleanor Henderson, will make its debut in Ithaca at Cinemapolis on Friday, August 14th at 7 p.m. A talk-back, book-signing, and afterparty will follow.

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Please join us for the second installment of Mutations, a student art exhibition curated by Andrea Aguirre ('16) and Tatiana Malkin ('17).

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 Ithaca Shakespeare Company's summer productions conclude this weekend with the final performances of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Henry IV".

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 The Ithaca Shakespeare Company presents its 2015 summer season!

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Join us for Mutations Part 1, the newest exhibition at the Art Department's downtown gallery Friday July 10 5-8pm.

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LOCALLY SOURCED
June 20- August 16, 2015
Johnson Art Museum, Cornell University
Opening Reception, Friday, June 26, 5-7 p.m.
Free, open to the public, wheelchair accessible.

Locally Sourced is a curated show of work by artists who are based in and around Ithaca: Mara Baldwin, Joshua Bonnetta, Leslie Brack, Gail Fitzgerald, Matt Glaysher, Jeremy Holmes, Ron Jude, Nicholas Muellner, Ann Reichlin, Michael Robinson, and Melissa Zarem. Mara Baldwin works at Ithaca College as the director of the Handwerker Gallery.  Joshua Bonnetta, Nicholas Muellner, and Ron Jude are faculty members in the Roy Parks School of Communication.  Michael Robinson '03 is an IC alumni whose work was exhibited on campus at the Handwerker Gallery in October 2014. Melissa Zarem is a locally-based artist whose work was featured in a three-person exhibition at the Handwerker Gallery in March/April 2013.

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The 2015 Hangar Season opens with God of Carnage on Thursday, June 11 at 7:30 PM. It's not too late to subscribe to the entire, exciting season and see all four mainstage productions for nearly the cost of three. If you travel in the summer, the box office will be happy to exchange your tickets for dates that work for you. Go to http://www.hangartheatre.org/ for more information and the opportunity to order subscriptions, single tickets, and tickets for the wonderful KidStuff productions.

SYMBIOSIS: The love between words and music

Commencement Eve Concert
5/16/15 | 8:30 P.M. | Glazer Arena, Athletics & Events Center

You and your family are invited to the Commencement Eve Concert on Saturday, May 16, at 8:30 p.m. in the Glazer Arena, within the Athletics and Events Center. Admission is free.

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Hangar Theatre Discount!

Contributed by Arno Selco on 05/08/2015 

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When you subscribe to the 2015 Hangar Theatre season, you see all four mainstage productions practically for the cost of three. Don't worry about summer travel conflicting with your ticket dates. The Hangar box office staff will happily and efficiently exchange your tickets for an alternative date when you give them a call. In the video below, Jen Waldman, Artistic Director (and a former student of mine!) describes the exciting 2015 mainstage season. See you at the Hangar!

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  Hangar Theatre 2015 Season Announcement - YouTube Hear from Hangar Theatre Artistic Director, Jen Waldman about the 2015 Mainstage Summer Season. Learn a little bit about why she chose the plays and what you... Watch now...

 

The Diversity Awareness Committee is happy to present the Aspire Dance Company. Through performing, they are dedicated to changing the perception of dance and disability, one audience at a time.

 

 

  

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You are invited to an evening of wit and wonderment as Theatre Arts performance majors in the Styles of Acting course present scenes from William Shakespeare, Noel Coward and Oscar Wilde.

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The Studio, a co-curricular organization in the Park School, will host an open house tomorrow, Friday, May 1,​ during community Gallery Night in our downtown space from 5:00 pm until 8:00 p.m.  

See short films produced in or by The Studio, including No Fare, directed by Daniel Masciari, recently named to Variety's "110 Students to Watch" list.  The Studio gallery space is also exhibiting​ student photography. 

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The Roy H. Park School of Communications will host a variety of end-of-the-semester screenings, exhibitions, and presentations to showcase student work. All events are free.

Friday, May 1

Documentary Journalism
5:30 p.m.
Cinemapolis

Senior Media Thesis
7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Park Auditorium

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