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Contributed by Christine Kitano on 04/15/2016
Free popcorn! Raffle prizes!
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Contributed by Bill Hastings on 04/14/2016
Please join us Friday evening (Tonight!) for an installation by composer and media artist, Kathy McTavish.
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Contributed by Katharine Kittredge on 04/14/2016
On Sunday, April 17 at 1pm in Textor 102, nationally known hip-hop sensation Sammus will perform some of her songs and give her thoughts on race, gender, and gaming. Admission is free.
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Second-Annual ITHACA PAN ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL starts FRIDAY, APRIL 15. Join us for FREE POPCORN, CANDY, and RAFFLE PRIZES
Contributed by Christine Kitano on 04/14/2016
All are invited to the second-annual Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival. Events start tomorrow, Friday April 15, with a screening of Americanese in Textor 102 at 4:00pm. Director Eric Byler and author Shawn Wong will be joining us. Start the weekend right with a movie, popcorn, raffle prizes, and more!
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Contributed by Annette Levine on 04/12/2016
Join us on Wednesday, April 13th at 5:30pm in the Clark Lounge as we celebrate our graduating seniors and take part in an entertaining battle between the eight languages taught in the Modern Languages and Literatures Department.
Performers in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, and Spanish will compete for this year's trophy!
Latin is the defending 2015 champion!
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All are invited to the second-annual Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival. The festival opens this Friday, April 15, at 4:00pm in Textor 102 with a screening of Americanese. Director Eric Byler and author Shawn Wong will be joining us. Events run through the weekend, culminating Sunday night with the closing gala at 5:30pm in the Business School atrium.
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Contributed by Jacob White on 04/11/2016
The Department of Writing invites all to the Handwerker Gallery this Tuesday at 6pm for an evening of poetry readings by IC faculty and students.
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Show about Sexuality Touring Colleges--Monday, April 11th Performances at Ithaca College (5:30 & 8pm in McCarroll Studio Theatre, 1st floor Dillingham)
Contributed by Patricia Spencer on 04/10/2016
As part of the Peggy Ryan Williams Difficult Dialogue Symposium, Ithaca College will host Honest Accomplice Theatre out of NYC on Monday, April 11th in the Earl McCarroll Studio Theatre (1st floor Dillingham) for a 5:30pm AND 8pm performance of The Birds & The Bees: Unabridged--a performance examining partner communication, sexual identity, the desexualization of aging women, today's "hook-up" culture, sexual health, and more!
Please arrive early, since it is "first come, first served" for the two 50 seat performances. There will be a talkback with actors and local activists from 7-7:30pm, right after the first performance.
“This show touched on some very important and complex topics that are difficult to discuss and explain. The actors and actresses depicted some weighty scenarios with dignity and grace.” - Judy Krinitz, Assistant Director of Student Life, Queens College
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School of Music Dean Karl Paulnack will collaborate in the world premiere of Justin Merrit’s Ithaka, the first work commissioned through the Michael Steinberg and Jorja Fleezanis Fund. The concert will take place at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 8, at MacPhail Center for Music’s Antonello Hall in Minneapolis.
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The School of Humanities and Sciences and the Department of Writing are pleased to present a reading by acclaimed novelist Percival Everett, Distinguished Visiting Writer in Fiction.
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Contributed by Bill Hastings on 03/31/2016
The Creative Space Gallery features EXTRAPOLATE, a group exhibition of Ithaca College students, curated by Christina Davis and June Ota.
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Contributed by Patricia Zimmermann on 03/29/2016
19th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival
LANDSCAPES, CELESTIAL AND TERRESTIAL
Tuesday, March 29
Free and Open to the Public
LANDSCAPES: Open and closed spaces. Natural and artificial. Reverance and nostalgia. Geographies and extractions. Material and immaterial. Built and imagined.
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Thursday, March 31, 6 p.m.: Artist Talk Pilvi Takala Handwerker Gallery
Takala is a performance artist who puts herself into situations that test social conventions or boundaries. Her talk might be of particular interest to those with interest in sociology, psychology, and architecture. Her work is currently on view in the exhibition, NO/GOOD PLACE, on view at the Handwerker Gallery through Friday, April 22.
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Contributed by Patricia Zimmermann on 03/28/2016
The 19th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival opens today, Monday, March 28 and runs through Sunday April 3, on the Ithaca College campus and at Cinemapolis.
This year's festival theme is LANDSCAPES. Open and closed spaces. Natural and artificial. Reverance and nostalgia. Geographies and extractions. Material and immaterial. Built and imagined.
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Contributed by Kathleen Mulligan on 03/27/2016
The partition of India and Pakistan in 1947 and its effect on everyday people is the subject of two new documentaries that will be screened during the 19th Annual FLEFF Festival.
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The Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra will be traveling to Lincoln Center on Friday, April 15 to attend the New York Philharmonic’s performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 9 at 8:00 PM in David Geffen Hall. You are invited to join them!
The buses will depart at 12:30 PM by the Baker walkway near the Towers and leave Lincoln Center at 10:00 PM to return to IC. There are a limited amount of seats on the bus and tickets available to IC students, faculty, and staff.
The round-trip bus ride and concert ticket costs $40. To reserve your seat, bring a check made payable to Ithaca College to Derek Wallace in the School of Music main office (JJWCM 3320) and sign a waiver.
Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to attend. Tickets will be distributed on the bus on the way to NYC.
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