The Cherry Arts Competition
The Cherry Arts is a radically local, radically international, experimental multidisciplinary arts company specializing in international performing arts, studio classes, and a newly-opened visual arts gallery, located in Ithaca, NY. The Cherry is now accepting submissions for an exhibition "Local...
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CCA Grants Open 2022!
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) is now accepting applications to the individual grant program. Faculty members, student organizations and individual students alike are invited to apply for up to $2500 ($1000 for students) to pursue an artistic, musical,...
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Kyungwon Moon + Joonho Jeon, The Ways of Folding Space and Flying
Call for Cornell Biennial Applications: January 28, 2022
Cornell Council for the Arts Calls for Entries, 2022 Cornell Biennial, “Futurities, Uncertain,” Fall 2022 In Fall 2022, the Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) will host the fifth Cornell Biennial around the theme, “Futurities, Uncertain.” CCA seeks proposals from...
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"Regio (Royal)" premiers online May 21 and 23
Bilingual “Regio (Royal)” highlights lives of immigrant Latinx workers
“Regio (Royal),” a new theatre production that uses contemporary dance and puppetry to share stories about Latinx immigrant workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, premiers online May 21 and 23, produced by the Department of Performing and Media Arts, College of...
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Adam Shulman
What is That Outside of Schwartz!?
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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Deadline April 28 to apply for arts council grants
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) announces the competition for the CCA grant program. CCA Grants offer direct financial support for the development of new, experimental and exceptional arts projects to be shared with the University and Ithaca community. Applications...
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"Benchmark," a play by student Anna Evtushenko, streams live March 26 and 27.
Memories, tech intertwine in student play ‘Benchmark’
Anna Evtushenko is a student of both information science and playwriting. At the intersection of these two passions is “Benchmark,” her play about a woman who relies on technology to preserve her memories, and what happens when that lifeline is severed.
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Deadline Sept. 14 to apply for arts council grants
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The Cornell Council for the Arts has extended to Sept. 14 the deadline to apply for funding through the Individual Grant Program, which offers direct financial support for the development of new and experimental arts projects to be shared in the Cornell...
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Eder Muniz
Botanic Gardens mural nurtures connections with plants
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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Lucy Fitz Gibbon, center, interim director of the Cornell Voice Program, performs at the 2019 Marlboro Music Festival.
Cornell Concert Series works to keep the music playing
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Social distancing measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 canceled the last two shows of the spring 2020 Cornell Concert Series, challenging organizers to connect performers with fans in new ways. Series manager Deborah Justice is posting reflections from performing artists and others...
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‘Ithaca Sounding’ celebrates homegrown experimental music
Cornell’s Department of Music is collaborating with performers from Ithaca College and the Ithaca community to offer “Ithaca Sounding 2020,” a multiday, multi-venue event, Jan. 30-Feb. 2. The festival and symposium will feature concerts, workshops, talks, presentations and readings focused on modernist...
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“Union Made: Fashioning America in the 20th Century” celebrates the history of the U.S. fashion industry and American textile production through the lens of the history of organized labor.
Cornell fashion exhibit to run at American Labor Museum
The American Labor Museum, in Haledon, New Jersey, is set to celebrate fashion trends alongside the history of organized labor and union labeling efforts in the United States by hosting the exhibit, “Union Made: Fashioning America in the 20th Century.”...
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SWARM
Roundtables to explore 2020 Biennial theme ‘Swarm’
The Cornell Council for the Arts is holding three lunchtime roundtables in preparation for the 2020 Cornell Biennial, focused on the theme “Swarm: Ecology, Digitality, Sociality.” At each roundtable, an interdisciplinary group of faculty members and students will informally discuss their work...
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James McConkey
Writer, emeritus professor James McConkey dies at 98
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Acclaimed writer James McConkey, the Goldwin Smith Professor of English Literature Emeritus and mentor to young writers at Cornell for nearly four decades, died Oct. 24, 2019 at his home in Enfield. He was 98.
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Debate at the State: Baldwin vs. Buckley—The Faith of Our Fathers
Debate team to re-create Buckley vs. Baldwin in play at State
Cornell Speech and Debate Society members have a busy few weeks coming up as they prepare for the national championships and prelims. On top of that, the students are trying on new roles – as actors.
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35th Annual CFC Runway Show
Regina Mun and the Cornell Fashion Collective Stun Cornell’s Barton Hall
Founded by Onslo Carrington ’88 and Laura Russel ’88 in 1984, the Cornell Fashion Collective started as a small organization based out of Willard Straight Hall. Today, it has grown to be one of the largest organizations on campus, and...
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Feminist Directions
Symposium welcomes artists, public to explore feminist performance
The history of feminist performance is one of radical storytelling, of showing how the personal is political, and of carving out spaces in which women can feel, in the words of performance artist Holly Hughes, “at last, fully human.” An...
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Cornell Fashion Collective 35th Runway Show
Hollywood and brides: Designers ready for 35th Runway Show
Months of sketching, designing and hand-sewing original garments comes to a climax for more than two dozen student designers this week at the Cornell Fashion Collective’s 35th annual Runway Show, March 9 from 7-10 p.m. in Barton Hall. The student-run organization provides a...
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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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Provided/Andrew Moisey
The Curdling of American Masculinity in University Frats
Published in October 2018, Moisey’s The American Fraternity: An Illustrated Ritual Manual chronicles a startling pantomime of stunted, rapacious youth alongside the text of a 60-year-old “ritual book” discovered on the floor of an unnamed fraternity at University of California, Berkeley, which the...
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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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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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Knotted installation proposes ways to reduce timber waste
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When a tree is harvested for wood, what happens to the pieces that aren’t ramrod straight? An installation designed by Cornell University’s Robotic Construction Laboratory (RCL) proposes an answer to that question and has used robotic fabrication to build a self-supporting...
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Milstein students get a glimpse of artist Xu Bing’s character
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Students in the Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity were treated to a special Q&A session Sept. 26 with Chinese artist and A.D. White Professor-at-Large Xu Bing, whose animation “The Character of Characters” is on display at the Herbert F....
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CCA Biennial launches with art projects across campus
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The 2018 Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) Biennial launched with a tour of outdoor projects on campus Sept. 28 and artist panels at a conference Sept. 29. The Biennial features Cornell and invited artists, such as Carrie Mae Weems...
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Log Knot, The Emperor’s Canary, and Todd: AAP Faculty and Student Work in the 2018 CCA Biennial
The 2018 Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) Biennial is underway and includes three projects by AAP students and faculty, each taking a different approach to this year's theme of "Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival." The CCA describes the biennial's 18...
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Carrie Mae Weems: HEAVE
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Produced by Carrie Mae Weems for the 2018 CCA Biennial, Heave is a two-part artwork installed in specially designed pavilions on Cornell’s central Arts Quad. Linked to Weems’ 2017 project for the Park Avenue Armory, A Shape of Things, Heave incorporates multimedia design & architectural strategies to probe...
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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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A Meditation on Tongues
Dance, multimedia performance to open 2018 CCA Biennial
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The 2018 Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) Biennial kicks off Sept. 14-15 at 8 p.m. at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts with “A Meditation on Tongues,” conceived and directed by guest artist Ni’Ja Whitson and performed by The NWA Project. Whitson’s...
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Ni'Ja Whitson, A Meditation on Tongues. Photo: Scott Shaw.
CCA Biennial 2018: Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival
The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) announces the theme and participants for the 3rd CCA Biennial, 2018, Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival. Curated by CCA Director, Timothy Murray, the 2018 CCA Biennial features Carrie Mae Weems and Xu Bing along with 18 installations and performances across...
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The LOG KNOT installation is composed of irregularly-shaped logs connected in a twisting design. BreAnne Fleer / Sun News Editor
Robotically-Built LOG KNOT Installation on Ag Quad Optimizes Wood Usage
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Looping around itself on the Ag Quad stands LOG KNOT — On Perpetual Wood Cycles and Forest Processes, a new installation built with robotic technology and made of wood that would usually be discarded. The project, located near Caldwell Hall...
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TEXTURE
TEXTURE Exhibit Invites Patrons Into a World of Tactile Textiles
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Cornellians can now immerse themselves in a world of fabric and feel their way through a new exhibit called TEXTURE, hosted by the Cornell Costume and Textile Collection. TEXTURE displays 22 items in cases as well as touchable pieces of...
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Empathy Project
Empathy project goes online
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Since its launch in September 2016, the Cornell Race and Empathy Project has recorded, archived and shared the everyday stories of Cornellians that evoke racial empathy. The project was funded through the Cornell Council for the Arts’ 2016 biennial and meant to...
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Ni'Ja Whitson, A Meditation on Tongues. Photo: Scott Shaw.
2018 Biennial on ‘Duration’ to feature major artists
With the theme “Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival,” the Biennial opens Sept. 27-29 on campus with a conference, public lectures by Weems and Xu, and participating faculty members and students joining artist panels and leading gallery and installation site tours.
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The Aizuri Quartet, from left, Ariana Kim, Karen Ouzounian, Ayane Kozasa and Miho Saegusa.
Ariana Kim, Aizuri Quartet win prestigious M-Prize
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The Aizuri Quartet, with violinist and assistant professor of music Ariana Kim, took the grand prize May 6 at the M-Prize Chamber Music Competition held at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
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Wynton Marsalis
Students, faculty reflect on lessons from Wynton Marsalis’ visit
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Intense. Approachable. Wise. Those were among the impressions several Cornell faculty and students have from a week spent with jazz musician and educator Wynton Marsalis, on campus March 22-28 for his first extended visit as an Andrew Dickson White Professor-at-Large.
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Jacqueline Fogarty ’18
Designers prep for 34th annual Runway Show
With materials ranging from locally sourced fibers to reclaimed scraps from clothing manufacturers, and designs from transparently human (and feminine) to one-size-fits-all, the 2018 Cornell Fashion Collective (CFC) Runway Show, March 10 in Barton Hall, has it all.
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Wynton Marsalis
Wynton Marsalis to mentor, perform during Cornell visit March 22-28
Famed musician Wynton Marsalis comes to Cornell next week for his first visit as an Andrew Dickson White Professor-at-Large, to mentor and perform with student musicians, participate in classes and engage with the campus and Ithaca communities.
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Locally Grown Dance 2018
Locally Grown Dance performances showcase improvisation, discipline
The Department of Performing and Media Arts (PMA) will present the 2018 Locally Grown Dance concert March 1-3 at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts on the Kiplinger Theatre mainstage. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. nightly.
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“Obsession” by graduate student Jingyang Liu.
Cornell Council for the Arts supports 35 new projects
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Proposals from faculty and students ranged from art and design projects to interdisciplinary projects linking science, engineering and the arts. Projects for 2017-18 include individual student exhibitions and performances, and short-term residencies or on-campus collaborations with guest artists.
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"Side by Side" exhibit by Pepon Osorio, displayed at Cornell University. Kelsey O'Connor/Ithaca Voice
Art installation unveiled at Cornell explores empathy and features local family
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Empathy is the subject of a new art installation at Cornell University by artist-in-residence Pepón Osorio. The project, unveiled Thursday, drew inspiration from the local community. "Side by Side" was the culminating work of the 2016 Cornell Council for the Arts biennial, which...
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Polyphony
Arts council accepting applications for project funding
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) is now accepting grant applications for new arts projects to be exhibited or performed on campus during the 2017-18 academic year. The CCA Individual Grant Program awards 15 grants of $2,500 each to...
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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 documentary, “Angkor Awakens.” As a people, Cambodians are struggling to understand their past under a violent regime and its legacy of social unrest, while its...
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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’
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Palestinian-Syrian playwright Rama Haydar’s “Desert of Light” is a tragicomic and human portrayal of the refugee crisis in the Middle East – and “a very inside perspective of the brutal experience of war and the impossible dilemmas that have faced...
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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, is Polyphony. It is an interactive art installation designed by Liu (Leo) Jingyang ’15, Shining (Christina) Sun ’17 and Yue Gu ’16 — all current or...
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A detail from guest artist Teresa Diehl’s CCA Biennial project, “Revolution.”
Cornell Council for the Arts 2016 Biennial to focus on empathy
The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) 2016 Biennial, “Abject/Object Empathies,” will feature 12 new projects by invited artists, Cornell faculty members and students. Most of the works will be presented on campus between Sept. 15 and Dec. 22, all on the...
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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
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) has awarded grants supporting 40 projects to be presented or performed during the 2016-17 academic year. Through its Individual Grant Program, the CCA offered 15 grants of $2,500 each to Cornell faculty, departments and programs,...
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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
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) is seeking members of the campus community with new, experimental and exceptional art projects to apply for project grants this semester. The CCA Individual Grant Program offers $1,000 in direct financial support for...
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Linnea Fong ’16 works on her sportswear collection.
Cornell to strike a pose at 32nd runway show March 12
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At the 32nd Annual Cornell Fashion Collective (CFC) Runway Show, more than 100 student models, cast from across campus, will walk the runway wearing the original creations of 34 student designers for an expected crowd of more than 2,000 students, faculty, alumni...
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A Needle Woman. Photo by Jason Koski/University Photography.
Art series highlights creative discovery in ‘A Needle Woman’
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An innovative creative project by Korean-American artist Kimsooja with Cornell scientists and students is the subject of a new Art21 documentary. “A Needle Woman: Galaxy was a Memory, Earth is a Souvenir” represented a new direction for the artist and...
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Ariana Kim
Ariana Kim records ‘powerful’ works by women composers
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Violinist Ariana Kim, assistant professor in the Department of Music, showcases works by pioneering american women composers in debut solo album, 'Routes of Evanescence.' Kim, who began playing violin at age 3, says she hopes the album will bring a...
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Access Apparati by Lauren van Haaften-Shick
Cornell Council for the Arts awards 33 project grants
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) awarded grants earlier this year to support 33 art projects being presented on campus in academic year 2015-16.
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The Ho-Am Foundation
CCA Biennial Artist Kimsooja wins 2015 Ho-Am Foundation Prize
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The CCA would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to CCA 2014 Biennial Artist-in-Residence Kimsooja for being selected to receive the 2015 Ho-Am Foundation Prize. The prize, won in the past by video artist Nam-June Paik, is presented each year...
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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
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A temporary art installation on campus, part of the Cornell Council for the Arts’ (CCA) inaugural biennial last fall, will be the subject of an upcoming PBS documentary.
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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 in close collaboration with architect Jaeho Chong and the Wiesner Nanomaterials Lab at Cornell University.
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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
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The biennial theme intends to “show how artists address realms of human experience that lie beyond our immediate sensory perception,” CCA Director Stephanie Owens said. “Working with scientists and researchers makes it possible to produce art at the edges between...
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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 world at the micro and macro levels, through nanoscience and networked communications.
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Andrew Borgya
Writer Andrew Boryga ’13 earns Undergraduate Artist honor
Described by Cornell faculty in English as a major literary talent with great career potential, Andrew Boryga ’13 has been selected the Undergraduate Artist of the Year for 2012-13, the Cornell Council for the Arts has announced.
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Cornell Council for the Arts seeks project proposals
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) is accepting applications through March 14 for its next grant cycle, supporting new creative projects to be presented during fall 2013 and spring 2014.
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Image by Joanna Baucic BFA '13, CCA grant recipient
CCA grant winners to present arts projects at Cornell
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From sculptural installations, exhibitions and performances to a symposium on DIY electronics, 41 art projects by Cornell artists and organizations will be presented on campus this academic year with funding support from the Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA).
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Image by Elizabeth Corkery, M.F.A. '13, CCA grant recipient
Cornell Council for the Arts seeks project proposals
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) is accepting applications for its next grant cycle, supporting new creative projects to be presented between October 2012 and the start of the fall semester in 2013.
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CCA Grants 45 Arts Projects
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In November 2011 the Cornell Council for the Arts awarded grants to nine student organizations, 19 faculty and departments, and 17 students to complete and present art projects. For information on these projects a listing can be found under Events...
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Stephanie Owens is the new director of the Cornell Council for the Arts.
Stephanie Owens, CCA Director 2011-14
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Stephanie Owens, an artist, writer, curator and a visiting assistant professor of art in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP), has been named director of the Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) for a three-year term effective July...
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CCA: 25 YEARS
CCA Grants: 25 Years
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CORNELL COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS: 25 YEARS OF GRANTS In 2011, the CCA created a catalogue to document and give highlight to its Grant Program. The book includes over 1,700 art projects produced and presented by Cornell student, staff and...
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Bobby McFerrin. Photo by Carol Friedman.
The Arts + Mental Health: The Impact on the Human Spirit
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A panel discussion, moderated by Cornell President David Skorton, and performances by Cornell faculty and guest artists including Bobby McFerrin, on the general topic “The Arts + Mental Health” will address the importance and impact of participatory and presentational art...
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2010 CCA Poster
CCA Fall Poster 2010
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CCA's POSTER 2010 features work by grant recipient Julie Phillips Brown (PhD '11 candidate, English Literature). Her current project, The Adjacent Possible, will be a booklength sequence of poems centered on problems of consciousness, inter-subjective relation, theories of emergence and...
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James Siena
JAMES SIENA: Eissner Artist of the Year Award 2009-10
JAMES SIENA (BFA '79): 2009-10 Eissner Artist of the Year Award recipient THE EISSNER ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARD is presented annually to honor an alumna/us who has achieved national and/or international success in the arts.  The recipient is presented with...
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Dorian Bandy
DORIAN BANDY: Undergraduate Artist Award Recipient 2009-10
DORIAN KOMANOFF BANDY (BFA MUSIC '10): 2009 Undergraduate Artist Award recipient THE CORNELL UNIVERSITY ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARD is a monetary citation presented annually to an undergraduate in arts and culture-related programs, who has demonstrated exceptional promise in their field....
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Fall 2009 Poster
CCA Fall Poster 2009 CREATE | INNOVATE | ENGAGE
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Fall Poster 2009:  CCA Artist Grants | CCA Cornell Public | CCA@NYC | CCA Undergraduate Artist Award | CCA Cornell Eissner Alumni Artist of the Year Award
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Jonathan Wong '08
JON WONG: Undergraduate Artist Award recipient 2008-09
Jonathan Wong '08, winner of the 2008-09 Undergraduate Artist Award from the Cornell Council for the Arts, will present a collaborative performance piece, "The Same Dance 4 Times," April 8 at 5 p.m. in the atrium of Weill Hall, with...
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Junot Diaz
JUNOT DIAZ: Eissner Artist of the Year Award 2007-08
Díaz, a professor of creative writing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and fiction editor of Boston Review, will be presented with the Cornell Council for the Arts' annual Eissner Artist of the Year Award and will give a reading...
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2008 CCA Poster
CCA Fall Poster 2008 CREATE | INNOVATE | ENGAGE
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The Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) - composed of representation from 12 university departments/units affiliated with the arts at Cornell University - supports the production of art, interdisciplinary creativity, and the synthesis between the university, Ithaca, and global locations. ...
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Patrick Dougherty installation. Photo by Julie Magura.
CCA Installation by Patrick Dougherty
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To inaugurate the CCA CornellPublic commitment to bring major Contemporary Artists installation to Cornell - the CCA invited artist Patrick Dougherty to create a series of public sculptures on Sheldon Court Plaza, Collegetown. The Installation will be on view from...
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Fall 2008 CCA Poster
CCA Fall Poster 2007 CREATE | INNOVATE | ENGAGE
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Fall Poster 2007: CCA Installations - CCA XDesignGroup - CCA Urban Ideas Competitions - CCA CornellPublic - CCA Grants + Awards
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Fall 2006 CCA Poster
CCA Fall Poster 2006
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CCA Installation | CCA Symposia | CCA Lectures | CCA XDesigngroup | CCA Grants + Awards
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Image by Carrie T. Chalmers, CCA grant recipient
CCA Fall Poster 2005
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With a founding vision of placing Cornell at the forefront of creative inquiry that is multidisciplinary and socially engages, the CCA's new initiative for catalyzing public discussion -- CornellPublic -- will be launched.  CCA Grants + Awards - These programs...
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Image by Elidor Mehili, CCA grant recipient
CCA Spring Poster 2005
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Through Individual Artist and Project Grants, the Cornell Council for the Arts supports artist projects and creative work in the genres of visual + media arts, performance + music arts, creative literary arts, and space + installation arts.
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Image by Catherine Callahan, CCA grant recipient
CCA Fall Poster 2004
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Beginning in Fall 2004 and continuing through Spring 2006, the Cornell Council for the Arts funded major grants and hosted CCA Director's Forums related to the theme, "Tolerance + Territory."
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Image by Medina Lasansky, CCA grant recipient
CCA Spring Poster 2004
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Through Individual Artist and Project Grants, the Cornell Council for the Arts supports artist projects and creative work in the genres of visual + media arts, performance + music arts, creative literary arts, and space + installation arts.  The CCA...
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Emerging Artist Exhibition 2004
CCA Emerging Artist Exhibition 2004
Feathergill - Katsumata - McDougal - Pash - White - Zane Every four years the Cornell Council for the Arts curates an exhibition that displays the very best quality and artistically distinguished work from its student grants program over the...
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Image: Detail from "Touch" video by Janine Antoni, courtesy of the artist and the Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York
CCA Fall Poster 2003
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Art and Politics:Politics and Art Political identity is and has been a central concern of visual, performing and creative artists whose goal is to make the everyday experience the site of political, social, and cultural contest.  Art and Politics is...
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Image by Camilo Jose Vergara
CCA Spring Poster 2003
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Art and Politics:Politics and Art Political identity is and has been a central concern of visual, performing and creative artists whose goal is to make the everyday experience the site of political, social, and cultural contest.  Art and Politics is...
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