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Events

Friday, May 25

CAU travel program: Israel and the Palestinian Territory—The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Up Close, with Ross Brann

More than seventy years after the establishment of the state of Israel and the collapse of Palestinian society, resolution of the conflict over the territory...

Exhibit: DRAW A LINE-------------

The exhibit DRAW A LINE ----------------------------------------------, located in Olin Library’s Basement Display case from April 23-May 26, 2018,...

Feeding Your Baby Solid Foods

Feeding Your Baby Solid Foods will be held at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Clinton County, 6064 Route 22, Plattsburgh, Suite #5 July 9th, from...

South Central District 4-H Horse Rally

Thank-you for your interest in the South Central District's 4-H Horse Rally. For more information contact Kelly Adams at Kea32@cornell.edu or (607)...

Venice Biennale: Ports + Portals: Finding the Citizen Body

The exhibition Ports and Portals: Finding the Citizen Body, organized and supported by the Department of Architecture, is featured as partner programming of...

Alexandra Plache and Briana Coleman: The Other Side

The Other Side is the final thesis exhibition for Briana Coleman (B.F.A. '18) and Alexandra Plache (B.F.A. '18).

Fashion and Beauty

This exhibition will present innovative works by 13 FSAD students (9 grads and 4 undergrads) based on their exploration of a wide range of subjects related...

Fashion and Identity in Sri Lankan Cinema:  An Exhibition of Archival Film Stills, by Athula Samarakoon

This exhibition explores perceptions and representations of socio-cultural identities across the latter half of the twentieth century in Sri Lanka through...

Go Figure: The Fashion Silhouette & the Female Form

Curated by Rachel Doran ('19), "Go Figure: The Fashion Silhouette & the Female Form" explores perceptions and representations of Euro-American beauty ideals...

Kylie Corwin and Lauryn Smith: Disagreeing

Disagreeing is the final thesis exhibition for Kylie Corwin (B.F.A. '18) and Lauryn Smith (B.F.A. '18).

Natalie So Yeon Kim and Anna Warfield: Off

A show of thesis works by Natalie So Yeon Kim (B.F.A. '18) and Anna Warfield (B.F.A./B.S. '18) centered on works and themes that are just ever so slightly...

Portraits of Progress: Confronting Indian Malnutrition Through Field-Based Research Under the Tata-Cornell Institute (TCI)

Portraits of Progress celebrates five years of the Tata-Cornell Institute (TCI) and its focus on solving chronic malnutrition in India through...

The Magic of Mushrooms

Cornell students know that ALL mushrooms are magical. Creative art that tells the stories of fabulous fungi is now on view on Mann Library’s 2nd floor study...

The World Bewitch’d: Visions of Witchcraft from the Cornell Collections

The exhibition “The World Bewitch’d” explores the origins and spread of the belief in witchcraft across Europe. It features rare and unique books and...

Debating Art: Chinese Intellectuals at the Crossroads

During the first half of the twentieth century, the movement to “modernize” China was led by Chinese intellectuals who considered aesthetic education and the...

Drawing the Line: 150 Years of European Artists on Paper

This exhibition highlights the variety of drawings from the Johnson Museum’s permanent collection by European artists from the 19th to the mid-20th century,...

Highlights from the Collection: 45 Years at the Johnson

This exhibition celebrates the forty-fifth anniversary of the Johnson Museum, which opened on May 23, 1973. The building, designed by I. M. Pei and made...

Shifting Ground

Shifting Ground presents a survey of landscapes from mid– to late–20th century American art. As imagined representations of place, landscapes are always...

Cornell M.F.A. Group Exhibition 2018: Big Snack

The Cornell University Department of Art is pleased to present Big Snack, the 2018 M.F.A. group exhibition in New York City. Artists include: Bruno Cancado...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

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.

Friday, May 25