This exhibition will showcase the many talents of Cornell with musical and dance performances, art activities, refreshments, and much more. Free and open to all students.
The grant program fosters a vital environment for the creative arts on Cornell’s main campus and its satellite locations and connects Cornell artists to the art world at large and is particularly interested in promoting original, emergent and critically-engaged art forms and ideas.
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: SPRING 2015
During March 5–9, 2015, the Environs Messiaen: Nature Rendered at the Keyboard festival at Cornell University will explore works inspired by nature, inviting us to pause and listen again.
This three-day residency presented in partnership with the Cornell Department of Music and guest EunKyung Kim will center on a chamber music concert at Ithaca's Carriage House, featuring works by Poulenc, Stravinsky and Mozart.
The AGIT Lab is a series of laboratory performances presenting innovative and developing work from graduate students in the Theatre Arts field, featuring undergraduate, graduate, and community performers.
Conducted by Chris Kim, the Bryant Park String Quartet will focus on Lassus and Renaissance composers including short choral pieces from Caroline Shaw (Entr'act), Feldman (Structures), and Beethoven (Grosse Fuge).
a muse, featuring Quincy, an aloof high school senior with an affinity for gnomes and a bad habit of stealing library cds, seeks to invigorate and inspire by finding the wit and beauty in the banal.
Connecting Cornell's past to its present, and on behalf of the PMA #150events campaign, this event will celebrate the University's Sesquicentennial by situating Hip Hop dance in relation to Cornell's broader history of dance-- bringing together contemporary dancers, renowned scholars, and pioneering cultural activists.
Breath, Contained is an interdisciplinary installation and musical composition by DMA composer/artist Tonia Ko that explores bubble wrap as a medium for both visual art and music.
The Cornell Fashion Collective will present its 31st annual spring fashion show, highlighting the work of over 50 design students.
Brandon Wen's collection, "Herself," re-evaluates fashion and art through the tension of "perfect shapes": this one-night show for the Cornell Fashion Collective will be displayed at Barton Hall.
An intimate and immersive event,They that sow in tears combines the music of Heinrich Schütz (1585-1682) and his contemporaries with spoken prose and poetry and improvised organ meditations.
Cornell’s one and only Taiko drumming group, Yamatai, will perform at PULSE 2015, incorporating traditional Taiko pieces as well as original compositions.
Cornell University Department of Art presents the 2015 M.F.A. exhibition at Site 109 in New York City. The exhibition consists of works by 12 emerging artists in various media.