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Video: Hidden Talents of Ithaca – Will Gelder, digital painter

By | Apr 18, 2013

Junior Will Gelder uses Photoshop unlike anyone else by digital painting. According to Gelder, his hidden talent is 40 percent fun and 60 percent work, but pays off. See why in this new Hidden Talents of Ithaca.

A week in photos — April 18, 2013

By | Apr 18, 2013

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Video: Hidden Talents of Ithaca – Jack Simons, multi-instrumentalist and musical engineer

By | Apr 11, 2013

Junior Jack Simons discusses his passion for music, his work in musical engineering, and shows off his guitar skills in this week’s Hidden Talents of Ithaca.

Experimental art emerges internationally

By | Oct 25, 2012

Megan Roberts, associate professor of media arts, sciences and studies, and Raymond Ghirardo, professor of art, recently received an award for their media installation, “Submerged.”

Romantic multimedia opera showcases musical technology

By | Oct 14, 2012

Ithaca College hosted a new kind of music recital with the production “Written in My Heart,” a program that rewrote the typical opera concert by combining opera, literature, art and interactive technology.

A list of things Lindsay NoHANDS made me think and feel, plus an interview

By | Sep 26, 2012

Our blogger muses about a blog dedicated to pictures of Lindsay Lohan with her hands photoshopped off.

Cognitive creations

By | Sep 5, 2012

The Handwerker Gallery features a large-scale art exhibit by Patricia Bellan-Gillen. The opening reception for the exhibit will be 5 p.m. Thursday at the Handwerker Gallery.

Sew Good: Dillingham designer creates community while dressing actors

By | Feb 22, 2012

To a stranger peeking through the window of Dillingham Room 020, the scattered piles of cloth, scissors and beads that lie on the tables within may signal chaos.

Johnson museum soars with new wing

By | Oct 26, 2011

Caution tape, the buzz of machinery and dust in the air disguise the distinct contours and stark angles of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art’s newest installation — a just-finished 16,000-square-foot wing.

Midwest art forms disjointed exhibit

By | Sep 14, 2011

The figure is one of the most fundamental parts of human existence. Artists spend lifetimes studying it. They learn its different lines, angles, curves and shades. Then they spend the rest of their career drawing, painting and experimenting, all just to find ways of interpreting it.