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Calendar of Events in the Finger Lakes

Festivals, Happy Hour, Live Music, Theatre, and More!

It doesn’t matter what your interests are or who you’re in the Finger Lakes with, you can always find a great event to enrich your time in the region with those you care about. 

Events take place all year round in the Finger Lakes region. From lakeside (and on the lake) events in the summer to harvest activities in the fall, snowmobiling or snowshoeing in the winter, and festivals in the springtime! Step inside a glassmaker’s studio to blow your own glass, stroll Main Street on a food tour, or gather for live music and theater performances. Browse the list of Finger Lakes events below or search the specific dates you will be visiting to see everything going on in the region.

Great Events that Happen Every Year

Below, you will find dozens of great events happening throughout the year with many of them happening annually. If you have memories of favorite annual Finger Lakes events from childhood such as cardboard boat regattas, hot air balloon festivals, cheese, apple or pumpkin festivals, to name a few, it’s likely that event that still takes place or, has likely improved your enjoyment. If you see a special event that piques your interest but can’t make it, click on the event anyway, it might be coming back next year!

Events Added Daily

Make sure to check back frequently to see if any other great events have been added. Events are added daily by businesses from every sector and interest so if there is nothing that sparks your interest now, there very well could be soon!
 

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Events for June 1, 2018 x
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Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

Ithaca Festival 2018
Ithaca Festival

The Ithaca Festival is a weekend music and arts celebration, the premier event of its kind in Tompkins County. Over 1,000 talented local musicians, painters, dancers, clowns, community groups, and ensembles perform throughout the Ithaca Festival weekend. Enjoy multiple stages of entertainment, some special kid’s activities, a craft show, a parade, a local film festival, an arts for social justice area, and delicious festival food at various locations.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Geneva Music Festival: "A Transfigured Night"

Cavani String Quartet members Si-Yan Lei and Eric Wong with Jinjoo Cho, Geoffrey Herd, and
Max Geissler explore the diverse and expressive styles from the turn of the 20th century
featuring Fauré’s Piano Quartet No. 1 in c minor and Schoenberg’s poetic masterpiece,
Verklarte Nacht.

history on tap
History on Tap

Experience a unique happy hour with friends in the midst of our Historic Village! Sample local craft beers, wines, ciders, and more, including GCV&M's own Fat Ox and Intrepid Ales. Munch on festival foods from GCV&M restaurants, while live music from local artists energizes your evening. Explore the museum grounds after hours and enjoy special access to our historic homes! Full glasses, bottles and growlers of your favorite beverages will be available for purchase. Purchase advance tickets online and save $5!

This event is only for adults ages 21+ (no infants/small children allowed). ID will be checked at the door.

Admission includes:

  • 2 oz. tastings of beers, wines and ciders
  • LIVE music
  • Costumed guides in buildings throughout the Historic Village
  • Access to browse other historic homes the Historic Village
It's All About the Dads During the June Friday on Franklin in Watkins Glen

Watkins Glen, NY – Celebrate Father's Day a little early at our Friday on Franklin event on Friday, June 1 from 5-8pm in downtown Watkins Glen! We're even offering $2 off tickets for dads, but of course, the event is open to all. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and invite your friends and family. Here are our participating businesses and the local love they'll be sharing:

 

·         Watkins Glen Wine & Spirits featuring wine tasting by Wagner Vineyards

·         Colonial Pottery and Creamery featuring wine tasting by Barry Family Cellars and handmade products by Fleece, Stitch, and Glitz

·         Inner Peace Floats featuring wine tasting by Fulkerson Winery

·         Franklin Street Art Gallery featuring wine tasting by Hector Wine Company

·         Famous Brands featuring wine tasting by Lakewood Vineyards

·         Seneca Signature Scents featuring local cheese by Sunset View Creamery as well as art and jewelry from FLAVOR Studio

·         Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce featuring locally-roasted coffee by Seneca Sunrise Coffee

 

Enjoy live music by 3D, with an eclectic mix of instrumental music that draws from old-time, Americana, Celtic, folk, pop, jazz, and ragtime, in the courtyard between Glen Mountain Market and GRAFT wine + cider bar (6-8pm). In the event of rain, you'll find the live music at the Chamber Visitor Center.

This month we'll also introduce a loyalty card for our locals! Receive a stamp for each Friday on Franklin that you participate in. Collect 9 stamps and attend the 10th month for free! This event takes place rain or shine (see below for inclement weather policy).

It's just $10 to participate in the fun and dads receive $2 off their ticket price! Begin at the Chamber (214 N. Franklin Street) where you'll get your tasting glass, wrist band, and map of stops - then head out on your way tasting, sampling, and rocking through downtown! Friday on Franklin is a great way to kick off the weekend, all while supporting downtown shops and local businesses.

This event series is organized by the Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Elmira Savings Bank. For more information, visit: www.watkinsglenchamber.com/friday-franklin.  

Levinthal photograph from IED series
Gallery Talk with Photographer David Levinthal at the Eastman

Photographer David Levinthal and Curator in Charge Lisa Hostetler will be in conversation and guide guests through the exhibition War, Myth, Desire, the first museum retrospective of Levinthal's work in more than twenty years.

David Levinthal (American, b. 1949). Untitled, 2008. From the series I.E.D. Inkjet print. George Eastman Museum, gift of Donald Rosenfeld Jr. © David Levinthal

 

Brantley Gilbert
Brantley Gilbert with special guest The Cadillac Three at Tag's

BIG FLATS, NY- CrossRhodes Entertainment welcomes Brantley Gilbert with special guests The Cadillac Three on Friday, June 1st to the Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag’s in Big Flats, NY. Gates will open at 6:30 PM and the show will begin at 8 PM.

Tickets officially go on sale Friday, March 9th at 10 AM. Tickets are priced at: $44.50 for general admission, $69.50 for reserved seating, and $99.50 for the gold circle. There will be three different VIP packages that include premium seating: (VIP1) “The Ones That Like Me” VIP experience is $374.50, (VIP2) “The Weekend” VIP experience is $249.50, (VIP3) “Outlaw In Me” premium ticket bundle is $174.50. More information will be available at Tagstickets.com. Tickets can be purchased by calling 800-650-TAGS, going to www.tagstickets.com, or stopping by Tag’s Restaurant.

Brantley Gilbert is an American country singer, songwriter and record producer from Jefferson, Georgia. He was originally signed to Colt Ford’s label, Average Joes Entertainment, where he released Modern Day Prodigal Son and Halfway to Heaven. In 2011, he signed with Valory Music Co., a division of Big Machine Records, who re-released Halfway to Heaven with new recordings and bonus tracks. Its first two singles, “Country Must Be Country Wide” and “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do”, both went to number one on the Hot Country Songs chart. After them, “Kick It in the Sticks” peaked at number 34, and “More Than Miles” at number 7 on Country Airplay. He won the ACM New Male Artist award in 2013. Gilbert’s second Valory album, Just as I Am, was released in May 2014. Its lead single, “Bottoms Up”, also reached number one. The second single, “Small Town Throwdown”, featured guest vocals from labelmates Thomas Rhett and Justin Moore. The third single, “One Hell of an Amen”, became Brantley’s fourth number one hit in 2015. The album’s fourth single, “Stone Cold Sober”, is off Platinum Edition of Just As I Am.

The Cadillac Three, originally known as The Cadillac Black, is an American Southern rock group consisting of Jaren Johnston (lead vocals, guitar), Kelby Ray (bass guitar, Dobro, acoustic guitar, vocals), and Neil Mason (drums, vocals). Between 2011 and 2013, Johnston co-wrote “You Gonna Fly” for Keith Urban, “Southern Girl” for Tim McGraw, and “Days of Gold” for Jake Owen (with Neil Mason). In late 2013, the trio released its debut single, “The South.” It features guest vocals from Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley, and Mike Eli of the Eli Young Band. Billy Dukes of Taste of Country praised the song for its Southern rock influences. The song debuted at number 58 on the Country Airplay charts dated for the week ending December 21, 2013 On January 15, 2014, the group played their song on an episode of Nashville. The band’s second album, Bury Me in My Boots, was released on August 5, 2016. It debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, selling 11,000 copies in the first week

(VIP1) “The Ones That Like Me” VIP Experience includes:
-One Premium Reserved In The First 5 Rows
-One Priority Meet and Greet with Brantley Gilbert
-One Meet and Greet Photo with Brantley Gilbert
-Access To Brantley’s Pre-Show Acoustic Performance, Q&A and Cash
Bar
-One VIP Only Poster, Limited & Numbered (Shipped After The Show)
-One Commemorative VIP Laminate & Lanyard (Picked Up At The
Show)
-Priority Entry Into The Venue
-Access To On Site VIP Concierge

(VIP2) “The Weekend” VIP Experience includes:
-One Reserved Ticket In The First 10 Rows
-Access To Brantley’s Pre-Show Acoustic Performance, Q&A and Cash
Bar
-One VIP Only Poster, Limited & Numbered (Shipped After The Show)
-One Commemorative VIP Laminate & Lanyard (Picked Up At The
Show)
-Priority Entry Into The Venue
-Access To On Site VIP Concierge

(VIP3) “Outlaw In Me” Premium Ticket Bundle includes:
-One Reserved Ticket In The First 15 Rows
-One VIP Only Poster, Limited & Numbered (Shipped After The Show)
-One Commemorative VIP Laminate & Lanyard (Picked Up At The
Show)
-Priority Entry Into The Venue
-Access To On Site Concierge

Events for June 2, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

Ithaca Festival 2018
Ithaca Festival

The Ithaca Festival is a weekend music and arts celebration, the premier event of its kind in Tompkins County. Over 1,000 talented local musicians, painters, dancers, clowns, community groups, and ensembles perform throughout the Ithaca Festival weekend. Enjoy multiple stages of entertainment, some special kid’s activities, a craft show, a parade, a local film festival, an arts for social justice area, and delicious festival food at various locations.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

dog husky
10th Annual Dog Walk at Hunt Country Vineyards

Join Hunt Country Vineyards for the 10th Annual Dog Walk! Rain or Shine - Supporting the Humane Society of Yates County.

Woofstock 2018, June 2, 12-7p at Americana Vineyards Winery
Woofstock 2018: Local Rescue & Shelter Benefit

Bring the dogs, kids, family and friends for a few hours or the whole day to the 6th annual Woofstock, Americana Vineyards Winery's annual fundraiser for local animal rescues and shelters, hosted by Mav & Lil, our rescue pups! A day of kids games, raffles, live music all day starting at noon graciously donated by top local bands; food & wine, pet & people vendors, Doggie Divas Fashion Show (Theme: Superheroes), Doggie Agility Course, Dog Park, Live Auctions (FLX Getaways) and even a bounce house! Free admission with cash and pet-supply donations (food, bedding, grooming tools, toys, etc.), and receive in exchange Doggone Fun Tickets that can be used for food, games, wine tastings, slushies, auction items, dog show votes & more! 

Music: Pavilion Stage
12-2 The Tarps
2:15-4:15 El Caminos
4:30-8:00, Purple Valley

For a full schedule of events, go to: http://woofstockflx.weebly.com/

June 2nd at The Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag's
Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly

Magic City Productions welcomes the Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly on Saturday, June 2nd to the Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag’s in Big Flats, NY. Gates will open at 5:30 PM and the show will begin at 7 PM. 

Tickets officially go on sale Monday, March 19th at 3 PM. This concert is an all general admission show and tickets will be $42.50. Tickets are an additional $10  the day of the show. More information will be available at Tagstickets.com. Tickets can be purchased by calling 800-650-TAGS, going to www.tagstickets.com, or stopping by Tag’s Restaurant.

Walk for Water at the Keuka Outlet Trail #NationalTrailsDay

Use the links below to register now to participate in the  "Walk for Water on National Trails Day".  You will receive a reusable water bottle (while supplies last) and support Friends of the Outlet, Inc., Penn Yan Rotary, and HTS Congo.  This five mile fun walk through nature, history, and more will begin at the Penn Yan boat launch at about 9am.  There will be water and snacks available on the trail, and a picnic with lawn games at the Cascade Mills Falls starting at 12:30pm.  Participate in at least 4 interactive learning opportunities on the trail and turn in your card for admission to the picnic. 

 

​Bring friends and park an extra car in the designated parking area at Cascade Mills Falls, or use the provided shuttle to get back to Penn Yan after the picnic. 

 

We would like to invite participants and supporters to spread the word and create their own fundraising campaign to support this event by going to: www.crowdrise.com/wfwntd

Museum Clearance Items Prove Popular at Sodus Point's Sale Around the Point.
Sale Around the Point

The Sodus Bay Lighthouse is participating in this year’s community-wide garage sale.  Shop for museum store clearance merchandise, furniture, artwork, and gently used items.

Geneva Music Festival: "A Transfigured Night"

Cavani String Quartet members Si-Yan Lei and Eric Wong with Jinjoo Cho, Geoffrey Herd, and
Max Geissler explore the diverse and expressive styles from the turn of the 20th century
featuring Fauré’s Piano Quartet No. 1 in c minor and Schoenberg’s poetic masterpiece,
Verklarte Nacht.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Hammondsport Village Yard Sales
Hammondsport Village Yard Sale

Don't miss the Village Yard Sales in Hammondsport on Saturday, June 2nd! If you are interested in holding your own sale and are located within village limits, let the Chamber office know by May 26th and we can list your location on the Yard Sale Map that will be distributed at the visitor center on June 2nd!

Please call 607-569-2989 or email trinity@hammondsport.org for questions.

Events for June 3, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

Ithaca Festival 2018
Ithaca Festival

The Ithaca Festival is a weekend music and arts celebration, the premier event of its kind in Tompkins County. Over 1,000 talented local musicians, painters, dancers, clowns, community groups, and ensembles perform throughout the Ithaca Festival weekend. Enjoy multiple stages of entertainment, some special kid’s activities, a craft show, a parade, a local film festival, an arts for social justice area, and delicious festival food at various locations.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Geneva Music Festival: "Cavani 'Collage'"

The Festival’s “Music, Poetry, and Perspectives: A Celebration of African American Culture” kicks off with the Cavani String Quartet (Annie Fullard, Mari Sato, Eric Wong, Si-Yan Li) and poet Mwatabu Okantah, in a program of spoken poetry woven in and around music.

Events for June 4, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Events for June 5, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Events for June 6, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Events for June 7, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Geneva Music Festival: "Blues and Spirituals"

Internationally known pianist Michelle Cann makes her GMF debut, performing with Eliot Heaton, Geoffrey Herd, Shawn Moore, Colin Brookes and Max Geissler. The program features Dvořák’s “American” String Quartet as well as David Baker’s piano trio Roots II and other works inspired by African American music.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Events for June 8, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Geneva Music Festival: "Lena: A Moment with a Lady"

Broadway and TV star Syndee Winters performs her one-woman show depicting the life and
career of Lena Horne. Accompanied by a jazz quintet, Syndee will perform many of Lena’s
most popular tunes in her telling of this wonderful artist and civil rights leader’s story

Gin Blossoms, Tonic and Vertical Horizon
Gin Blossoms with very special guests Tonic and Vertical Horizon

Magic FM and Gem 98.7 welcomes Gin Blossoms with very special guests Tonic, and Vertical Horizon on Friday, June 8th to the Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag’s in Big Flats, NY. Gates will open at 6:30 PM and the show will begin at 8 PM.  

 

Tickets officially go on sale Friday, April 6th at 10 AM. Tickets are $19.75 for general admission, $39.75 for reserved seating, and $49.75 for gold circle, $149 for the Opener VIP package, and $229 for the Headliner VIP package. Tickets are 15% off as an early bird special and will revert to full price two weeks before the show. Tickets are $5 more day of show. More information will be available at Tagstickets.com. Tickets can be purchased by calling 800-650-TAGS, going to www.tagstickets.com, or stopping by Tag’s Restaurant.

Events for June 9, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

KAF logo
Keuka Arts Festival

Keuka Arts Festival

The 11th annual Keuka Arts Festival will be held from 10:00AM to 5:00PM, June 9 and 10, 2018 along the Keuka Lake Outlet in Penn Yan. Works from more than 100 artists in a wide variety of artistic mediums will be for sale at the two-day event, which will also include entertainment and food vendors as well as beer and wine tastings. Admission to the event is free and the festival is held rain or shine. For more information, call 315-536-8226, email artscenter@ycac.org or go to www.keukaartsfestival.com.

 

 

Geneva Music Festival: "TS Monk: A Centennial Celebration of the Great Thelonious Monk with Special Guest Syndee Winters"

Come be a part of our Thelonious Monk centennial celebration. TS, his son and international
jazz sensation, leads a riveting night of jazz from the drum set. Syndee Winters makes a
special appearance to open the show.

Barbara Kruger's Captive Audience Photographic Art
Women in Photography

Women have been essential to the production of photographic objects and the progression of the medium since ​photography's invention. Join Rachel E. Andrews, assistant collection manager in the Department of Photography, for a discussion of ​the photographs exhibited in the most recent installation of the museum's History of Photography Gallery. The selections in this rotation highlight works by ​women ​photographers, artists, printers, and entrepreneurs.


Barbara Kruger (American, b. 1945). Untitled (You are a captive audience), 1992. Screen print. George Eastman Museum, purchase with funds from the Charina Foundation. © Barbara Kruger. Courtesy Mary Boone Gallery, New York

Robots, Rockets, and Ray Guns Opening Weekend
Robots, Rockets, and Ray Guns Opening Weekend

Celebrate the return of The Strong’s Rockets, Robots, and Ray Guns exhibit.Travel to faraway galaxies through dynamic, hands-on sci-fi activities and discover science fiction books, toys, video games, and other artifacts from The Strong’s collections. Opening weekend only, say hello to a health care robot and an alien from outer space. Help robots transform to disguise their identities, build a rocket and UFO out of recycled materials, team up with a Martian to zap the bad guys, and more. Included with general museum admission fees. 

Events for June 10, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

KAF logo
Keuka Arts Festival

Keuka Arts Festival

The 11th annual Keuka Arts Festival will be held from 10:00AM to 5:00PM, June 9 and 10, 2018 along the Keuka Lake Outlet in Penn Yan. Works from more than 100 artists in a wide variety of artistic mediums will be for sale at the two-day event, which will also include entertainment and food vendors as well as beer and wine tastings. Admission to the event is free and the festival is held rain or shine. For more information, call 315-536-8226, email artscenter@ycac.org or go to www.keukaartsfestival.com.

 

 

Robots, Rockets, and Ray Guns Opening Weekend
Robots, Rockets, and Ray Guns Opening Weekend

Celebrate the return of The Strong’s Rockets, Robots, and Ray Guns exhibit.Travel to faraway galaxies through dynamic, hands-on sci-fi activities and discover science fiction books, toys, video games, and other artifacts from The Strong’s collections. Opening weekend only, say hello to a health care robot and an alien from outer space. Help robots transform to disguise their identities, build a rocket and UFO out of recycled materials, team up with a Martian to zap the bad guys, and more. Included with general museum admission fees. 

Geneva Music Festival: "Blues and Spirituals"

Internationally known pianist Michelle Cann makes her GMF debut, performing with Eliot
Heaton, Geoffrey Herd, Shawn Moore, Colin Brookes and Max Geissler. The program features
Dvořák’s “American” String Quartet as well as David Baker’s piano trio Roots II and other
works inspired by African American music. 

San Fermin Festival
Toro Run Anniversary Party w/ Music by Bad JuJu

Fashioned after the Fiesta de San Fermín in Pamplona, Spain -  Join us in celebrating our 5th Anniversary! Festivities begin at 12PM with a cannon start; followed by the rockin’ tunes of Bad JuJu as we serve up our Brazilian Style BBQ and authentic Spanish Paella. Let’s have some fun and launch the season with a bang! Make sure to wear your white & red in true San Fermín fashion!

Events for June 11, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Events for June 12, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Geneva Music Festival: "Organ Recital Featuring Raymond Nagem

Raymond Nagem, associate music director at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC,
will showcase the regions magnificent organs performing great works by Bach, Mozart and
others. 

Events for June 13, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Geneva Music Festival: "Organ Recital Featuring Raymond Nagem"

Raymond Nagem, associate music director at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC,
will showcase the regions magnificent organs performing great works by Bach, Mozart and
others. 

Events for June 14, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Geneva Music Festival: "Organ Recital Featuring Raymond Nagem"

Raymond Nagem, associate music director at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC,
will showcase the regions magnificent organs performing great works by Bach, Mozart and
others. 

Events for June 15, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Watkins Glen Waterfront Festival & Cardboard Boat Regatta

The 25th Annual Watkins Glen Waterfront Festival & Cardboard Boat Regatta is family style fun.  Enjoy all the peacefulness and beauty of Seneca Harbor on Friday evening. The evening includes musical entertainment and a food court and the lighting of the marina boats.

On Saturday the cardboard boaters rule the harbor.  From 11 to 2 pm visitors can stroll through the Concourse de Cardboard and check out the boats and meet the crews.  The pubic is encouraged to vote for their favorite cardboard boat.  All money collected for the People's Choice benefits SAFE (Suicide Prevention for Everyone of Schuyler County).  At 2 pm it's the 25th Edition of the Cardboard Boat Regatta  Cheer your favorite captain and crew on as they bravely sail their cardboard crafts from launch to finish line.

And keep in mind, as with all Watkins Glen Promotion events, all Festival activities are free! 

Geneva Music Festival: "Ettore Causa and Friends: Chamber Music Finale"

Ettore Causa, one of the world’s leading viola soloists, GMF founding musicians Hannah
Collins, Eliot Heaton, Geoffrey Herd, and friends violinist Shawn Moore and pianist Esther
Park perform treasured chamber works, including Brahms Trio for viola, cello, and piano, Op.
114.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Events for June 16, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Watkins Glen Waterfront Festival & Cardboard Boat Regatta

The 25th Annual Watkins Glen Waterfront Festival & Cardboard Boat Regatta is family style fun.  Enjoy all the peacefulness and beauty of Seneca Harbor on Friday evening. The evening includes musical entertainment and a food court and the lighting of the marina boats.

On Saturday the cardboard boaters rule the harbor.  From 11 to 2 pm visitors can stroll through the Concourse de Cardboard and check out the boats and meet the crews.  The pubic is encouraged to vote for their favorite cardboard boat.  All money collected for the People's Choice benefits SAFE (Suicide Prevention for Everyone of Schuyler County).  At 2 pm it's the 25th Edition of the Cardboard Boat Regatta  Cheer your favorite captain and crew on as they bravely sail their cardboard crafts from launch to finish line.

And keep in mind, as with all Watkins Glen Promotion events, all Festival activities are free! 

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Gorges Ithaca Half Marathon 2018
Gorges Ithaca Half Marathon 2018

The Gorges Ithaca Half Marathon, brings you a taste of gorges Ithaca. The new course will make use of the recently completed Black Diamond Trail, and will offer a fantastically fast and scenic half marathon!

The first half runs gently downhill along the Black Diamond Trail, passes numerous waterfalls, and gives runners a unique view of Cayuga Lake. 

The second half of the course runs along the Cayuga Lake Waterfront Trail, through Ithaca's historic Fall Creek neighborhood, and ends on the Ithaca Commons.

Geneva Music Festival: "Ettore Causa and Friends: Chamber Music Finale"

Ettore Causa, one of the world’s leading viola soloists, GMF founding musicians Hannah
Collins, Eliot Heaton, Geoffrey Herd, and friends violinist Shawn Moore and pianist Esther
Park perform treasured chamber works, including Brahms Trio for viola, cello, and piano, Op.
114.

lawn
Summer Solstice Party at Hosmer Winery

Come kick off summer with Hosmer Winery's go-to summer wines! Our Summer Solstice Party is all about sunshine, wine and a good time. Enjoy jazzy live music from John Lou and food from AC Eats & Treats Food truck. Regional beer, wine and specialty cocktails will be served by the glass. Local vendors will be selling handcrafted goods such as jewelry, crafts, cheese boards, and more! Our lawn games will be out for more fun and entertainment. Come join Hosmer Winery to ring in summer in style!

celtic faire dancers
Celtic Faire

The Celts in Western New York played a major role in shaping the history of the Genesee Country. Join us Saturday, June 16 to celebrate the culture, history and traditions of the Scots and Irish through musical performances, dance demonstrations and an array of authentic food and drinks. Featured artists include:

  • The Rochester Scottish Pipes and Drums
  • Feadán Òr
  • The Goodwin Academy of Irish Dance
  • Harpist Mary Lester
  • Gates Keystone Club Police Pipes & Drums
  • Rochester Strathspey & Reel Society
  • Drumcliffe School of Irish Dance
  • Irish Rochester Musician’s Association


Don't forget to bring your màileid-pòca (wallet) with you to browse merchant row. Shop at the Flint Hill Store, Village Mercantile and visit specialty vendors. 

NEW this year - don't miss an after-hours rock concert featuring 1916! Concert included with museum admission.

Events for June 17, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

Geneva Music Festival

Geneva Music Festival will be held May 31st through June 17th in 2018 in Geneva, Canandaigua, Auburn and Skaneateles. World Class artists will perform Chamber music, Jazz, Bluegrass, Organ recitals and New Music.

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Geneva Music Festival: "Bluegrass at Ravines Winery"

This Father’s Day concert is sure to please! Violinist Eliot Heaton joins local bluegrass artists
for an afternoon of high-octane fiddling and bluegrass at Ravines Winery! A Father’s Day BBQ
with all the trimmings at the Ravinous Kitchen will be available from noon-5. 

Events for June 18, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Events for June 19, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Events for June 20, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Ruby Velle & the Seratones
Garden Vibes: Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics at the George Eastman Museum

Deep, raw funk. Stax-style Southern soul. Uplifting Motown-channeling anthems. Atlanta’s Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics are the heirs to the thrones of the old-school masters. But they’re much more than just a group of revivalists trying to create a period piece. Powerhouse singer Velle and her band will settle for nothing less than bringing these classic sounds glimmering into the now with a fresh new modern sheen.

Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics have made a name for themselves captivating audiences with their stirring live performances. They’re a world-class modern soul revue topped off with Velle’s sultry voice. She deftly toggles between sweetly crooned R&B tunes and expertly belted barn-burning get-downs that can instantly jolt a roomful of wallflowers into a wild dance party.

Tickets & Info: $10 general, $8 members, free to 12 & under (with paid adult admission); tickets available at the gate.

Sorry, no passes and no rain dates.

Gates open at 5 p.m.; music from 6 to 8 p.m.

BYOB and bring a picnic or purchase food on-site from food trucks or the Eastman Museum Café.

Events for June 21, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Historic Palmyra's Museums
Historic Palmyra's Ice Cream Social

Historic Palmyra will be offering complimentary tours of all museums, starting at the Palmyra Historic Museum, 132 Market St., with the grand opening of new exhibits. Ice cream will be served following your tour at the Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St.

Historic Museum
Historic Palmyra Garage Sale

Stop by the yard of the Palmyra Historical Museum June 21-23, 10-4 daily, for our garage sale and pick up a few treasures. This fundraiser helps support all of our museums so be sure to check it out!

Events for June 22, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Historic Museum
Historic Palmyra Garage Sale

Stop by the yard of the Palmyra Historical Museum June 21-23, 10-4 daily, for our garage sale and pick up a few treasures. This fundraiser helps support all of our museums so be sure to check it out!

Ithaca Reggae Fest
Ithaca Reggae Fest 2018

The Ithaca Reggae Fest is dedicated to the protection of Cayuga Lake through a vibrant celebration of Ithaca’s legendary reggae community and its history. The inaugural festival was a beautiful day of positive vibrations, and we’re grateful for all you for being the community that made it happen. Please join us again in 2018 at Stewart Park, The Haunt, and Ithaca Beer as we expand the celebration to 3 days and 3 venues of positive vibrations. Tickets are available now at our advance ticket rate. Onelove!

Events for June 23, 2018 x
Film Still
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema

Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years of cinema (1897–1915).

One of the world’s leading experts in the history of silent cinema, Davide Turconi (1911–2005) gathered these rare frames in the 1960s from a large collection of films acquired by Jesuit priest Josef-Alexis Joye (1852–1919) in Basel, Switzerland. In Basel, Joye had established an educational institution, the Borromäum, that focused on social programs, such as caring for and instructing orphans, providing Sunday school classes, and offering education programs for recent Catholic émigrés and the working class.

In the early 1900s, Joye began to collect films and incorporate them into his lectures. These films have become known as the Josef Joye Collection. Joye acquired a wide variety of international films over a number of years from the secondhand market in Switzerland and Germany. After he left Basel in 1911, the films remained at the Borromäum. At the time of Turconi’s discovery of the collection, the prints were in various stages of chemical decay. Fearing that no trace would remain of these precious films, Turconi took brief clips (typically two or three frames per clipping) from each of them, thus preserving an invaluable documentation on the color techniques employed by film production companies at the beginning of the twentieth century. 

Today, the Turconi and Joye Collections are a primary source for the study of early cinema, and of color technology in particular. (The complete surviving films are now at the British Film Institute’s National Archive in London.) The George Eastman Museum acquired the Turconi Collection in the 1990s, and a massive digitization project was completed after twelve years of painstaking work. The sheer beauty of the nitrate frames and their colors can now be shared with the public.   

 

Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Historic Museum
Historic Palmyra Garage Sale

Stop by the yard of the Palmyra Historical Museum June 21-23, 10-4 daily, for our garage sale and pick up a few treasures. This fundraiser helps support all of our museums so be sure to check it out!

Ithaca Reggae Fest
Ithaca Reggae Fest 2018

The Ithaca Reggae Fest is dedicated to the protection of Cayuga Lake through a vibrant celebration of Ithaca’s legendary reggae community and its history. The inaugural festival was a beautiful day of positive vibrations, and we’re grateful for all you for being the community that made it happen. Please join us again in 2018 at Stewart Park, The Haunt, and Ithaca Beer as we expand the celebration to 3 days and 3 venues of positive vibrations. Tickets are available now at our advance ticket rate. Onelove!

Varick Winery 14th Annual Cherry Festival

Enjoy sweet and tart cherry picking, wine, apple chuckin’, food, arts & crafts vendors, and live music by Lisa Lee on Saturday(June 23) and Just Joe on Sunday (June 24).  Fun for the whole family. Free admission. Rain or Shine.

war of 1812 gun demo
1812 Weekend

The “Forgotten” War of 1812 comes to life in our Historic Village as more than one hundred re-enactors portray shopkeepers, housewives, merchants and soldiers amidst the early 19th-century sounds of fifes and drums, cannons and muskets, and English country dancing. The weekend is devoted to activities that recall those early years when the United State as a newly minted nation, still looking to the customs of its former empire while yet establishing its own identity, entered a new century. Reenactors will offer insight into the impact of the conflict on Western New York during this period.

The years surrounding the War of 1812, known as the Regency Era, was the time of that countrified culture explore in the popular works of Jane Austen. Re-enactors will model fashions reflecting lifestyles during this period, and we highlight popular entertainments of the day with musical performances by Old Fort Niagara, a dance demonstrations by the Country Dancers of Rochester, and much more!

Events for June 24, 2018 x
Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Ithaca Reggae Fest
Ithaca Reggae Fest 2018

The Ithaca Reggae Fest is dedicated to the protection of Cayuga Lake through a vibrant celebration of Ithaca’s legendary reggae community and its history. The inaugural festival was a beautiful day of positive vibrations, and we’re grateful for all you for being the community that made it happen. Please join us again in 2018 at Stewart Park, The Haunt, and Ithaca Beer as we expand the celebration to 3 days and 3 venues of positive vibrations. Tickets are available now at our advance ticket rate. Onelove!

Varick Winery 14th Annual Cherry Festival

Enjoy sweet and tart cherry picking, wine, apple chuckin’, food, arts & crafts vendors, and live music by Lisa Lee on Saturday(June 23) and Just Joe on Sunday (June 24).  Fun for the whole family. Free admission. Rain or Shine.

war of 1812 gun demo
1812 Weekend

The “Forgotten” War of 1812 comes to life in our Historic Village as more than one hundred re-enactors portray shopkeepers, housewives, merchants and soldiers amidst the early 19th-century sounds of fifes and drums, cannons and muskets, and English country dancing. The weekend is devoted to activities that recall those early years when the United State as a newly minted nation, still looking to the customs of its former empire while yet establishing its own identity, entered a new century. Reenactors will offer insight into the impact of the conflict on Western New York during this period.

The years surrounding the War of 1812, known as the Regency Era, was the time of that countrified culture explore in the popular works of Jane Austen. Re-enactors will model fashions reflecting lifestyles during this period, and we highlight popular entertainments of the day with musical performances by Old Fort Niagara, a dance demonstrations by the Country Dancers of Rochester, and much more!

Paella
Paella on the Patio

Join us once a month, on Sundays, throughout the season for Paella on the Patio!

Our chef prepares Authentic Spanish Paella on our patio with our famous view as the backdrop. Come early to watch the process from beginning to end and get your palates wet with a bottle of wine and some of our Authentic Spanish tapas as the delicious smells of paella fill the air. We have a list of local musicians lined up, one for each date - June 24th w/ Meg Gehman and Ray Bellizia of “The Influence”! Music begins at 1PM. 

Wondering what Paella is? Visit us in the tasting room to find out!

We look forward to seeing you!

Events for June 25, 2018 x
Gaze Into Film History: Wizard Of Oz Crystal Ball On Display At Cornell

Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 

The prop is on loan from Cornell alumnus Jay Walker, but it only a little more than a decade ago that the piece of film history was found after it disappeared for nearly 70 years.

Continue reading here:  http://bit.ly/2IsS1JW

1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park at The Strong

For a limited time only, Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures Mobile Park is open at The Strong. Embark on an action-packed adventure in a 26-foot-wide endurance zone. Conquer the twisted spider web, test your balance on log swings and rope bridges, and climb from one thrilling area to another.

Due to limited capacity, entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are $5 for non-members and $4 for members. General museum admission also required. This experience is for children ages four through 14. For more information, visit The Strong’s calendar page

Events for June 26, 2018 x
1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

kids at farm
Kids Free Week

Bring the kids for a day of family (and budget) friendly fun! All kids ages 17 and under are free admission between the dates of Tuesday, June 26 and Sunday, July 1.

During the week, there will a special focus on youth activities throughout the Historic Village, from games—including some little-known today— to gatherings and activities a 19th-century youngster would have experienced.

Young visitors can also test a two-man saw and other long-ago chores like stoking fires, carrying wood and grating kitchen spices.

In addition, there’s the museum’s new lambs and the powerful oxen team to meet as well as a 19th-century classroom to attend and a cooper to chat with as he crafts wooden buckets. Kids can learn to knit, punch a tin design, see how they would be been instructed to behave in the 1800s, be amazed at Professor Lowe’s “magic gas” and treated to the sounds of a glass harmonica.

There are nature trails to hike and a gallery with western art and historic clothing to explore and where, in a new photo booth, they can become part of a popular work of art.

On the weekend there will be historic base ball played by 1868 rules at Silver Base Ball Park, the only recreated 19th-century base ball park in the country.

Events for June 27, 2018 x
1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

kids at farm
Kids Free Week

Bring the kids for a day of family (and budget) friendly fun! All kids ages 17 and under are free admission between the dates of Tuesday, June 26 and Sunday, July 1.

During the week, there will a special focus on youth activities throughout the Historic Village, from games—including some little-known today— to gatherings and activities a 19th-century youngster would have experienced.

Young visitors can also test a two-man saw and other long-ago chores like stoking fires, carrying wood and grating kitchen spices.

In addition, there’s the museum’s new lambs and the powerful oxen team to meet as well as a 19th-century classroom to attend and a cooper to chat with as he crafts wooden buckets. Kids can learn to knit, punch a tin design, see how they would be been instructed to behave in the 1800s, be amazed at Professor Lowe’s “magic gas” and treated to the sounds of a glass harmonica.

There are nature trails to hike and a gallery with western art and historic clothing to explore and where, in a new photo booth, they can become part of a popular work of art.

On the weekend there will be historic base ball played by 1868 rules at Silver Base Ball Park, the only recreated 19th-century base ball park in the country.

Events for June 28, 2018 x
1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

kids at farm
Kids Free Week

Bring the kids for a day of family (and budget) friendly fun! All kids ages 17 and under are free admission between the dates of Tuesday, June 26 and Sunday, July 1.

During the week, there will a special focus on youth activities throughout the Historic Village, from games—including some little-known today— to gatherings and activities a 19th-century youngster would have experienced.

Young visitors can also test a two-man saw and other long-ago chores like stoking fires, carrying wood and grating kitchen spices.

In addition, there’s the museum’s new lambs and the powerful oxen team to meet as well as a 19th-century classroom to attend and a cooper to chat with as he crafts wooden buckets. Kids can learn to knit, punch a tin design, see how they would be been instructed to behave in the 1800s, be amazed at Professor Lowe’s “magic gas” and treated to the sounds of a glass harmonica.

There are nature trails to hike and a gallery with western art and historic clothing to explore and where, in a new photo booth, they can become part of a popular work of art.

On the weekend there will be historic base ball played by 1868 rules at Silver Base Ball Park, the only recreated 19th-century base ball park in the country.

Events for June 29, 2018 x
1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

kids at farm
Kids Free Week

Bring the kids for a day of family (and budget) friendly fun! All kids ages 17 and under are free admission between the dates of Tuesday, June 26 and Sunday, July 1.

During the week, there will a special focus on youth activities throughout the Historic Village, from games—including some little-known today— to gatherings and activities a 19th-century youngster would have experienced.

Young visitors can also test a two-man saw and other long-ago chores like stoking fires, carrying wood and grating kitchen spices.

In addition, there’s the museum’s new lambs and the powerful oxen team to meet as well as a 19th-century classroom to attend and a cooper to chat with as he crafts wooden buckets. Kids can learn to knit, punch a tin design, see how they would be been instructed to behave in the 1800s, be amazed at Professor Lowe’s “magic gas” and treated to the sounds of a glass harmonica.

There are nature trails to hike and a gallery with western art and historic clothing to explore and where, in a new photo booth, they can become part of a popular work of art.

On the weekend there will be historic base ball played by 1868 rules at Silver Base Ball Park, the only recreated 19th-century base ball park in the country.

Events for June 30, 2018 x
1886 - Prӧst! German Inspired Wine Experience at Dr. Frank Winery

June- Pröst! German Inspired Wine Experience

Available every Friday-Sunday at 11:00am & 2:00pm in June

Explore the German wine varieties produced at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery paired with small German inspired foods. Also enjoy an educational experience in our Riesling vineyards.

Reservations required.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

kids at farm
Kids Free Week

Bring the kids for a day of family (and budget) friendly fun! All kids ages 17 and under are free admission between the dates of Tuesday, June 26 and Sunday, July 1.

During the week, there will a special focus on youth activities throughout the Historic Village, from games—including some little-known today— to gatherings and activities a 19th-century youngster would have experienced.

Young visitors can also test a two-man saw and other long-ago chores like stoking fires, carrying wood and grating kitchen spices.

In addition, there’s the museum’s new lambs and the powerful oxen team to meet as well as a 19th-century classroom to attend and a cooper to chat with as he crafts wooden buckets. Kids can learn to knit, punch a tin design, see how they would be been instructed to behave in the 1800s, be amazed at Professor Lowe’s “magic gas” and treated to the sounds of a glass harmonica.

There are nature trails to hike and a gallery with western art and historic clothing to explore and where, in a new photo booth, they can become part of a popular work of art.

On the weekend there will be historic base ball played by 1868 rules at Silver Base Ball Park, the only recreated 19th-century base ball park in the country.

Tractor Show
Vintage Tractor Show at The Windmill

The Windmill Street of Shops will be lined with vintage International Harvester tractors and you will see many IH tee shirts walking around the market. It is a quite a sight to see all of the vintage tractors show up for a day of fun at The Windmill!

13
Jan 2018
Thru
24
Jun 2018
Dreaming in Color: The Davide Turconi Collection of Early Cinema (January 13–June 24, 2018) is dedicated to a unique collection of more than 23,000 original nitrate frames of 35mm films from the early years o
George Eastman Museum, 900 East Ave, Rochester NY
05
May 2018
Thru
27
May 2018
May-Terroir Experience Available Every Saturday & Sunday in May at 1:00pm
9683 Middle Road
1pm
(800)-320-0735
09
May 2018
Thru
25
Jun 2018
Film buffs can now gaze into the history of movie-making. The iconic Wicked Witch of the West's crystal ball is on display at Cornell University. 
Kroch Library Rotunda Level 2B
9:00 AM
24
May 2018
Thru
27
May 2018
GlassFest, presented by Corning’s Gaffer District, is a four-day celebration of glass and the fire arts featuring glassmaking demonstrations, music entertainment, art vendors, shopping, food, and more!
One Museum Way
(607)-438-5254
24
May 2018
Thru
27
May 2018
GlassFest is four days of glassmaking demonstrations, music entertainment, art & craft vendors, shopping, food, and more!
Market Street, Corning, NY 14830
25
May 2018
Thru
27
May 2018
We are please to be able to open our new store to the public after a LONG winter of construction!  The new space is 5 times the size of the old space, and features a number of new products!  We will soon be carrying I
4970 County Rd 14
10 am each day
(607)-594-2095
27
May 2018
Join us once a month, on Sundays, throughout the season for Paella on the Patio!
3050 Swick Rd.
1:00PM
(315)-530-2663
27
May 2018
Enjoy Memorial Day Weekend at Hosmer Winery. Live entertainment from Tribal Revival Duo: Marc and Tom (two of the coolest cats around) and freshly made mimosas!
7020 Route 89
1-4pm
(607)-869-3393
28
May 2018
Wear red, white, and blue, and receive a free gift with paid admission.
7606 North Ontario Street
10:00 a.m.
(315)-483-4936
31
May 2018
The acclaimed young violinist and pianist return to open the Festival, featuring works from the turn of the 20th century. Hear the last expressive gasps of romanticism in Chausson's
327 Pulteney Street
7:30pm
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