The CCA supports numerous arts-related events and projects each year.. Documentation from grant-supported projects completed and presented, artist award presentations, and CCA-initiated projects are archived, including exhibitions, performances, lectures, individual artist and department-generated projects, concerts, installations, and publications.

Listed below is a sample of projects supported by the CCA from 2001 to 2017.

Nov 13 2004

Film Screening/Live Performance. Buster Keaton's Sherlock Junior with live musical accompaniment by the BQE Project, Chamber Ensemble.

Nov 07 2004

The Cornell Collegium (Kristin Kane and Heather Miller, directors) will present a program of early German Baroque music at 4:30 in Barnes Hall. The concert features vocal and instrumental ensembles accompanied by the Barnes Hall 18th-century organ replica.

Nov 05 2004

A graduate student conference comprising three panels of students in humanities, education and law, in addition to three keynote speakers: Dale Turner, Government, Dartmouth; Marigold Linton, Outreach Director, University of Kansas; and renowned Acoma poet and English professor Simon Ortiz.

Oct 31 2004

Featuring Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman, Mrudangam Master, and others.

Oct 29 2004

Pianist Marilyn Nonken performs the program "Signature Pieces," which includes three recent works written for her and ends with Charles Ives' "Concord" Sonata.

Oct 01
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Dec 01 2004

The Lounge Hour Reading Series is a twice-monthly reading event showcasing poets and fiction writers in the MFA program. The event draws an audience of graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and members of the Ithaca community. Oct 7, 6-7pm: Michael Garrett, fiction; Tien Tran, poetry Oct 21, 6-7pm: George McCormick, fiction; Pelin Thornhill, poetry Nov 4, 6-7pm: Readers TBA Nov 16, 6-7pm: Undergraduate Readers TBA Dec 2, 6-7pm: Readers TBA

Sep 12 2004

Exhibition of Cuban movie posters designed by Cuban graphic artists during the 1960s and 1970s. Hartell Gallery

Aug 01 2004

By Jenifer Wightman. Installation of pigmented bacteria illustrating transforming colorfield.

Apr 05
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Apr 10 2004

Series of five paintings by Shu-Fang Liu representing abstract spatial relationships and architectural spatial sequence. Also featuring Corning Museum of Glass and additional works.

Apr 03
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Jun 13 2004

Contemporary Taiwanese Art in the Era of Contention Exhibition curated by An-Yi Pan, assistant professor of art history, Cornell University. Exhibition examines contemporary Taiwanese visual culture through the lenses of political identity and historical memory. Symposium with leading scholars on contemporary Chinese art and post-modern cultural theories from Taiwan & U.S. explores topics integral to the exhibition. Part of the "Art & Politics/Politics & Art"...

Apr 01
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Jun 01 2004

Reflecting on Tianjin's 600 years of urban and social history. Exhibition of 90-110 objects from collections covering Tianjin's years between 1880-1950.

Apr 01 2004

Projection Installation by Kari Davis.  Images projected on three Collegetown locations: 1) The rear exterior facade of the Schwartz Center (SCPA) across from Eddygate Apartments 2) The rear exterior facade of the SCPA across from Cascadilla Hall 3) The exterior terrace between the SCPA and Sheldon Court

Feb 28
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Mar 13 2004

Exhibition of multi-media photographs by Anne Massoni, Individual Artist.

Feb 27
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Feb 28 2004

Two performances of Stravinsky's most political work, "A Soldier's Tale," with Master Puppeteer Dan Butterworth and local musicians.

Feb 22
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Feb 28 2004

Photography exhibition by Nicola Kountoupes. Photo essay documentary of close-up portraits of the artist's grandmother.

Feb 18
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Feb 28 2004

Tony-nominated musical by Sybille Pearson. The story of three couples on a university campus as they deal with the consequences of parenthood. Guest Artists-in-Residence: Will Pomerantz '88, director and choreographer Troy Hourie, set designer.

Jan 31 2004

Performing original scores to the incredible insect and puppet animations of Ladislaw Starewicz. In between film screenings, the Tin Hat Trio will perform five additional pieces from their repertory.

Jan 25
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Jan 30 2004

Photography exhibition by Stafford Smith. Greek-mythology-themed portraits investigating the identity of men and the acquisition of "stuff."

Jan 01
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Mar 01 2004

Eight films from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Krygyzstan and Tadjikistan. MY BROTHER SILK ROAD and THE FLY-UP by Marat Sarulu, Kyrgyzstan / Kazakhstan  MARTIN SCORSESE PRESENTS: THE FALL OF OTRAR by Ardak Amirkulov, Kazakhstan MAN FOLLOWS BIRDS by Ali Khamraev, Uzbekistan THE DAUGHTER-IN-LAW by Khodjakuli Narliev, Turkmenistan TENDERNESS by Elyer Ishmukhamedov, Uzbekistan KAIRAT by Darezhan Omirbaev, Kazakhstan (preceeded by JULY / SCHILDE by Darezhan Omirbaev,...

Jan 01
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Jan 01 2004

Installation / exhibition by Catherine Callahan. Installation: Fall 2004, Monkey Run, Ithaca Exhibition and video documentation: Spring 2005, Hartell Gallery