WSM is excited to be included in this wonderful post by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, our partners in Silent Movie Under the Stars, our annual screening of a silent film with live music at Taugahnnock Falls State Park.
Wharton Studio Museum’s popular exhibit Romance, Exploits & Peril — which was installed at Gimme! Coffee on W. State Street all summer-long — is moving to the Tompkins Center for History & Culture (TCHC) on the Commons in time for October which is Silent Movie Month in Ithaca. The three-dimensional photo gallery features a
Join us all month-long, as Wharton Studio Museum, in collaboration with Cinemapolis, The Cherry Arts, Cornell Cinema, Historic Ithaca and other wonderful entities, celebrates silent film and Ithaca’s role in early movie making history. Here’s this year’s Calendar of Events for Silent Movie Month: October 5 2pm Historic Stewart Park
WSM Presents <i>The General</i> for <i>Silent Movie Under the Stars</i> 2019 — Saturday, August 24th — 9th Annual!
It’s official! WSM will be showing The General (1926) starring the inimitable Buster Keaton at Silent Movie Under the Stars on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at Taughannock Falls State Park. Don’t miss our 9th annual outdoor screening, produced in partnership with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation
Have you had a chance to see this yet? In early May 2019, WSM installed its first permanent exhibit! Ithaca’s motion picture history is highlighted in this original installation at the new Tompkins Center for History & Culture on the Commons in downtown Ithaca at 110 North Tioga St. The
On Sunday, May 19th, 2019, the Finger Lakes Film Trail (FLFT) held its second event — a screening of Oscar Micheaux’s 1920 film Within Our Gates with an introduction by historian Dr. Barbara Tepa Lupack at the Carriage House Theatre at the Case Research Laboratory/Cayuga Museum. The event was well-attended and included
Wharton Studio Museum’s new exhibit is up at Gimme! Coffee on W. State St. Romance, Exploits & Peril is a three-dimensional photo gallery featuring a who’s who of Wharton Studio cast and crew. The installation was designed specifically for this wall at Gimme in 2011 as part of WSM’s county-wide
[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”7″ display=”basic_imagebrowser” display_view=”default-view.php”] On Thursday, May 16th, WSM and its producing partner The Cherry Arts will receive a Preservation Award from Historic Ithaca at its annual Preservation Awards event at La Tourelle. In 2018, WSM and The Cherry created The Missing Chapter, an original headphone walking-play based on
On Thursday, April 25th, 2019, WSM went on the road to the George Eastman Museum in Rochester to celebrate the Finger Lakes Film Trail, a new collaboration developed by Wharton Studio Museum, in partnership with Eastman Museum, and Case Research Laboratory & Cayuga Museum in Auburn. This inter-county initiative highlights