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A PROGRAM OF THE COMMUNITY ARTS PARTNERSHIP OF TOMPKINS COUNTY
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Next Event! 2nd Saturday on the Art Trail - July 13, noon to 5pm :

Find the PDF of who is open on our event page (Image: Graham Ottoson from Gourdlandia!)

New Artists on the Trail! :

There are 14 new artists - 55 total! And a new brochure! Check out each page! (Image: Aidan Chambliss)

October Open Studio Weekends:

Most artists will be open October 12, 13 and 19, 20. Save the dates!
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Group Exhibit - Virtual in 3D:

The October 2023 group exhibit lives on in 3D online!

The Greater Ithaca Art Trail

The Greater Ithaca Art Trail celebrates its 26th year, featuring over 55 visual artists in Tompkins County, New York. The Trail offers a unique opportunity to explore artist studios, either in person or online. From painters to photographers, sculptors to jewelers, and creators of fine furniture to digital artists, the Art Trail showcases a rich tapestry of creative talent.

Visit artists anytime by appointment, on select monthly 2nd Saturdays, and two October Open Studio Weekends, when most artists will be open! Visitors can enjoy not only the artistic offerings but also the beautiful/stunning Finger Lakes landscape. Whether wandering through Ithaca itself or along tranquil county roads, each studio visit promises a personal connection with the artists and their work. Find the PDF of who is open for events on the Event Calendar page.

This website provides a gateway to explore each artists’ works online, often available for purchase through online stores.
Supporting local artists not only enriches personal spaces but also contributes to the vibrant artistic community of Tompkins County. Whether seeking a unique addition to your collection or a special gift, the Greater Ithaca Art Trail invites everyone to discover, appreciate, and support the arts.

The Greater Ithaca Art Trail is one of the many programs of the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County. Visit our website at www.ArtsPartner.org

THANK YOU TO OUR ART TRAIL SPONSORS!
We could not have done this program without them!
(Click their images for their websites)

 

 

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