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Arts and Performances

Please join us for an end of the semester pizza party and art opening this Thursday, 5/9 from 4:30-6:30 pm at the Creative Space Gallery. We will be featuring the works of Intermediate and Advanced Sculpture and Painting, providing an overview of curricular changes in effect for Fall 2019 and celebrating all of YOU - our wonderful students! The Creative Space is located directly across the street from campus, and can be found at Loading Dock 5. There is plenty of free parking. See poster for more details. 

 

A Memorial Celebration for Hometown Hero and Civil Rights Icon, Dorothy F. Cotton

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 Come celebrate the end of the semester!

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 Come celebrate the end of the semester!

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 Join us to celebrate the end of the semester!

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So. Many. Concerts!

Those marked with * will be livestreamed at www.ithaca.edu/music/live and will be available on-demand a few days after the concert.

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The New Play Incubator provides a significant opportunity for aspiring IC writers to workshop short plays written and developed in Playwriting, and present them to the public in a festival-competition.

On Saturday, April 27, at 3 pm, seven finalist short plays will be showcased in the Clark Theatre (Dillingham Center), directed, acted, stage managed, and dramaturged by Theatre Arts students.

Distinguished Playwright Judge Chiori Miyagawa will select the winning plays and hand the Golden Egg and Silver Egg trophies to the winning playwrights.

 

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Featuring 25 students from IC's 2019 graduating class, we are pleased to open our final exhibition of the 2018-2019 Handwerker Gallery calendar. Please join us! Opening reception is on Thursday, May 25, 5-7 p.m.!

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WHAT: Concert by ICCE, Ithaca College Contemporary Ensemble and Guest Ensemble Yarn/Wire featuring the music of Stefano Gervasoni

WHEN: Tuesday, April 23 at 8:15 p.m. Pre-concert discussion begins at 7:00 p.m.

WHERE: Hockett Family Recital Hall, Whalen Center for Music

Free and Open to the Public 

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Come explore, experience, and give back to the beautiful Natural Lands!

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Are you stressed?

Contributed by Tim Ryan on 04/17/19 

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 This event focuses on relieving the pent up stress many students encounter throughout their college career. While at the same time, offering an opportunity to relax and have fun!

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Do you like cupcakes?

Contributed by Tim Ryan on 04/17/19 

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 Join us on April 18th from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Student Activity Center - 311 Egbert Hall, Campus Center for Cupcakes Galore!

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Dance Nation is a play about an army of pre-teen dancers who are fiercely committed to doing whatever it takes to triumph, not just at the Boogie Down Grand Prix in Tampa Bay, but at whatever life hurls at them. Clare Barron’s play—described as “blazingly original” by the New York Times—is about the awkward messiness of adolescence; about young people claiming and unleashing their power; and about the ways in which our adolescent selves are haunted by the adults we eventually become.

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Highlights of the next week below, full calendar here.

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Written by Julia Jordan and directed by Tyler Struble, Theatre Studies '19, Tatjana in Color imagines life through the eyes of 12-year-old Austrian girl Tatjana von Mossig, the subject of real-life painter Egon Schiele. 

Performances will run in the Earl McCarroll Studio Theatre in Dillingham Center from April 13-20. General admission tickets can be purchased for $5 at the Ithaca College Theatre Box Office in Dillingham Center, online at tickets.ithaca.edu, or by phone at (607) 274-3224. The box office is open Monday-Thursday from noon-5 p.m., and Friday from noon-4 p.m.

 

  The Ithaca College Choir will present Considering Matthew Shepard by Craig Hella Johnson on Tuesday, April 16 at 8:15 pm in Ford Hall. 

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The 21st Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival is honored to host three outstanding Ithaca College alums who work in the Indiewood and independent journalism sectors:  Rodrigo Brandao, Sara Corrigan, and Harry Greenberger.

All three graduated from the Roy H. Park School of Communications.  Brandao was a double degree in Cinema and Art History, in the School of Humanities and Sciences. 

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The 21st Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival presents:

EL ULTIMO MALON (Alcides Greca, Argentina, 1917)
Silent Film/Live Music/Performance
Saturday, April 6
7:30
Cinemapolis

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El Ultimo Malon is one of seven surviving Argentine silent films. It dramatizes the last indigenous rebellion in Argentina by the Mocovi. The film is presented in a collaborative partnership with  the Museo del Cine in Buenos Aires, the film archive for Argentine cinema. This screening features a recent 4K restoration of the film, as well a post-screening discussion with the archivist from the Museo del Cine, the actress, the musicians, and the scriptwriter.

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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) has formed a new collaborative partnership with the Museo del Cine Archive in Buenos Aires, Argentina to showcase silent and classic films. 

Argentina is a country with a long, vibrant, and internationally important filmmaking tradition, and the current explosion of form and genre shifting work in the Argentine New Wave.

This year at FLEFF, two films bookending one hundred years of cinema will be screened:  El Ultimo Malon, a rare 1917 film about an indigenous uprising; and Temporada de Caza (Hunting Season), a 2017 film by Natalia Garagiola about a teenager in Patagonia. Both screening at Cinemapolis. 

Head Archivist Andres Levinson will be on hand, participating in FLEFF LAB FRIDAY on campus, and doing the post-screening discussions after the films at Cinemapolis.

Check out the FLEFF 2019 schedule here:  www. ithaca.edu/fleff

FLEFF: A DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENT

The 21st Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival presents:

Film and events downtown at Cinemapolis April 3-7.

Cutting edge international independent cinema, with visiting filmmakers and artists, moderators, and robust post-screening discussions

These are ticketed events (everything on the Ithaca College campus is free). Passes available at the Ithaca College Bookstore:  $40 for a five pass, $20 for students with IDs

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