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Events

Sunday, September 22

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...

Emma Ulen-Klees: Half-Life

While plastic pervades almost every aspect of contemporary life, one of the most direct points of contact is through single-use or "throwaway" plastics....

Vaidehi Reddy: Melting (A Cultural Collocation)

Melting (A Cultural Collocation) features work by Vaidehi Reddy (B.F.A. '22).

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...

Aiza Ahmed: Body Language

Body Language is an exhibition featuring new work by Aiza Ahmed (B.F.A. '20) on display at the Hilton Garden Inn.

All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement

The exhibit All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement will be displayed at the Kheel Center’s lobby in Ives Hall at the ILR School...

Ash Trees: A Story of Relationships, Loss, and Hope

The emerald ash borer, an invasive wood-boring insect, has killed millions of ash (Fraxinus spp.) trees in North America since the insect arrived in the...

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...

Garden & Arboretum Hikes

Experience the beautiful gardens, arboretum, woodland trails, and panoramic views that helped Cornell Botanic Gardens earn its #1 ranking as the most...

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...

PolliNation: Artists & Scientists Crossing Borders to Explore the Value of Pollinator Health

Threats to pollinator health are intense and varied, from habitat loss and climate change to diseases and pesticides. A summer exhibit in the Mann Gallery,...

Unturned Leaves: Early Women in Botanical Illustration

Until only recently, science has generally been associated with the work of men, and its leading figures have generally been those endowed with the means to...

Masterclass with Ryan Kerberle and Jazz+

Since arriving in New York City in 1999, trombonist/composer Ryan Keberle has performed with a jaw-dropping roster of legendary musicians across a vast array...

Saudi National Day

Join our celebrations and get introduced to our rich culture. Activities will include a cultural potluck with delicious Saudi and Arabic meals, a game show...

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....

Late Spring

One of the most powerful of Yasujiro Ozu's family portraits, Late Spring tells the story of a widowed father who feels compelled to marry off his beloved...

Pubspeak: Should Intelligent Design/Creationism be Taught in the Science Classroom?

The question as to whether Intelligent Design and/or Creationism should be taught along with Evolution in the Biology classroom has been, and remains quite...

Ryan Kerberle and Catharsis: Jazz+ Present

Since arriving in New York City in 1999, trombonist/composer Ryan Keberle has performed with a jaw-dropping roster of legendary musicians across a vast array...

Too Late to Die Young

Three youths and their families face growing up and change on a commune in the first summer (1990) of democracy's return to Chile. "Inspired by the...

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, September 22