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Saturday, February 8

2020 Communities in Bloom : Feb 8, 2020

Communities in Bloom When registering online, you can choose to mail in a check, pay via PayPal, or choose a one-time-use via PayPal using a credit card if...

2020 Public Presentations

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Backyard Apple Production

Backyard Apple Production at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County. Date: Feb 8, 2020 (Snow day Feb 15) Time: 10AM-12PM Address: 203 N Hamilton...

Equine Riding Emergencies and Human First Aid

Thank you for registering for the Responding To Emergencies While Riding and Human First Aid and Safety. This will be February 8th at the Willsboro Visitor...

Meat and Vegetable Empanadas

Workshop fee includes samples, take home product and recipes. Due to limited size of workshop, full payment is due before day of workshop. Payments can be...

The Other Side of The Tracks: Discrimination and Social Mobility in the Railroad Industry

"The Other Side of the Tracks” traces the historic struggles and successes of African American and women railroad workers in the twentieth century. This...

Tree & Small Fruit for Home Owners

Join Laura McDermott, Fruit Specialist from the Eastern NY Horticulture Program, for an indoor version of her annual workshop about large and small fruit for...

WNY HWA Survey and Detection Training

Thank you for your interest in the WNY HWA Survey and Detection Training to be held at Emery Park on March 14, 2020! Please click on the blue button below...

AAP NYC Fall 2019 Urban Design Semester: Student Design Plans

During the fall 2019 AAP NYC Urban Design Semester students explored a broad variety of topics ranging from environmental justice and transportation networks...

Condemned Building: Prints of Douglas Darden

"In 1989 during my stay as the Rome Prize Fellow in Architecture at the American Academy in Rome, I ventured into the guarded cell of the rare books...

Sam Price: Is This Not Happy?!

In Sam Price's (B.F.A. '21) Is This Not Happy?!, visitors can rotate the work to contemplate new ways of observing art in an exhibition setting. Sam begins...

Stephanie Syjuco: Citizens

Citizens features work by Stephanie Syjuco that probes both philosophical and historical definitions of what it means to be a "citizen" in terms of national...

Travelogue

Travelogue: FSAD in India, a new exhibition in the Department of Fiber Science and Apparel Design, will open in the Jill Stuart Gallery on February 5th. Just...

Voices on Goodness, Gratitude & Belonging

Portraits and words of the Cornell community captured by visiting freelance photographer, peace activist, and author of two award-winning photo books from...

BBMTA Pre Health Conference

The BBMTA organization in co-sponsorship with the CSTEP program and the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives is hosting their annual prehealth...

Farm Transition Workshop

Farm transition is among the most serious challenges in agriculture today. Whether it is a farmer aging out and wanting to retire, or a young farmer trying...

Student printmakers illustrate their connections to plants

The recognition of the interconnectivity between human beings and the natural world is a profound knowledge that reminds the former of the crucial presence...

Malaysia, Sarawak, Iban Dayak people. Pua kumbu ceremonial hanging, late 19th or early 20th century

In conjunction with the semester-long course “Constructing New Narratives: Curatorial Practice Today” (ARTH 6010), the Museum’s wing gallery becomes the site...

Exhibit: 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...

Lai Fong, [Actors],  1870s, collection of Stephan Loewentheil, JD '75

This exhibition introduces viewers to the work of Lai Fong, arguably the most ambitious and successful photographer of nineteenth-century China. Lai...

Thomas Cole, Evening in Arcady (1843), Wadsworth Atheneum

During the nineteenth century, the experience of viewing artwork was very different from that found in most museum and gallery installations today. In the...

Journal of Law & Public Policy Elections

The Journal of Law & Public Policy will host public elections to select new board members for the next volume of the journal. This event is funded by the...

The Space of a Silence

In the preface to his 1961 book Madness and Civilization, Michel Foucault posits that since after the Renaissance, the mad, the marginalized others, the...

Darwin Days Film: "Wings of Life"

In this stunning film full of intrigue, drama and mesmerizing beauty, you'll get up close and personal with pollinators--butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, and...

Dexter Kennedy, guest organist: CU Music

Dexter Kennedy, guest organist. Music by J. S. Bach and others, including Partite diverse sopra “Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig,” BWV 768.

Jojo Rabbit (Friday evening screening cancelled due to weather, see notes)

2019 > Czech Republic/New Zealand > Directed by Taika Waititi With Roman Griffin Davis, Scarlett Johansson, Taika Waititi A lonely German boy's world view is...

Sierra Duo: CU Music

Sierra Duo: John Haines-Eitzen (cello) and Matthew Bengtson (piano) perform music by Roberto Sierra, Brahms, and Franck.

Jojo Rabbit (Friday evening screening cancelled due to weather, see notes)

2019 > Czech Republic/New Zealand > Directed by Taika Waititi With Roman Griffin Davis, Scarlett Johansson, Taika Waititi A lonely German boy's world view is...

Saturday, February 8