First Friday Art Night at the Museum: Harrison Rumsey
Jan 5, 2018
5 - 8 pm
Museum of the Earth
Come out to see photographer Harrison Rumsey's debut show!

First Friday Art Night at the Museum: Harrison Rumsey Debut Photography Show

Jan 5, 2018, 5 - 8 pm
Museum of the Earth

Come out to the Museum of the Earth on First Friday Art Night to see photographer Harrison Rumsey's debut show. The Museum will be open for extended evening hours for his show now on display in the Museum's Gift Shop. Rumsey's photographs show "everyday subjects in extraordinary ways."

Harrison Rumsey is native to Central New York, growing up on the West Hill of Ithaca and now living on the Southern end of Seneca Lake. His subjects include farms, nature, parks in upstate New York, industrial and city scenes, and other places near and far. His work is filled with inspirational images of everyday life.

Light refreshments will be served, and Rumsey will be on hand to talk about his work. Admission to his show in the Museum's Gift Shop is free, regular admission rates apply to Museum exhibits. Rumsey's work will be on display through the end of January. For more information about his work, visit Facebook.com/RumZVision

While you are there, take the opportunity to enjoy the Museum of the Earth. Included in museum admission is the "Mapping the Planets in Silk and Sound" special exhibit by artist Mary Edna Fraser, and the First Friday evening art activity: “Botanical Prints” from 5 to 7 pm. Bring the family and learn how to make botanical prints using paint and leaves in the Museum classroom. The First Friday art activity is included with admission.

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