Art Preparator Brian Quan and senior Annie Shaw are working hard to prepare the Handwerker Gallery for its opening Feb. 24.
This June, the Ithaca College community received a new addition to its scenery: a vibrant mural of soaring birds on the wall next to the Free Speech Rock.
“The evolution of how this landscape was formed, I find to be incredible,” she said. “The sense of time that’s involved is almost incomprehensible.”
Discrimination against elderly members of the LGBTQ community may include shunning them, neglecting their care or attempting to convert them.
“Dark Passage” includes two bodies of work created by local artists: “Dissolve” and “The More That is Taken Away.” It will be open until Dec. 11.
The Handwerker Gallery’s first exhibit of the 2016–17 academic year, “Sun Flare,” which opened Aug. 31 and will remain open until Oct. 12.
On Aug. 31, the Handwerker Gallery debuted Sifuentes’ most recent project “Official Unofficial Voting Stations: Voting for all who legally can’t” which was inspired by her inability to vote due to her citizenship status.
Through the Complains Choir, a new music exhibition organized by the Handwerker Gallery, complaints from any person can be submitted and turned into a song.