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.
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.
Yiddish theater grabs you by the kishkes (guts) and doesn’t let go. Now the tradition is coming to Ithaca, with all the humor, pathos and meaning of its long history. The first-ever Yiddish Theater Festival in the Finger Lakes stars New York City’s New Yiddish Rep and includes four events over three nights.
The South Asia Program, together with Cornell’s Pakistani Student Association (PSA), is proud to announce the return of Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad Qawwal and Brothers, the premier Qawwal group of Pakistan. Qawwali - meaning ‘word’, the wise word, representing the divine voice - is Sufi music, which originated from Iran and developed in South Asia.
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.
The Cornell Fashion Collective will present its 31st annual spring fashion show, highlighting the work of over 50 design students.
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.
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 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.