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October 24, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

The Spook Squad and The Sewer Soldier

By The Ithacan | Mar 3, 2016

There’s a mysterious monster haunting the London sewers…can the Spook Squad crack the case and save the day!?

Ithaca College alum invokes conflict through exhibit

By | Feb 23, 2016

The “Mind vs. Body” exhibit at the Creative Space Gallery is open until Feb. 28 and features artwork from Carolyn Hoffman.

Sculpting a Community: Ithaca local creates an artistic hub

By | Feb 3, 2016

Ithaca local Julia Dean took her passions for art and ceramics to create the The Clay School for community artists.

London A-Z

By | Dec 19, 2015

In London, one of the most-loved and most-used London Guidebooks is called the London A-Z. You can find this book in any convenience store, street vendor, Waterstone, and on any shelf in ICLC. My personal semester-long project was to create my own London A-Z, featuring all of my favorite/most memorable London places and spaces!

Everyday objects inherit forms of virtual reality

By | Dec 7, 2015

“The Inheritance” exhibit by Huang Hsin-Chien features everyday actions presented along with video and animation.

Student Print Fair features original student artwork

By | Dec 1, 2015

The Creative Space Gallery’s Student Print Fair featured original artwork from students who have taken all levels of printmaking classes at the college.

New gallery comments on construction of spaces

By | Nov 11, 2015

Artist Naomi J. Falk opened her solo exhibit, “The Space Between,” at the Creative Space Gallery, which will showcase different sculptures and collages.

London Safety Tips

By | Nov 1, 2015

You know what’s cool? Safe Travel! Allie illustrates some things she’s learned about safe travel these past couple of months-it’s always good to be prepared!

Orange is the New Black (when it comes to Venetian Footwear)

By The Ithacan | Oct 26, 2015

For our Fall Break Trip, the majority of Flat #5 ran off on a Bus2Alps trip to Italy, the great Latini homeland! My favorite stop was Venice, a city in which there are more canals than streets. On the first day of our visit, the streets were so flooded that we needed to walk on ramps…

Art historian gives talk on community revitalization

By | Oct 11, 2015

Hayes told the audience firsthand accounts of her experiences with “broken and fractured systems” — organizations like municipalities, nonprofits and developers that failed to address racial and socioeconomic problems within their respective communities. A main focus of the talk was race, and racial issues were very closely intertwined with much of Hayes’ work.

Chapter 1: Hello World!

By | Sep 15, 2015

Fanny packs, despite American Apparel’s best efforts, have been rapidly fading from both the fashion and travel industries. Believe it or not, Money Belts are now in vogue.