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Announcements

AAP Engagement Impact Grants

Apply now! With support from Cornell's David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, AAP is advancing our collective mission to imagine and build a better world by expanding opportunities and activities around engaged teaching, learning, research, and creative work. Deadlines begin in August.

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Exhibition

AAP Summer Exhibition 2024, June 3–September 5

Visit the AAP galleries this summer for a cross-departmental exhibition featuring student work from the 2023–24 academic year that showcases the college's creative and critical practices.

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Stories

World-Renowned Architect, Theorist, and Educator

Learn more about the life and practice of prominent architect and educator Peter Eisenman (B.Arch. '54) in the AAP Alumni Archive.

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Stories

A Place to Call Home

Housing is a basic human need that many struggle to afford because of limited incomes and increasing costs. This semester at Cornell in Rome, students and instructors across several classes explored different approaches to addressing the issue on display in Italy.

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Stories

Empower the Next Generation of Creative Leaders

Honor Ezra Cornell's vision of "... any person ... any study" by supporting the creative capacities of each and every AAP student. As part of the university-wide To Do the Greatest Good campaign, the college has begun an initiative to increase available scholarship funds and enhance the student experience across our five departments. Hear from students first-hand as they share the life-changing impact your gift can have on expanding access and affordability.

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Stories

An Endless Conversation: The Art and Practice of Mendi + Keith Obadike

Cornell faculty and husband-and-wife creative team Mendi and Keith Obadike have worked for decades across music, text, and visual art to explore complex histories and social tensions. The resulting pieces invite the audience into a conversation with both the artists and their material.

A hand touching miniature pieces of a table top card game.
Announcements

AAP Engagement Impact Grants

Apply now! With support from Cornell's David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, AAP is advancing our collective mission to imagine and build a better world by expanding opportunities and activities around engaged teaching, learning, research, and creative work. Deadlines begin in August.

Detail view of curving building with wall of windows reflecting a bright blue sky and clouds.
Stories

World-Renowned Architect, Theorist, and Educator

Learn more about the life and practice of prominent architect and educator Peter Eisenman (B.Arch. '54) in the AAP Alumni Archive.

A person standing under a building archway looking out to a field of trees and a blue sky.
Stories

Empower the Next Generation of Creative Leaders

Honor Ezra Cornell's vision of "... any person ... any study" by supporting the creative capacities of each and every AAP student. As part of the university-wide To Do the Greatest Good campaign, the college has begun an initiative to increase available scholarship funds and enhance the student experience across our five departments. Hear from students first-hand as they share the life-changing impact your gift can have on expanding access and affordability.

A gallery containing artwork on the walls and a desk and lamp setup with art work on a pedestal.
Exhibition

AAP Summer Exhibition 2024, June 3–September 5

Visit the AAP galleries this summer for a cross-departmental exhibition featuring student work from the 2023–24 academic year that showcases the college's creative and critical practices.

Student in a black jackets takes a picture of a high rise housing project.
Stories

A Place to Call Home

Housing is a basic human need that many struggle to afford because of limited incomes and increasing costs. This semester at Cornell in Rome, students and instructors across several classes explored different approaches to addressing the issue on display in Italy.

two people seated in front of recording studio equipment
Stories

An Endless Conversation: The Art and Practice of Mendi + Keith Obadike

Cornell faculty and husband-and-wife creative team Mendi and Keith Obadike have worked for decades across music, text, and visual art to explore complex histories and social tensions. The resulting pieces invite the audience into a conversation with both the artists and their material.

Highlights

Student Work

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