Materials science and engineering professor Uli Wiesner, artist Kimsooja, CCA Director Stephanie Owens and architect Jaeho Chong with Kimsooja's "A Needle Woman" after its installation on the Arts Quad in September.
Biennial’s art and science collaborations earn acclaim
A temporary art installation on campus, part of the Cornell Council for the Arts’ (CCA)...
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Kimsooja, A Needle Woman: Galaxy was a Memory, Earth is a Souvenir, 2014. Steel, custom acrylic panel, laminated block copolymer film, mirror; 46 x 4.5 (diameter) feet. Photograph: Jaeho Chong. © Kimsooja Studio.
New artwork by Kimsooja unveiled as part of the 2014 Biennial
As part of the 2014 CCA Biennial, Korean-born conceptual multi-media artist Kimsooja has created a new work...
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CCA director Stephanie Owens and professor Uli Wiesner look over a polymer sample in Wiesner's lab, which developed material for artist Kimsooja's "Needle Woman" project on the Arts Quad.
Art and nanotech converge in campus biennial
The biennial theme intends to “show how artists address realms of human experience that lie...
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CCA Director Stephanie Owens, left, and artist kimsooja toured the Arts Quad Nov. 23, the intended site of the artist's installation project in the 2014 CCA Biennial.
2014 Biennial to explore nanotech as artistic medium
A campuswide exhibition next fall will explore the cultural and human consequences of seeing the...
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Writer Andrew Boryga ’13 earns Undergraduate Artist honor
Described by Cornell faculty in English as a major literary talent with great career potential,...
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Cornell Council for the Arts seeks project proposals
The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) is accepting applications through March 14 for its...
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Image by Joanna Baucic BFA '13, CCA grant recipient
CCA grant winners to present arts projects at Cornell
From sculptural installations, exhibitions and performances to a symposium on DIY electronics, 41 art projects...
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Image by Elizabeth Corkery, M.F.A. '13, CCA grant recipient
Cornell Council for the Arts seeks project proposals
The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) is accepting applications for its next grant cycle,...
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CCA Grants 45 Arts Projects
In November 2011 the Cornell Council for the Arts awarded grants to nine student organizations,...
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Stephanie Owens is the new director of the Cornell Council for the Arts.
Stephanie Owens, CCA Director 2011-14
Stephanie Owens, an artist, writer, curator and a visiting assistant professor of art in the...
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