Cornell University

Events

Saturday, October 30

Image: USDA National Agroforestry Center

Join Ann Supa, Master Preserver at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County, as she leads attendees through three different food preservation...

Image: USDA National Agroforestry Center

The Game of Logging level 2 is a training program expanding on the skills from Level 1 Participants must bring own chainsaw and safety gear to engage in...

Image: USDA National Agroforestry Center

Back in July, Homer Town residents interested in raising chickens and other fowl received exciting news –a new local law, permitting landowners in...

FeGenes study flyer

The FeGenes Study, led by the O'Brien and Gu Labs, is seeking participants. This study seeks to understand population differences in iron absorption and...

Image: USDA National Agroforestry Center

Thank you for your offer to help build the Veterans Sensory and Vegetable Garden beds. Just a few quick questions to help organizers plan (After all, we...

Sapsucker Woods by Brian Maley

Guided bird walks along Sapsucker Woods trails will resume this weekend on Saturday, October 4. The walks will take place on Saturdays only and begin at 8:30...

Thailand, 19th century. Porcelain tray with overglaze enamels. Gift of Ruth B. Sharp.

“(Re)collecting” signifies the active process of remembering and draws attention to the power of collections to elicit memories and histories and to act as...

Nicholas Galanin, "We Dreamt Deaf" (2015)

Art and Environmental Struggle brings together the work of twenty artists responding to environmental challenges occurring in their countries and...

Felice Giani, “Virgil and Dante in the Bark of Charon” (detail)

In 1892, as Willard Fiske, Cornell University’s first librarian, was restoring a villa near Florence, he impulsively purchased a 1536 edition of the Divine...

Faith Ringgold, "Seven Passages to a Flight" (1998)

Following the 2020 centennial of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, this exhibition looks at the creative history of women expressing themselves in...

Cait McCarthy & Jordan Young: Translations + Projections

"Imagination is not held within the mind, but it is potentially active in all the areas of transition from persons to objects or pictures. It operates, in...

Photo of imprisoned Nikolai Vavilov (1887-1943), Saratov, Russia 1940

Nikolai Vavilov was the most brilliant plant geneticist of the early Soviet Union, achieving worldwide scientific fame, yet he died in prison with his work...

Landscape Sculptures: Conversations with Land and Water

A new exhibit by Finger Lakes artist June Szabo opens the 2021/2022 public programming year at Mann Library on the Cornell University Ag Quad. “Landscape...

Venture! Lecture Series Organized by Florian Idenburg

Venture! Design can be understood as "giving form to things to come." One enters a design trajectory to work towards a set of desired outcomes. In the past,...

Canning & Preserving the Harvest (Free to Military Veterans)

Join Ann Supa, Master Preserver at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County, as she leads attendees through three different food preservation...

Reach for the Sky

By Cole Romero ‘22 with music by Luke Ellis ‘24 Reach for The Sky is an original experience with music that follows Sky as they journey through their mind...

Chorus Twilight Concert: CU Music

Sarah Bowe, director. Cornell University's acclaimed treble choir presents their annual Twilight performance, showcasing repertoire across the Chorus's past...

Reach for the Sky

By Cole Romero ‘22 with music by Luke Ellis ‘24 Reach for The Sky is an original experience with music that follows Sky as they journey through their mind...

Shaun of the Dead

Shaun is a somewhat typical bloke: his girl is mad at him for not paying her enough attention, his Mum wants him to get a better job and settle down, and he...

Saturday, October 30