Kimsooja discusses her installation A Needle Woman: Galaxy Was a Memory, Earth is a Souvenir, on view in the Arts Quad.
Korean artist kimsooja's A Needle Woman: Galaxy Was a Memory, Earth is a Souvenir — a coffered steel and polymer needle-shaped sculpture made for an intimate exterior and interior experience — will be installed on the Arts Quad until December.
CCA-FUNDED EVENTS: FALL 2014
Join members of the Cornell community and Biennial artists for this celebratory event.
The Symposium brings together Biennial artists, Cornell nano researchers, material scientists, faculty artist/researchers, student artists and independent scholars for a full-day of presentations and discussions of their work
The Leonardo Education and Arts Forum (LEAF) continues its successful international education event-initiative at Cornell with a workshop led by professors Paul Thomas and Stephanie Owens.
Cave painting is brought to life by the unexpected use of construction lights and bird sculptures in this outdoor installation by Jenn Houle.
As part of The Charles Babbage Memorial Flight and Payload project, new media artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer will be performing a live flight on Cornell University's Arts Quad.
Katarina Cheng '15 presents a photography project to address the issue of ageism in the context of the Cornell community.
Bronx Lives is a collaborative film project exploring the urban landscape of homelessness in the Bronx area of New York City.
El Anatsui will discuss his work in conversation with Chika Okeke-Agulu.
The Melodramatics Theatre Company, in association with the Flexible Theatre Company, presents Pippin.
American artist and composer Tristan Perich will have a Cornell University residency this November.
Claire Stack '15 directs The Women of Lockerbie, a poetic drama written by Deborah Brevoort about the victims of the crash of Pan Am 103.
Composer, virtuoso clarinetist, and educator Derek Bermel comes to Cornell for an artist residency.
The Centrally Isolated Film Festival (CIFF) brings together the central New York student film community through recognition of student work.
To Uphold the Law is a 35 minute film that explores anti-drone activism in Upstate N.Y.