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19th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival

LANDSCAPES, CELESTIAL AND TERRESTIAL
Concert with Multimedia

Tuesday, March 29
8:15 p.m.
Hockett Recital Hall
Ithaca College

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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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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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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Take advantage of the next week of concerts offered by the School of Music. A full listing of all concerts and events is available at ithaca.edu/concerts; some highlights are featured below. 

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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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Ithaca College Complaints Choir
FINAL PERFORMANCE

(taking place during the exhibition opening reception of NO/GOOD PLACE)
Thursday, March 24, 2016
6:00-6:05 pm

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Please join us for the opening reception of NO/GOOD PLACE, curated by Paul Wilson (Department of Art History) and featuring the work of nine Finnish artists making work about utopia.

Opening Reception
Thursday, March 24, 5-7pm
(***SPECIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE IC COMPLAINTS CHOIR AT 6 PM!***)
Handwerker Gallery

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Wednesday, March 23, 6:00 pm: Artist Talk by Otto Karvonen
Handwerker Gallery

Otto Karvonen will speak about his work on view in the current exhibition at the Handwerker Gallery, NO/GOOD PLACE, and answer questions about his practice and ideas.

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The Ithaca College Department of Theatre Arts will present The Others, a devised piece centering around microaggressions and macroaggressions on college campuses.

Tickets for The Others are free but reservations are required. To reserve tickets please fill out and submit the form found at the following link: http://goo.gl/forms/QoNGJT57VH. A confirmation email will be sent in response.

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Please stop by the Handwerker Gallery this Tuesday, March 22, at 6pm for the Department of Writing's second Handwerker Reading Series event of the semester, featuring readings of fiction and poetry by Writing faculty Mary Beth O'Connor and Jim Stafford as well as by Writing majors Alexis Farabaugh and Grace Rychwalksi. The readings will be followed by a short open mic -- so bring something to read! 

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A faculty showcase of music by retiring composition professor Dana Wilson, a faculty trombone recital, a guest piccolo recital, and the next Wind Ensemble concert---all in the next two weeks!  See the full calendar for the plentiful student recitals as well.

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Are you a senior (graduating in May or December) who has taken at least two art/photo classes?  If you are, that means you're eligible to submit work to the 2016 Senior Art Show!

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Need a pre spring break break?  There are many concerts this week in the School of Music that would welcome you coming to listen!

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Maestra Cornelia Laemmli Orth leads the orchestra in Beethoven's Fourth Symphony and the Haydn Cello Concerto in C major, featuring internationally renowned cellist, Clive Greensmith. 

Tickets are available at the door, or through brownpapertickets.com

Students get in free at the door (Student RUSH) with an Ithaca College ID.

The Art Department's Creative Space Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition of mixed media work by Upstate New York artist, Nick Ruth. Please join us for the opening, TONIGHT Friday, March 4th 5-8pm, as part of Downtown Ithaca's Gallery Night.

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 The Art Department's Creative Space Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition of mixed media work by Upstate New York artist, Nick Ruth. Please join us for the opening Friday, March 4th 5-8pm.

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The School of Humanities and Sciences and the Department of Writing are pleased to present a reading by acclaimed memoirist Abigail Thomas, Distinguished Visiting Writer in Nonfiction.

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High on the hill in Collegetown last Thursday, June 12, in front of a standing-room-only crowd, members of the Ithaca College School of Music Jazz faculty—including Michael Titlebaum (saxophone), Greg Evans (drum set), and Nicholas Walker (double bass)—played side-by-side with the Ithaca High School Jazz Ensemble, directed by Michael Treat, an IC School of Music alum.

A unique opportunity for both groups, the concert featured compositions by Ithaca College Jazz Studies Director Michael Titlebaum, Ithaca College Professor Emeritus Steve Brown, and Ithaca High School students Soren Jung and Kieran Loehr, as well as works by Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Machito, Rogers & Heart, Bob Shaut, and Pat Metheny.   

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