Events

Tuesday, May 9

"what lies beneath" wood art hosted by Cornell Botanic Gardens

Local woodworking eco artist Lisa M. Narloch of Wood Owl Original Designs brings her unique, rustic locally sourced art to the Cornell Botanic Gardens Nevin...

Friends in the Field Clothing & Shoe Drive for Immigrant Farmworkers

The Cornell Institute for Public Affairs has partnered with the Cornell Farmworker Program and five other organizations on campus to hold a campus-wide...

Regulations

Regulations May 16th from 6pm – 7:30pm at the Utica Public Library Why is it important to review the regulations for child care? Where do we find important...

Around the World and Back: Building Cornell Nature Collections Through Exploration

For centuries, biological specimens have made key insights in the life sciences possible. Now, new technologies—from chemical and genetic sampling that help...

B.F.A. Thesis Group Show: Milkshake

Milkshake is the thesis exhibition featuring new work from Veronica Constable (B.F.A. '17), Hannah Han (B.F.A. '17), and Mia Toledo (B.F.A. '17).

B.F.A. Thesis Group Show: Scrolls

Scrolls is a cultural and autobiographical exhibition of ritual and memory, physicality and fleeting, feminism and inheritance, and issues of bodies and...

Mark Catesby: Naturalist in North America

Mark Catesby, an English naturalist of the 18th century, remains a mysterious figure despite his tall stature amongst scientists of his day. His seminal...

The Magic of Mushrooms

Professor Kathie Hodge’s class, Magical Mushrooms, Mischievous Molds is not your typical biology class— it’s more like a narrated double-decker bus tour of...

Anarchy in the Archives

“Anarchy in the Archives” explores punk’s cultural and political impact from the mid-1970s to the present day through a vast array of rare artifacts. The...

Autoscopia: Drone Photography by Thomas J. Campanella

In The Practice of Everyday Life, Michel de Certeau argued that the walker in the city can never know the urban landscape as a scopic whole. City dwellers,...

Nature: Framed--Mixed media by Trina Bruno

Trina Bruno spent her childhood amidst the frenetic rhythms of Manhattan, observing nature through windows. Using varied textures and materials, and putting...

What Lies Beneath--Wood art by Lisa M. Narloch

Lisa M. Narloch’s recent work includes a variety of local woods from her own property and around Central New York. She is very careful to determine the state...

Empathy Academy: Social Practice and the Problem of Objects

This exhibition has been reconceived by the students in the course "Empathy Academy: Social Practice and the Problem of Objects" (ART 3799) in response to...

Escaping the Ordinary: Artistic Imagination in Early Modern Prints

The works in this exhibition celebrate artists who explored creative narratives and distant lands, inviting a brief suspension of reality in favor of...

Identity Crisis: Reflections on Public and Private Life in Contemporary Javanese Photography

Organized by the Johnson Museum, this exhibition is the first in the United States to focus on the recent emergence of photography as an art form in Java,...

Joint Physics/Astronomy Colloquium

First Distinguished Carl Sagan Lecture and Joint Physics/Astronomy Colloquium Lord Martin Rees, Royal Astronomer Refreshments: 10:00 am Title: Real and...

The War to End All Wars: Artists and World War I

When war was declared in the summer of 1914, it was presumed by most that it would be over by that Christmas. But as it dragged on for more than four years...

Engaging NYC: Oral History & Caribbean Partnerships

This event features presentations from undergraduate and graduate students in Professor LaBennett’s Engaging NYC class. The students will present work...

PRI's Epoch Online Auction

Enjoy spa days and family getaways, wines and dines, fine art and more...all for a great cause! This online silent auction will raise funds in support of...

Architecture Final Reviews, Spring 2017

Friday, May 5Second-Year B.Arch. Students Vince Mulcahy Milstein Hall dome 12:30 p.m. Guest critics: Luben Dimcheff, Jonathan Ferrari, Isabel Oyuela-Bonzani...

Drawing Spring Wildflowers

Discover the beauty and wonder of ephemeral spring wildflowers in the Mundy Wildflower Garden, as you hone your artistic skills and powers of observation. As...

Stories about Science Impacting Policy: Why Do Science at All?

Chief Scientist of The Nature Conservancy, Hugh Possingham, will share stories about how science has (or has not) had a major impact on environmental policy...

Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series - Gabriel Balmus, DVM, PhD

Gabriel Balmus, DVM, PhD Postdoctoral Associate, Steve Jackson Laboratory Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute University of Cambridge Genomic...

MAE Colloquium: Dr. Jay C. Buckey, Jr., (Dartmouth), "Human Missions to Mars: An Achievable Goal?"

Abstract: This talk will explore why humans should explore Mars, what it takes to get there, and what biomedical challenges we'll need to overcome to travel...

Meet & Repeat: A Pillsbury Institute Speed Networking Event

How can you maximize networking opportunities for your entrepreneurial journey in 5,400 seconds? Come to the Meet & Repeat at the Pillsbury Institute! At...

Pepón Osorio: Side by Side

Pepón Osorio, the artist-in-residence for the 2016 Cornell Council for the Arts biennial titled Abject/Object Empathies, unveils a new, site-specific...

CU Music: Percussion Ensemble

Cornell Percussion Ensemble; Michael Sparhuber, director.

Trivia at the Nines with AC Danielle

Come test your trivia knowledge at the Nines and enjoy some deep dish!

Tuesday, May 9