A campus-wide art exhibition that explores the cultural and human consequences of engaging the world at the micro and macro levels through recent nano science and contemporary networked media.

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The Women of Lockerbie, a poetic drama written by Deborah Brevoort about the victims of the crash of Pan Am 103, debuts on campus November 13.

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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.

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CCA-FUNDED EVENTS: FALL 2014

Cave painting is brought to life by the unexpected use of construction lights and bird sculptures in this outdoor installation by Jenn Houle.

Sep 26

"Firing the Canon" focuses on the rejection and destruction of the casts, setting their historical treatment at Cornell in the context of broader artistic and intellectual movements.

Nov 01
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Dec 31

American artist and composer Tristan Perich will have a Cornell University residency this November.

Nov 07
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Nov 08

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.

Nov 13
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Nov 15

Cornell Symphony Orchestra with conductor Chris Younghoon Kim present the premiere of Christopher Stark’s Soldier Asleep at the Tomb, with guest soprano Lucy Fitz Gibbon, and Mahler’s Symphony No. 5.

Nov 14

To Uphold the Law is a 35 minute film that explores anti-drone activism in Upstate N.Y.

Nov 21
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Apr 18