Events

Sunday, November 12

Enchanted Asia

Do you have a lucky charm? Before embarking on a course of action do you say a special mantra, check your astrological chart or perform a small ritual? If...

 Fight To the Beginning: The Struggle for Women’s Suffrage in New York

Mann Library’s exhibit: Fight To the Beginning: The Struggle for Women’s Suffrage in New York is about the struggle to enact woman suffrage in the Empire...

6th Annual Leaf Swap

GOT LEAVES? GET COMPOST! Instead of paying for leaf pickup, bring your CLEAN** bagged leaves (residential leaves only, no branches or other yard waste) to...

Christina Welzer: Asleep at the Trigger

Asleep at the Trigger is based on the idea of lethal beauty. It is at once inviting yet toxic, and it ignites with a passion the desire to possess. The...

Jennifer and Kevin McCoy: Inhabiting the World We Made

In Inhabiting the World We Made, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy present recent projects that examine the marriage of architecture and psychology. Comprised of...

Conference: “The Middle East, the Academy, and the Production of Knowledge”

Since Edward Said's Orientalism almost forty years ago, scholars have viewed the Middle East as a site rife with lessons about the politics of studying...

Full Scale

Ingrained in the culture that is architecture at Cornell AAP is the desire to build and make. From small-scale models, installations, and architecture, the...

Maria Park and Branden Hookway: Training Setting

This exhibition presents collaborative work by Maria Park and Branden Hookway that investigates social and control protocols using a diagrammatic language of...

From the Darkness of the Sea: The Cornell Collection of Blaschka Glass Invertebrate Models

In 1882, at the request of Professor John Henry Comstock and with the support of President Andrew Dickson White, Cornell acquired 570 Blaschka glass sea...

Lines of Inquiry: Learning from Rembrandt's Etchings

More than sixty impressions from across Rembrandt’s oeuvre will show the artist’s process, including how he made changes to his plates, and detail his use of...

Power, Haunting, and Resilience

Fourteen artists from Taiwan expose the lingering, often haunting effects of authoritarianism, social ideology, environmental disaster, international...

Sama Alshaibi: Silsila

Silsila consists of several photographic series and videos by artist Sama Alshaibi. Named for the Arabic word silsila, or “link,” the exhibition is meant to...

Sunday Catholic Mass

The Cornell Catholic Community celebrates Mass every Sunday at 10:30 AM in Sage Chapel. All Are Welcome!

Island Immersion: Diving into Discovery at Shoals Marine Lab

Shoals Marine Laboratory, located 6 miles offshore in the Gulf of Maine, provides a unique learning environment where students can immerse themselves in an...

Dip into Gourds!

The common bottle gourd has played a surprisingly important role in human history. Come join gourd experts Terry Noxel and Graham Ottoson as they explore the...

CU Music: CU Jazz Band with guest saxophone

Cornell University Jazz Band with special guest Chad Lefkowitz-Brown, saxophone; Paul Merrill, director.

DIY Sand Art

Mix colors, make designs, and have fun with SA Sam! Sand art is the perfect addition to your desk or bookshelf.

The Teacher

2016 > Slovakia/Czech Republic > Directed by Jan Hrebejk With Zuzana Maurery, Peter Bebjak, Monika Certezni Maria Drazdechova, a teacher at a Bratislavan...

Le Doulos

1963 > France > Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville With Jean-Paul Belmondo, Monique Hennessy In French, "doulos" refers to a kind of fedora and a police...

Sunday, November 12