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Arts and Performances

The New York–based nonprofit performing and teaching organization Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company launches its new educational digital platform, Dance with Us, in two weeks. Harper's Bazaar has selected the event as one of the "10 Best Art, Dance, Theater, and Music Events" nationally in June. The year-long project involves five Ithaca College alumnae--recent graduates--and three current IC students from the Department of Theatre Arts.

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8:00pm Thursday, May 20, 2021

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Work produced by students in the capstone class Photographic Workshop is on display at Gallery 183, located on the first floor of the Roy H. Park School of Communications.

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Come hear IC alumnx Eric Machan Howd (Class of 1990 and IC Assistant Professor), Bridget Meeds (Class of 1991), and nicole v basta (Class of 2010) read their poetry on Sunday, May 16th, from 4:10 - 5:10 pm, during the Spring Writes Festival.

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Take walk across campus to the Handwerker Gallery for a glimpse of work by 22 graduating student artists in NEVER SETTLE, curated by Lily Hoffman '21. The gallery is open May 10-18, (M-F, closed weekends) from noon-2:30 p.m. daily. Remote family/friends/fans can take a spin through the virtual gallery or peruse the exhibition website (links below). The exhibition opened on Thursday, April 22, and will remain on view through May 18, 2021. Please contact mbaldwin@ithaca.edu with questions about open hours and class visits. 

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Dear Friends,

It was our great honor to host Fine Artists at Five from March 2020 until today’s (Friday, May 7) performance. We hope to restart, perhaps in a different format, in the fall. In the meantime, we wish to express our sincere gratitude to all the artists who helped us learn what our community brings to the arts, and who showed us the invariable ways that art invigorates our lives. Thank you also to everyone who joined us and contributed to our conversations as we helped each other through a very difficult year.

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The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to host Ithaca College Community Artists each Friday at 5pm. In a mere 15-20 minutes, learn what our community brings to the arts, and the invariable ways art invigorates our lives. This week’s guest is Baruch Whitehead.

To gain the Zoom link, send a message to Gordon Rowland (rowland@ithaca.edu)

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This semester’s Dance for the Camera course--offered for the first time at IC--culminates in a free, open screening of student works on Friday, May 14 at 9am. Start the last day of Final Exam Week with an uplifting and entertaining assortment of brief dance films.

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May 7th and 8th, 8:30PM
(get there earlier!)

Serendipity's Backlot
South Hill Business Campus, 950 Danby Rd

Reserve your pod (up to six people):
https://forms.gle/Ku8Ws5a2TgXvZEty5

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The Robert G. Boehmler Community Foundation Series welcomes back Quinteto Latino, with Felipe Nieto '15
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Be sure to catch this performance as the Ithaca College Jazz Ensemble will be performing the winning pieces from the 2020-2021 David P. (’60) and Susan W. Wohlhueter Jazz Composition Contest. The concert will be tonight, Friday, April 30th, 2021 at 8:15pm. Up to 70 students will be permitted to attend the concert live in Ford Hall; all others can view the web stream live at http://bit.ly/icjazzapril30.

The jazz ensemble members all participated in the judging of this year’s contest, which is done anonymously. All of the identifying information in the composer’s submissions is hidden until the winners are decided. This year, entries came from far and wide. 122 pieces were received from 22 countries outside the U.S. and from 28 U.S. states.

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Professor Kathleen Mulligan, Theatre Arts, will offer a new course "Performing Dialects: Understanding Characters Through Language" as part of the May session 2021. All levels of experience are welcome! The course will provide practice in identifying specific sound changes to shift from one's unique idiolect to the dialect of a character. Exploration of four dialects/accents will be offered in the two-week course.

 

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The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to host Ithaca College Community Artists each Friday at 5pm. In a mere 15-20 minutes, learn what our community brings to the arts, and the invariable ways art invigorates our lives. This week’s guest is Amy Walker O’Brien.

To gain the Zoom link, send a message to Gordon Rowland (rowland@ithaca.edu).

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On Friday, April 30th, at 7 p.m., the On the Verge reading series, in collaboration with the New Voices Literary Festival, will present a Zoom-based performance of a new play by visiting author Gina Femia. The Virtuous Fall of the Girls from Our Lady of Sorrows is about a group of girls at a Catholic high school who decide to stage their own sequel to Shakespeare's Measure for Measure, entitled M4M2, eliciting consternation from their teachers. Virtuous Fall is a moving, funny and poignant coming-of-age tale about young people finding the courage to embrace their evolving selves. 

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Join us on Zoom to hear from four graduating BFA students from the Department of Art present their senior thesis projects: Danielle Fernandez, Dean Shinner, Olivia Long, and Andrew Lackland. The event is open to the public and will be hosted and moderated by senior show curator Lily Hoffman '21, with opportunities for public comments and questioning at the end of the presentations.

NEVER SETTLE: 2021 BFA Senior Thesis Artist Talk

Thursday, 4/29, 6.00 p.m. EST

Join Zoom Meeting https://ithaca.zoom.us/j/7870495721?pwd=aS8zeThib2R0S0ozQzdodWlCZGFjUT09
Meeting ID: 787 049 5721 Passcode: 743892

 

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Take walk across campus to the Handwerker Gallery for a glimpse of work by 22 graduating student artists in NEVER SETTLE, curated by Lily Hoffman '21. Remote family/friends/fans can take a spin through the virtual gallery or peruse the exhibition website (links below). The exhibition opened on Thursday, April 22, and will remain on view through May 18, 2021. Please contact mbaldwin@ithaca.edu with questions about open hours and class visits.

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The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to host Ithaca College Community Artists each Friday at 5pm. In a mere 15-20 minutes, learn what our community brings to the arts, and the invariable ways art invigorates our lives. This week’s guest is Laura Amoriello.

To gain the Zoom link, send a message to Gordon Rowland (rowland@ithaca.edu).

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Cayuga Lake Books is pleased to present a reading by Cory Brown from his recently released book of poems, A Long Slow Climb. The book is a collection of sonnets that meditate on our current pandemic, many in conversation with Dante's "Divine Comedy."

zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82445107382?pwd=WVZZL1c0MzFZL29aOGp2LzVjZkxkdz09.

The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival announces the Best of the Fest Programmers’ Picks from the 2021 edition.

All five titles are all available on FLEFF Cinemapolis Eventive platform from April 12-April 18 for an extended one-week run available 24/7(ticketed screenings). Festival All Access and Five Passes can be used for these titles.

From China, France, Mexico, Morocco, and the US, these documentary and narrative films deal with women’s friendship, unwed motherhood, migrants, narcos, Agent Orange, toxic waste, gentrification and demolition, and more. 

Adam (Maryam Tourani, Morocco, 2019)

Identifying Features (Fernanda Valadez, Mexico, 2020)

One Says No (Dayong Zhao, China, 2020)

The People vs. Agent Orange (Alan Adelson and Kate Taverna, US, 2020)

Rouge (Red Soil) (Farid Bentoumi, France, 2020) 

FLEFF: A DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENT

 The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to host Ithaca College Community Artists each Friday at 5pm. In a mere 15-20 minutes, learn what our community brings to the arts, and the invariable ways art invigorates our lives. This week’s guest is Jacob White.

To gain the Zoom link, send a message to Gordon Rowland (rowland@ithaca.edu).

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