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Events

Sunday, October 6

4-H Sail the Clearwater

4-H Sail the Clearwater Sunday, October 6th 12:00-3:00pm $35 per person (NOTE PAYPAL NOT REQUIRED: When you select PAYPAL Option, it will bring you to a...

Fashion & Feathers

A collaboration between the Cornell Costume & Textile Collection, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and the Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates, Fashion &...

2019 New York State Veterinary Conference

REGISTER NOW ENGAGE APPLY EXCEL The 2019 New York State Veterinary Conference is a three-day continuing education opportunity that provides attendees...

Beverly Semmes: FRP: RPF

This exhibition presents work by Beverly Semmes from her acclaimed Feminist Responsibility Project (FRP). Initiated in the early 2000s, FRP originated as a...

Full Circle Exhibit

The 14th Annual Barbara L. Kuhlman Scholars’ Group Exhibition showcases original fiber arts and wearable artworks created by seven FSAD students. This year’s...

Patrick Brennan: Burning Down the House

This immersive site-specific installation fills Tjaden Hall's Experimental Gallery with paintings, sculptures, and video, creating an open labyrinth. Works...

William Demaria and Steven McDonald: Memories of a Faded Landscape

Memories of a Faded Landscape explores themes associated with realism and romantic fantasy within the context of climate change and ecological collapse....

Esra Akcan: Open Architecture: A Book on Migration

Open Architecture: A Book on Migration is an exhibition that invites the audience into a scholar's world. Rather than showing archival documents or...

Sustainability Scavenger Hunt

What is the "Sustainability GooseChase?" Join the chase! The first ever campus-wide sustainability scavenger hunt is coming to Cornell University for the...

how the light gets in

In 2016, the Pew Research Center reported “nearly 1 in 100 people worldwide are now displaced from their homes.” how the light gets in is an exhibition about...

ARCH 4509/6509: Drawing as Parallel Practice

This exhibition features student drawings, paintings, and models from the Drawing as Parallel Practice seminar held in spring 2019. The class is based on...

Ada Lovelace Day: Women in the Sciences Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

Join us at this edit-a-thon to honor and highlight under-recognized women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), and related fields! And...

Cider Sunday at the Cornell Orchards

Cornell Orchards Store will host apple enthusiasts of all ages for an afternoon of walks through Cornell's research orchards, talks from educators,...

Work Party at Dilmun Hill Student Farm

Wednesdays, 4-7 pm Sundays, 2-5 pm at Dilmun Hill Student Farm Depending on the season, we will be installing beds, sowing, planting, weeding or harvesting....

Class of 2023: Be part of this class exhibit

Have your portrait taken & answer this question: What are you grateful for? Portraits by award-winning professional photographer, John Noltner...

Cornell Wind Symphony: CU Music

Cornell Wind Symphony; Joseph Hermann, conductor. "The Russian Connection" includes music by Agapkin, Kalinnikov, Scriabin, and Tchaikovsky; and features...

Ága

"Living in a yurt in frozen, end-of-the-earth Siberia, an Arctic indigenous couple, Nanook and Sedna, are self-sufficient, aided by their sled-dog and an...

Transit

In Christian Petzold's brilliant and haunting modern-day adaptation of Anna Seghers's 1942 novel Transit Visa, Georg, a German refugee (Franz Rogowski),...

WVBR'S BOUND FOR GLORY STARTS ITS 53rd YEAR, FALL 2019.

Phil Shapiro, host of WVBR's Bound for Glory since its inception in 1967, announces the Fall schedule, the start of the 53rd year of this Central New York...

Sunday, October 6