Events

Wednesday, July 5

"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...

Therapeutic Horticulture Clinic: Pesticide-Free Farming

The Canandaigua VA Medical Center and EquiCenter in Mendon, NY are partnering to offer a therapeutic horticulture clinic directed by Dr. Paul Dougherty,...

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...

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...

Dilmun Hill Work Party

Experience the latest in sustainable agricultural practices and support Dilmun Hill, Cornell’s student-run farm right here on campus. Work alongside...

Workshop Wednesdays at the Johnson Museum

Try your hand at different artistic processes at these special drop-in workshops. No registration is required, but space is limited to first-come,...

Hent de Vries, “Phenomenology and Theology: Heidegger’s Luther”

Free public lecture by Hent de Vries, Russ Family Professor in the Humanities and Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University; Director of the School of Criticism...

Glenn Altschuler: "The Future Belongs to Those Who Tell the Best Stories: Advocacy Techniques in Great American Trials"

Glenn Altschuler, the Thomas and Dorothy Professor of American Studies at Cornell and dean of the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, will...

Wednesday, July 5