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A Muslim girl among the crowd at a demonstration in Phnom Penh in December 2014, in a scene from "Angkor Awakens."
‘Angkor Awakens’ explores Cambodia’s hope, traumatic past
Robert H. Lieberman set out to paint a portrait of modern-day Cambodia with his new...
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An image taken in the Yarmouk refugee camp outside Damascus, from the multimedia production 'Desert of Light' at the Schwartz Center. Photo by Lens Yound Dimashqi.
Palestinian-Syrian refugees focus of play ‘Desert of Light’
Palestinian-Syrian playwright Rama Haydar’s “Desert of Light” is a tragicomic and human portrayal of the...
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Polyphony
Art You’re a Part of: Polyphony at the John Hartell Gallery
Underneath the Sibley dome, adjacent to the College of Architecture, Art and Planning Dean’s Office,...
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Master of Fine Arts student Jerry Lim's handmade artist book "The Light House is Not a Nautical Themed Bar.”
Cornell Council for the Arts supports 40 new projects
The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) has awarded grants supporting 40 projects to be presented or...
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The Cornell Fashion Collective's recent runway show was supported by a Cornell Council for the Arts grant.
Cornell Council for the Arts accepting project proposals
The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) is seeking members of the campus community with...
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Linnea Fong ’16 works on her sportswear collection.
Cornell to strike a pose at 32nd runway show March 12
At the 32nd Annual Cornell Fashion Collective (CFC) Runway Show, more than 100 student models, cast from...
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A Needle Woman. Photo by Jason Koski/University Photography.
Art series highlights creative discovery in ‘A Needle Woman’
An innovative creative project by Korean-American artist Kimsooja with Cornell scientists and students is the...
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Ariana Kim
Ariana Kim records ‘powerful’ works by women composers
Violinist Ariana Kim, assistant professor in the Department of Music, showcases works by pioneering american...
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Graduate student Lauren van Haaften-Schick received CCA funds for Access Apparati, a workshop series in the History of Art 2015-16 Visual Culture Colloquium exploring data visualization, archival practices and other topics. (Image from Burak Arikan’s Tension series, depicting aspects of data networks.)
Cornell Council for the Arts awards 33 project grants
The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) awarded grants earlier this year to support 33 art...
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The Ho-Am Foundation
CCA Biennial Artist Kimsooja wins 2015 Ho-Am Foundation Prize
The CCA would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to CCA 2014 Biennial Artist-in-Residence Kimsooja...
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