For his last semester at Ithaca College, senior Jon Kagan is enrolled in “Pixels Class.” Well, that’s what he said to persuade the students working in the library to let him print pieces of a blown-up photo of himself and his six roommates half-naked on 100 sheets of paper.
A photograph of a colored eye hangs across the room from a sculpture of a bronze skull. Rows of stark white heads on spikes stand next to a concrete arm climbing through wire. These and other works of art currently at the Handwerker Gallery give a glimpse of college life through an artist’s eyes.Read »
To end the Ithaca College theater season with a show about nothing may seem like a random choice. But Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” is a fitting note to end the year on after the department’s array of edgy, contemporary pieces.Read »
Since the early 2000s, some have said that rock is dead. With the expansion of electronics into the music world, fewer artists play their songs entirely live and rely more on computers. Enter the up-and-coming British group Male Bonding.Read »