Now through the end of February, cyanotype botanical prints by Laurie Snyder will be on dislplay in the Nevin Welcome Center. Laurie Snyder is an Ithaca resident and former photography faculty at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. She will be exhibiting botanical cyanotypes (also called blueprints). The cyanotype process is one of the earliest photographic processes, introduced in England around 1840. The images are based...
The 8th annual winter series of stories to nourish a spirit of hope! Bring your soup bowl or a mug, and we'll provide free soup and bread along with a captivating speaker.
Brian Patchcoski is the Associate Dean/Director of the LGBT Resource Center at Cornell University. Brian will talk about unexpected journeys and a willingness to "trust the process" in finding one's path in life.
Midday Music at Lincoln: Paul Miller and guest Thomas Georgi (Tafelmusik). Features rare works by Franz Götz for two violas d’amore and an unusual version of Biber’s Partita for two violas d’amore with a continuo arrangement by Paul Hindemith (Elizabeth Lyon, cello; Matthew Hall, harpsichord).
1972 > France > Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville
With Catherine Deneuve, Alain Delon, and Richard Crenna
The great Jean-Pierre Melville's final film, Un Flic (The Cop) brings together cinema favorites Catherine Deneuve, Alain Delon, and Richard Crenna in a gripping film about a complicated bank robbery. The scene that opens the film is one of Melville's best. Shown in a recently restored 35mm film print. Subtitled. More at...
1982/2007 > USA > Directed by Ridley Scott
With Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young
Ridley Scott's definitive, final-cut of his seminal sci-fi film, based on the Philip K. Dick novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, has never been screened at Cornell Cinema due to rights restrictions, so they're thrilled to present this cinematic touchstone in a new digital restoration as part of their 45th anniversary celebrations!
1 hr 57 min
CANCELED: Mike Cheng-Yu Lee, fortepiano. Features 6 Bagatelles (op. 126) and a sonata (op. 101) of Beethoven and works by Schumann and Chopin, performed on Rodney Regier's replica of a Conrad Graf fortepiano.
Physics fun for the whole family comes to Kitchen Theatre Company this month! KTC presents two performances of the original musical, PHYSICS FAIR by Rachel Lampert and Lesley Greene, in collaboration with Xraise (the outreach arm of Cornell University’s Laboratory for Accelerator-based Sciences and Education) and young actors from Running to Places Theatre Company. TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY - Saturday January 24th and Saturday, January 31st at...
While it’s cold and wintry outside, our greenhouses filled with plants are nice and warm and the perfect place for artistic inspiration! During each class, participants will focus on drawing one or two plants. Learn to observe and perceive more completely as you discover an amazing variety of native and tropical plants. All ability levels, and children ages 12 and older, are welcome. Please bring a good quality sketchbook, erasers, and a few...