The Creative Space Gallery on the Ithaca Commons has been taken over by B.F.A. candidates, senior Andrea Aguirre and junior Tatiana Malkin.
Ithaca College’s Handwerker Gallery has been transformed into a sensory overload of color, texture and music for its latest exhibition titled “Starting From Scratch.”
The Ithaca College art department’s first off-campus gallery, which opened its doors last spring, now presents its second installment, “Mutations.”
The Creative Space Gallery was made possible by a gift from an alum who specifically wanted the money to go towards a permanent gallery for the art department.
Dual exhibits at the Ink Shop, “dirty pictures” and “Something About Mary,” use historical printmaking techniques to explore their respective themes.
Senior students’ artwork was selected to exhibit as part of the senior art show “Letters to Our Future Selves” April 17 to May 18 in the Handwerker Gallery.
Cass Spencer, an award-winning creative and art director, visited the college and gave a lecture on taking advantage of data visualization. Assistant Accent Editor Steven Pirani spoke with Spencer about his career and design philosophy.
In December, when I wrote about the surprise release of Beyoncé’s self-titled fifth album for Imprint Magazine, I dismissed the argument that its marketing gimmick was the only force behind its explosive sales, but it seemed like a no-brainer that we’d see record labels taking risks with their methods of distribution for a chance at higher sales.