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Glenn Ligon: Material to be Played With

In a wide-ranging discussion that covered career building, race, politics, and how emerging artists are approaching the art world, Art Professor and Department Chair Paul Ramírez Jonas spoke with Glenn Ligon in advance of Ligon's talk at AAP on March 5.

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Mabel O. Wilson: Absence, Presence, and the Incomplete Archive

A.D. White Professor-at-Large at Cornell Mabel O. Wilson shares insights into her new and recent work with Associate Professor of Architecture Sean Anderson in advance of her weeklong visit to campus this spring and keynote lecture on March 7.

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Building Labor Into Architectural History

"Labor Un:Imagined," this semester's Preston H. Thomas Memorial Symposium, brings scholars together to explore how the field has addressed building labor in architectural history and pedagogy. 

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Art Exhibition to Explore Freedom of Expression Theme

The Cornell Chronicle previews the March exhibition at AAP which will showcase 15 projects in dialogue with the universitywide theme year created by more than 20 student, faculty, and alumni artists and collaborators across the university. Media range from video, drawing, and painting to fabric, 3D-printed objects, music, and performance.

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Exhibition

Cornell Art Faculty 2024

Visit the Cornell Department of Art faculty group show connecting art practice to education at the Johnson Museum this spring.

A man presents model buildings while a group watches.
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Baker Program in Real Estate Announces Updates

An SC Johnson College BusinessFeed post reports that the Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate's two-year Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate degree has received STEM designation and, beginning later this spring, expects to begin offering a +1 option enabling Cornell students to complete their undergraduate degree and earn the M.P.S. RE by adding just one year of study.

Text written in neon lettering affixed to a cement building façade
Stories

Glenn Ligon: Material to be Played With

In a wide-ranging discussion that covered career building, race, politics, and how emerging artists are approaching the art world, Art Professor and Department Chair Paul Ramírez Jonas spoke with Glenn Ligon in advance of Ligon's talk at AAP on March 5.

Wood formwork under construction with workers visible
Stories

Building Labor Into Architectural History

"Labor Un:Imagined," this semester's Preston H. Thomas Memorial Symposium, brings scholars together to explore how the field has addressed building labor in architectural history and pedagogy. 

An entryway into a gallery with art work on display.
Exhibition

Cornell Art Faculty 2024

Visit the Cornell Department of Art faculty group show connecting art practice to education at the Johnson Museum this spring.

Person looking at a wall of names written on a black backdrop within a brick archway
Stories

Mabel O. Wilson: Absence, Presence, and the Incomplete Archive

A.D. White Professor-at-Large at Cornell Mabel O. Wilson shares insights into her new and recent work with Associate Professor of Architecture Sean Anderson in advance of her weeklong visit to campus this spring and keynote lecture on March 7.

A colorful sculpture of twisted tubes.
Stories

Art Exhibition to Explore Freedom of Expression Theme

The Cornell Chronicle previews the March exhibition at AAP which will showcase 15 projects in dialogue with the universitywide theme year created by more than 20 student, faculty, and alumni artists and collaborators across the university. Media range from video, drawing, and painting to fabric, 3D-printed objects, music, and performance.

A man presents model buildings while a group watches.
Stories

Baker Program in Real Estate Announces Updates

An SC Johnson College BusinessFeed post reports that the Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate's two-year Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate degree has received STEM designation and, beginning later this spring, expects to begin offering a +1 option enabling Cornell students to complete their undergraduate degree and earn the M.P.S. RE by adding just one year of study.

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