Quiet on the Set! 2024

Quiet on the Set! Film Festival brought to you by Wharton Studio Museum   2024 Festival Details Registration: REGISTER HERE DEADLINE: Monday, April 22 Registration is not a commitment to submit but does help us plan the Screening and Awards Ceremony and contact entrants with news Submission: SUBMIT HERE DEADLINE: Monday, May 20 Rules & Regulations […]

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Silent Movie Month 2023

In 2012, City of Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick proclaimed October in Ithaca as Silent Movie Month, a month-long celebration of silent film and Ithaca’s role in early movie making history produced by Wharton Studio Museum in collaboration with many local organizations. Join WSM each October for screenings, exhibits, and events at Cornell Cinema, Cinemapolis, and many […]

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Party for the Park

Join us for Friends of Stewart Park and Wharton Studio Museum’s 8th annual fundraiser for park revitalization on Saturday, September 23 from 6-8:30 PM in the Picnic Pavilion and outside by the Waterfront Trail and Cayuga Lake. We’re celebrating a groundbreaking year for Stewart Park with the literal imminent groundbreaking for the Splash Pad and […]

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Marcella W.

Quiet on the Set! Film Festival– It’s a Wrap for 2022

Quiet on the Set! was a roaring success on the afternoon of June 4th at Cinemapolis, with an enthusiastic audience cheering on the fourteen wonderful films by thirteen to eighteen year-olds from throughout the Southern Tier. Thank you to festival Presenting Sponsor, the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College, for its generous […]

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Crescent Historic Theatre

Virtual Tour of Ithaca’s Movie Theaters Then and Now

Take a self-guided virtual tour of Ithaca’s historic movie theaters! The tour complements WSM’s and Historic Ithaca’s new multimedia exhibit Biggest Little Movie City: Ithaca’s Theaters Then and Now at the Tompkins Center for History and Culture on the Commons in downtown Ithaca. Take the tour here

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Race Films Race Matters

Digital Program on Race Films from Finger Lakes Film Trail

Race Films/Race Matters: Starting Conversations About Race in America premiered one year ago and is still going strong! The digital series features five important race films, corresponding video presentations about each film by scholars from Cornell University, Ithaca College, University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill, the George Eastman Museum, and Ithaca High School; and other resource […]

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Walk This Play

Walk This Play

  You’re Invited to WALK THIS PLAY! WSM and The Cherry Arts, in collaboration with The History Center in Tompkins County, proudly present WALK THIS PLAY, a download hub where two unique local walking headphone plays – The Missing Chapter and Storm Country — can be accessed for the first time without advance tickets — just a minimum $5.00 donation […]

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