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Arts and Performances

Saviana Stanescu, Associate Professor of Playwriting & Contemporary Theatre, and Walter Byongsok Chon, Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies, will present at Drama Across Borders: The Politics & Poetics of Contemporary Theatre in Translation at Cornell University and The Cherry Artspace, May 11–12, 2018.

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Commencement Eve Concert
Saturday, May 19, 2018 | 8:30 P.M. | Glazer Arena, Athletics & Events Center

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 Join us TONIGHT for the opening of MaMA!

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 Come explore LADDER, a multi-media installation designed and curated by Jacob Schaffel-Scherrer.

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School of Music Dean Karl Paulnack will be the featured keynote speaker at the 2018 Iowa Bandmasters’ Association Conference in Des Moines next week. He will speak on the topic of Bands in the 21st Century.  In addition, he will offer a series of workshops for IBA members designed to help musicians create personal mission statements, a process designed to encourage and develop human and artistic authenticity, originality and uniqueness.

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  • The owner of a cafe in the 9th Ward is determined to ride out Katrina...
  • An Irish immigrant recounts his experience fighting under General Grant at  the battle of Shiloh
  • A Jewish man and his family flee Russia with their life's savings hidden in a loaf of Challah bread.

 

 

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The Department of Art History invites all members of the Ithaca Community to join us Tuesday, May 1st and Wednesday, May 2nd, for the “Primitivism Before / Beyond Modernism Symposium.”

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 Join us this Friday May 4th for the opening reception of MaMA

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(And get your final concert and recital swipes!) 

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 Join us this Friday May 4th for the opening exhibition of MaMA.

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This year's special one-day Mini-Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival will take place on Friday, April 27th from 6:00-10:00 pm in Park Auditorium on the IC campus. Come celebrate Asian American films by IC students, alumni, and faculty!

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Stillwater Magazine, the Department of Writing's student-edited literary and arts magazine, proudly announces the release of its 2017-2018 edition. 

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Join us as we wrap up the semester with ensemble concerts and more! Including masterworks Holst's The Planets and Mozart's Requiem

All concerts are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted. 

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The fourth annual Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival will take place on Friday, April 27th from 6:00-10:00 pm in Park Auditorium on the IC campus. This year's one-day "mini" event will showcase Asian American films by IC students, alumni, and faculty.

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The fourth annual Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival will take place on Friday, April 27th from 6:00-10:00 pm in Park Auditorium on the IC campus. This year's one-day "mini" event will showcase Asian American films by IC students, alumni, and faculty.

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 Join us this Thursday evening for installations and performance at CSG.

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TROICA: A Farewell Concert

Contributed by Steven Mauk on 04/17/18 

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 Join Birr, Dunnick, and Mauk for a final, farewell concert of the trio TROICA.

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Join us in the School of Music for a concert - sit back, relax, and just enjoy! 

All concerts are free and open to the public. 

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 Join us for an evening of art performance and installations this Thursday April 19th 5-7pm

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The Wolves focuses upon a girls’ high school soccer team. Each scene is a warm-up before a game. During those warm-ups, the girls talk about everything from genocide to tampons; meanwhile, their own complicated relationship to the group, to their families, and to a larger world with which they are just starting to grapple is subtly revealed. The Wolves is about coming of age, about the isolation and anxieties of adolescence, and about the interrelationship between our personal identities and the communities that we form to fulfill and contain them. 

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