CAYUGA ARTS COLLECTIVE
Sponsored by Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts
Introducing a Portrait Series:
"Signature Faces in around Trumansburg"
6:30-8:30pm - $10 ($9 CayAC members) - no registration required; bring your own materials
2023 Schedule - Downstairs Studio
January: Nathan Lewis - Wednesday, January 11
February: John Gurche - Wednesday, February 15
March: Evie Bellinger - Wednesday, March 22
April - Samantha Johnson "Miss Sam" - Wed., April 12
May - Alan Vogel - Tuesday, May 16
August - Mary Ellen Salmon - Tuesday, August 22
September - Sarah Koski - Tuesday, September 26
December - Ben Marlan, Tuesday, December 12
If you are interested in exhibiting your work at the Tompkins Trust Bank in Trumansburg, please contact our new Bank Curator Don Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are so grateful for all the support we have received from our members and the generosity of our community. Over the years we have received grants from the Delavan Foundation, the Trumansburg Education Foundation, and the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County! To learn how you can contribute to CayAC, please click below.
RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP or become a FIRST-TIME MEMBER!
If you haven't renewed your membership to the the Cayuga Arts Collective, this is a great time to do so! It's also a great time to join! Click below and learn how. THANK YOU!
CayAC Spring Show
Synesthesia: The Color of Sound
ANNUAL SPRING MEMBER SHOW 2023
Every spring members of the Cayuga Arts Collective are invited to submit work for TCFA's annual spring exhibit. As a member show, everyone in the Collective is guaranteed at least one spot. For more information, click Annual Spring Show
The 2023 Paddle Grant is now open for submissions! Open only to CayAC members, this grant is dedicated to professional growth in the visual arts. Click here for more details!
The winner of the 2022 Paddle Grant is Kathleen Friedrich. Funds from the grant were applied to the purchase of a large format printer to help Friedrich create a series of large-scale cyanotype prints. This project resulted in an exhibit, "Flora Transformed" at the Tompkins County Public Library, Ithaca New York.
Since growing up in Michigan, Kathleen Friedrich has lived and worked as an artist, designer, technical illustrator, and educator in places as far-flung as Detroit, New York City, and Athens, Greece. She earned a BFA from Wayne State University and a Master’s degree from Hunter College. Her work has been exhibited in juried competitions locally, regionally, and internationally and can be found in several private collections. She currently works out of her studio in Trumansburg, New York.
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