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THE ITHACAN

Editorial: Accessible art fosters community

Editorial: Accessible art fosters community

By The Ithacan April 4, 2024
When some think of art, they may think of big, prestigious museums or theaters with expensive entry fees and Eurocentric works. While those spaces may serve a purpose in the art world, local artistic spaces are just as, if not more, important, especially when it comes to promoting accessibility in the arts. 
The three permanent collections are located in the first, second and fifth floors of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, displaying works of different periods from all over the world.

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum: A taste of the cultures

By Sammie Macaranas, Staff Writer April 3, 2024
Located in the art quad of Cornell University, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art is a free art museum that features art from a multitude of artists. The museum opened in 1973 as a free of charge museum where students and residents alike could experience art pieces from across the globe. It is a place that serves its community by exposing them to different cultures through the art that they exhibit.
Elizebeth Wolff the Community Arts Partnership (CAP) ArtSpace Gallery on The Commons that featured Ithaca College student and faculty work focusing on the topic of immigration.

Local exhibit on migration showcases student art

By Emily Hung, Staff Writer November 7, 2019
Ithaca College students and professors contributed artwork and curated stories for an exhibit at Community Arts Partnership ArtSpace Gallery.
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