Events

Friday, July 21

"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...

CAU summer program: Focus on Aesthetics—A Photography Workshop, led by Jessica Evett

Designed for novice digital photographers, this class will focus on camera use and the aesthetics of photography. A fine and well-traveled photographer,...

CAU summer program: Real Cooking for Real People, led by Therese O'Connor

How best to braise, roast, sauté, and bake succulent fare? Therese O'Connor, director of training for Cornell Dining and a wonderful chef and teacher, will...

CAU summer program: Sharia—The Origins and Workings of Islamic Law, led by David Powers

Based on the Quran and the sayings of the prophet Muhammad, sharia—Islamic law—deals not only with crime, politics, marriage, divorce, inheritance, trade,...

CAU summer program: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Upstate New York, led by Nancy Green

The A. David Tobin Seminar in the Arts The Arts and Crafts movement, with its enormous influence on the fine and decorative arts in Europe and America in...

CAU summer program: The Golf Clinic, led by Matt Baughan

Led by head men's coach Matt Baughan, CAU's golf clinic will include daily group work and individual instruction in shot execution (and rules) as well as in...

CAU summer program: The Personal Essay—A Writing Workshop, led by Charles Green

Writing the personal essay—the informal or familiar or genuine essay—is a wonderful means of exploring what really matters to you. In this class, you'll...

CAU summer program: The Search for Self in Literature and Psychology, led by Harry Segal

What exactly is the self? We'll delve deeply into that question with the guidance of Harry Segal, who teaches in Cornell's Department of Psychology and in...

CAU summer program: Thrills and Skills, led by David Moriah

Welcome to CAU's more modest version of the ninja warriors! If you're in reasonably good health and blessed with an adventurous spirit, join us for a week to...

EPA Lead RRP-Initial 07/21/17 Schenectady

LEAD RENOVATION, REPAIR, & PAINTING (RRP-INITIAL) July 2017-TRAINING CLASSES CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED- REGISTER TODAY- ALL TRAININGS ARE FREE

Food Preservation

FOOD PRESERVATION WORKSHOPS $20 PER CLASS 5:30P—8:30P ----REGISTRATION REQUIRED 5 BUSINESS DAYS BEFORE CLASS---- CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION—ONEIDA COUNTY...

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...

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...

Lea Stagno: Reimagining Traditional Construction Techniques for a Contemporary Crisis

The latest research from Venezuelan-born architect Lea Stagno (M.Arch.II '15) is driven by a unique crisis. In her home country, scarcity and hyperinflation...

Wake the Form: Artists’ Books in Context

This exhibition explores the art of the book with a display of fine printing, artists’ books, and other rare editions drawn from Cornell’s collections....

All for One and One for All: Portfolios from the Permanent Collection

Whether highlighting a single artist’s trajectory over time or merging the communal efforts of multiple artists around a unified theme or to commemorate a...

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...

Robert Richenburg: Abstract Expressionist Painter

In the late 1950s Robert Richenburg was at the height of his fame as a painter of the New York School, exhibiting most famously alongside Pollock and de...

The Best Way to Prepare Bananas: Fruits of the Soul from the Permanent Collection

Drawn entirely from the Johnson’s collection, many works are exhibited here for the first time, featuring gifts of Cornell alumni and several artists with...

The Buzz Saw Sharks of Long Ago

Exhibition On-Display May 19th through September 4th, 2017 Travelling from the Idaho Museum of Natural History "The Buzz Saw Sharks of Long Ago" exhibition...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

What's the Buzz? with artist Ray Troll

Join us at the Museum of the Earth for drinks, a mingle, and a talk by Alaskan artist, Ray Troll, creator of the artwork in The Buzz Saw Sharks of Long Ago,...

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games.

Summer Session outdoor concert

(Rain location Klarman Hall Auditorium)

The Pelotones

A favorite of social dancers throughout the Finger Lakes, The Pelotones play in a wide range of styles, from swing, jazz, and R&B to rock-and-roll and...

Fuertes Observatory Public Open House

The Cornell Astronomical Society will host public open house nights at the 100 year old Fuertes Observatory every Friday evening from 8pm to midnight...

Friday, July 21