Space + Installation

Adam Shulman
What is That Outside of Schwartz!?
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For many Cornellians, sunbathing on the patio outside of Schwartz Performing Arts Center is a quintessential memory of joyful warm days in Ithaca. Yet, despite its location in the busiest and loudest part of Collegetown, very few people would linger...
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Eder Muniz
Botanic Gardens mural nurtures connections with plants
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In addition to its natural splendor, Cornell Botanic Gardens now boasts an outdoor art installation: a two-story mural, created in September 2019 by Brazilian street artist Eder Muniz. “A Dança Da Natureza” (The Dance of Nature) incorporates nature, a human figure, animals...
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Ruth Bader Ginsberg
Rethinking empowerment with ‘Fashions from the Frontline’ at Cornell exhibition
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Knit hats in all different shades of pink from the Women’s March fill a display case. In front of the hats is a colorful circus-themed ensemble created by a Cornell student. A few displays down are the shoes worn by...
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Kheel Center/Provided
Exhibit chronicles women’s empowerment through fashion
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Chronicling how women have strategically used fashion to empower and collectively uplift themselves, the exhibition is part of the 2018 Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial and explores the Biennial theme of “Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival” through fashion objects. It was curated...
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Image/Rachel Getman
Cornell Exhibit to Feature Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Shoes, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Collars
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Chronicling how women have strategically used fashion to empower and collectively uplift themselves, the exhibition is part of the 2018 Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial and explores the Biennial theme of “Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival” through fashion objects. It was curated...
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Boris Tsang / Sun Assistant Photography Editor
What are the Mysterious Structures on the Arts Quad?
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One day, Cornellians woke up to find two unassuming, beige-colored structures in the Arts Quad that didn’t entirely seem at home there. Some students jokingly speculated the construction was part of the planned Sophomore Village that is meant to be...
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