Exhibits at the Library

Exhibits

During 2016, exhibits include:

Winter

Project for a Re-Volution in New York, curated by Todd Ayoung and Krishna Ramanujan. A copy of the installation catalog can be downloaded here, or purchased here.

Spring

Four Artists, curated by Arthur Whitman and featuring the work of Madeleine Bialke, Scout Dunbar, Stephan Phillips, and Gizem Vural, will be on display through June 30, 2016. A copy of the installation catalog can be found here.

Summer

Visual Culture at Ithaca High School, artwork from Ithaca High School students, will be on display during July.

Outsider Art, artwork from some of the special schools in Tompkins County curated by Jessica Wall Crawford, will be on display during August and September.

Fall

During October and November two photographic exhibits will be on display. Historic Ithaca presents 50 Years of Historic Preservation in Tompkins County, and Ithaca College presents student work.

Winter
December 2016 through February 2017
Ithaca Explores Human Origins

During December TCPL presents Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean to Be Human?, a Smithsonian/American Library Association traveling exhibit.

During January and February, TCPL, with support from Museum of the Earth, Cornell University and Ithaca College, presents Who We Were Makes Us Who We Are.

Unless otherwise noted, opening receptions are held in conjunction with Gallery Nights from 5 to 8 pm on the first Friday of the month following installation. Please join us.

For more information, check Sally's blog, Exhibits at TCPL, the TCPL News Blog or contact Sally Grubb at (607) 272-4557 extension 232, sgrubb@tcpl.org.

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