CayAC Logo

Visit our website at Cayuga Arts Collective
CayAC membership form: CayAC Membership Form


Spring Renaissance Image option
Charter Member Kickoff
spring renaissance in luminari font-2

June 10-23, 2017
Curators: Domenica Brockman and Marina Delaney
Founders, CayAC

Announcing the first Annual Cayuga Arts Collective Spring Show at the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts. This year the theme is rebirth and renewal in any form.  Works in a wide variety of media by 30+ artists will be on display.  Join us at the opening to celebrate the creative spirit that fills our community.

Sunday June 11 – 12-5pm
Monday, June 12 – Gallery Closed
Tuesday, June 13 – 3-6pm
Wednesday, June 14 – 3-6pm
Thursday, June 15 – 3-6pm
Friday, June 16 – Gallery Closed
Saturday, June 17 – 12-5pm; Trumansburg Porchfest!
Sunday, June 18 – 12-5pm
Monday, June 19 – Gallery Closed
Tuesday, June 20 – 3-6pm
Wednesday, June 21 – 3-6pm
Thursday, June 22 – 3-6pm; People’s Choice Award ballot box closes 5:45pm.
Friday, June 23 – Closing Party 5-7pm; Winner of People’s Choice Award will be announced.

Mosaic with Denis Milito   SOLD OUT!!

Tuesdays, June 6, 13, 20; 6:30-9:00pm
Cost: $120 (CayAC members receive 10% discount)
Materials fee: $30 (all supplies & materials will be provided)June 10-23, 2017
Curators: Domenica Brockman and Marina Delaney
Founders, CayAC

In this dynamic 3 session course, we will focus on the ancient process of mosaic. Instruction will describe the substrates and adhesives available, appropriate materials and application.  I will also speak to my personal inspiration and philosophy in an attempt to inspire students and invite them to consider all the design possibilities.  Each student will have a finished garden pot or garden stone at the end of the class.

Face-casting/Mask-making with Deborah Jones


Wednesdays, July 5th, 12th & 19th; 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: $55 (materials included)

Please Note: The casting gauze along with a variety of other materials to personalize the cast is provided. However, participants are encouraged to seek out and bring in additional materials that most directly reveal aspects of themselves.

In this workshop, participants are guided through the process of casting their face with plaster impregnated gauze, fixing the cast and personalizing the facial impression with their vision.  In the initial stage of taking the impression participants work in pairs; following that phase, they work independently to fix the cast and personalize the impression.  Creating visually the exterior and/or interior of the impression often stimulates people to see themselves in ways they don’t ordinarily.  The class is for artists and non-artists and limited to eight.

Registration form: Art Class Registration Form