Month: March 2017

Frog Pond Folk Art Gallery

Enjoy whimsical metal sculpture, pottery, garden art and furnishings. The Ferro’s of Little York, NY, have been creating art of all mediums, and selling on the road for many years.  Their work has been represented in art galleries, museums and at shows all over the U.S. as well as parts of Europe.  As a joint venture between Carole and Tino Ferro, and two of their six children, Tony and Selinda, they have formed the “Frog Pond Farm Folk Art Gallery” which is located on Route 281 in Little York.  The word ferro, in some languages describes “ferrous” metal, a metal containing iron such as steel, which is the...

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Dowd Fine Arts Center

Founded in 1967, the Dowd Gallery presents up to seven exhibitions each year featuring work primarily by nationally and internationally acclaimed contemporary artists and maintains a permanent collection of over 500 objects dating from the 13th through the 21st centuries.  The gallery’s mission is to enrich and intellectually broaden viewers’ notions about the nature of art and to display, interpret, collect and preserve art for the benefit of the SUNY Cortland community and the New York State region. Each spring semester, the juried Student Select exhibition provides students with the opportunity to showcase their work in a gallery setting.  It also allows the...

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Cultural Council of Cortland County

Culture comes in many forms: an exhibit at an art gallery, a piano performance, or a competition where community members contribute their own artwork. And thanks to the Cultural Council of Cortland County, each of these activities and many more are possible right here in our hometown. Every year, the Cultural Council makes possible a number of different events. From the popular Arts and Wine festival every August, to First Fridays, where the public is invited to celebrate the variety of artistic talent in Cortland one night out each month, to bus trips around the East Coast, there’s culture everywhere. Ever wandered into the...

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Cortland Repertory Theatre

Cortland Repertory Theatre CRT boasts a superb artistic and technical staff, built around a core of professionals augmented by talented local performers. Dedicated community volunteers also devote countless hours to the innumerable activities that go on behind the scenes. Summer theatre productions are held at the historic Little York Pavilion on Little York Lake May- September. Fall and winter productions are at their Downtown Cortland Theatre 24 – 26 Port Watson Street Cortland, New York 13045 Website Facebook Twitter 24-26 Port Watson Street Cortland, NY 13045 800 427 6160 (607) 756-2627 info@cortlandrep.org Cortland Repertory...

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Center for the Arts

Center for the Arts The Center for the Arts is a presenter of the arts and a proponent of community enrichment through world-class entertainment and arts education. The Center has presented performances by artists of global, national, regional, and local repute, including: Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Arlo Guthrie, Leon Russell, Southside Johnny, Tom Paxton, the Glengarry Bhoys, Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, SpyroGyra, local favorites Charlie Bertini’s Apple Jazz, CNY Jazz Orchestra, CNY’s Finest, and other notable, emerging artists. With film screenings for all ages, a community theater program (Center Players, formerly C4Act) and showcases artwork by local and regional visual artists, the...

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