On 01, Oct 2008 | In Exhibitions
Showing 2008 / 2009
403 College Avenue, Ithaca, NY 14850
Open everyday, 8a – 12a
Baba Yaga is an old witch woman known in Slavic fairy tales as an antagonist with an appetite for young children. Most of her depictions have the old woman flying around the forest atop a giant mortar, wielding a pestle, and living in a hut mounted on a pair of chicken legs. While she can play the role of sage to lost souls, her character is consistently solitary.