Born of Ithaca’s sublime terrain, Lightwave is both an ode and an invitation; it celebrates the landscape with mimicry and welcomes the public with luminous splendor.
The CCA Grant Program offers direct financial support for the development of new, experimental, and exceptional arts projects by Cornell students, faculty, programs and departments.
CCA-FUNDED PROJECTS: FALL 2013
Scientific imaging technologies play a key role of investigating the natural world.
A short documentary exploring the history of Lavender Hill, a gay and lesbian commune founded in West Danby in 1973, and the rise and fall of commune culture in Tompkins County.
Cornell faculty Michael Ashkin, Annie Lewandowski, and former Music lecturer Tim Feeney will be celebrating the release of their DVD Depot/Centralia/Tiber with a live performance and screening at the Cornell’s Johnson Museum of Art.
The Academy offers keyboard players the opportunity to explore the music of the 17th to 20th centuries through the avenue of instruments, sources and performance practices familiar to the composer.
A ceramic installation by James Blair (M.Arch. ’13) and Mia Miyoung Kang (M.Arch. ’13) that reveals the relationship between form, sound, light, and space.
A South Indian classical music concert featuring chitravina by Chitravina Ravikiran, violin by Tara Bangalore, and mridangam drums by Vinod Ramachandran.
Critically acclaimed multi-media artist and scholar Coco Fusco and the Johnson Museum will host a related exhibition of her recent video and installation work, as part of the graduate symposium in the history of art titled Movement: The Body and Object in Motion.
Solisti Ensemble will be a guest of the Cornell Orchestras and will collaborate on a new work commissioned by the Solisti Ensemble and on Schuert’s Death and the Maiden.
Filmmaker Caroline Martel will be joining ondiste Genevieve Grenier for a screening and live musical demonstration of Martel's film, Wavemakers.
A performance as a part of a residency with Ken Pierce, director of the Ken Pierce Baroque Dance Company.
The Melodramatics Theatre Company's production this Fall will be presenting Stephen Sondheim’s daring musical Sweeney Todd in Risley Theatre.
A celebration of Filipino rondalla music, featuring renowned Filipino instrument master and instructor Michael Dadap.
Cornell Cinema welcomes back the Alloy Orchestra for a series of events featuring live music accompanying silent films.
Part performance and part presentation, "Embodying Meaning" will see alumnus Nathaniel Stern discussing more than a decade of collaborative and solo projects.
A collection by Paige Kozak, B.S. '15, challenging the utilization of graphics in apparel and utilizing apparel as a component in graphics.
A residency featuring celebrated composer Martin Bresnick and pianist Lisa Moore that will examine issues concerning the current field of composition, the development of postmodernism in American culture as reflected in new music.
A visual art project questioning the nature of the classically grounded self-portrait as it becomes corrupted by digital artmaking techniques.
Cornell Cinema and the Cornell Department of Music present an evening of live, improvised rock by Powerdove.