Calendar and Cultural Events Initiative
Art History Department Events
September 21st @ 6 pm, Handwerker Gallery. Chelsea Hogan ('05) returns to Ithaca to talk about her path through the field of museum education. Chelsea is an Education Specialist at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles and founder of MuseumProv, which promotes the use of comedy improv in educational contexts.
September 28 - 30, Department Field Trip to Washington, D.C.
-- Sponsored by the Dept. of Art and the Dept. of Art History
-- All seats have been filled. (Sign-up is for Wait List ONLY).
-- Cost: $40 plus food.
-- Bus departs Ithaca College around 4:30 pm on Thursday, Sep. 28th and returns Saturday night.
-- Itinerary includes: National Museum of African American Art and Culture, National Museum of African Art, National Gallery of Art, National Cathedral, Hirshorn Museum, Freer and Sackler Galleries, and Architectural Highlights of Washington, D.C.!!!
November 14th @ 6 pm, Handwerker Gallery. Yutaka Sho (Associate Professor of Architecture, Syracuse University).
Handwerker Gallery Calendar
Click here for the semester's scheduled events.
Outside Off-Campus Events
Johnson Museum of Art
Check the museum's calendar page for current events.
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 tours available: 3 p.m. on the last Saturday of each month
Corning Museum of Glass
Features over 45,000 glass objects and home to one of world's best glass making studios. Offers gallery tours, lectures, seminars, and a wide selection of activities including a "Guest Artist Series," classes and seasonal programs. Popular is "2300°" -- a series of free, themed events featuring live glassmaking demonstrations by guest artists, live music and great regional fare. The 2300° events take place on the third Thursday of each month (November to March) from 6 pm to 8 pm. Admission is free. There is a charge for food and drinks. No registration is required.