In Fall 2014, the CCA held its first-ever art biennial featuring new art by leading international artists, arts faculty, and students. As we develop the next Biennial in Fall 2016, we'd like to hear your ideas and suggestions.

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The CCA is looking for a highly motivated, dependable, mature student with interests in the arts to provide support for the organization.

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Selected from a large group of applications from Cornell artists, the projects – in visual art, performing arts, media and literary arts, and architecture – represent a range of creative disciplines across campus.

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The Cornell Contemporary Chamber Players are pleased to present a concert with the OSSIA New Music Ensemble, a group based out of Rochester's Eastman School of Music that specializes in contemporary music.

Nov 01

Luca Spano (MFA '16) presents visual and narrative research on the intersection between beliefs and scientific evidence in relation to "The Giant of Monte Prama," an archeological discovery that is changing some historical certainties of the Mediterranean area.

Nov 09
Nov 13

Breaking Baksbat provides a compelling first-hand look at modern Cambodia — a society at a tipping point, in which one of Asia’s youngest populations is trying to recapture its culture and step forward past what is arguably the most widespread massacre in modern history.

Nov 18

CU Winds welcomes guest composer and conductor Patrick Williams for a residency and concert this fall.

Nov 19
Nov 20

This capstone record project showcases three generations of American women composers, bringing togetherthe worlds of gender studies, music history, and performance.

Nov 22