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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. 

Rendering of a large, angular, glowing red orb resting on the ground, with a person observing from the mid-ground, and indiscernible curatorial text on the wall in the background.
Exhibition

CCA Freedom of Expression Exhibition at Cornell AAP, March 4–29

Contributing to the university's 2023–24 theme, view a showcase of projects by students and faculty exploring the importance of artistic free expression.

A photo of a white wall with a large, rectangular black painting on it. The painting looks like a long string of text, but the photo is taken from too far away to read any of the words.
Lecture

Glenn Ligon: John A. Cooper Visiting Artist Lecture, March 5

Hear a talk by an artist who has pursued an incisive exploration of American history, literature, and society across bodies of work that build critically on the legacies of modern painting and conceptual art.

A Black woman wearing a blue shirt with her hand resting on the side of her face.
Lecture

A.D. White Professor-at-Large Mabel O. Wilson: Freedom and Unfreedom: The Construction of Washington City in the District of Columbia, March 7

Attend a public keynote address examining how enslaved and free Blacks became essential for the construction of the new federal city, and how this dependency continued after the government arrived in 1800. How were freedom and spatial practices of liberation, guaranteed politically, economically, and juridically, dependent on the unfreedom of Blacks in Washington City? A reception will follow in Milstein Hall Dome.

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.

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.

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. 

A photo of a white wall with a large, rectangular black painting on it. The painting looks like a long string of text, but the photo is taken from too far away to read any of the words.
Lecture

Glenn Ligon: John A. Cooper Visiting Artist Lecture, March 5

Hear a talk by an artist who has pursued an incisive exploration of American history, literature, and society across bodies of work that build critically on the legacies of modern painting and conceptual art.

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.

Rendering of a large, angular, glowing red orb resting on the ground, with a person observing from the mid-ground, and indiscernible curatorial text on the wall in the background.
Exhibition

CCA Freedom of Expression Exhibition at Cornell AAP, March 4–29

Contributing to the university's 2023–24 theme, view a showcase of projects by students and faculty exploring the importance of artistic free expression.

A Black woman wearing a blue shirt with her hand resting on the side of her face.
Lecture

A.D. White Professor-at-Large Mabel O. Wilson: Freedom and Unfreedom: The Construction of Washington City in the District of Columbia, March 7

Attend a public keynote address examining how enslaved and free Blacks became essential for the construction of the new federal city, and how this dependency continued after the government arrived in 1800. How were freedom and spatial practices of liberation, guaranteed politically, economically, and juridically, dependent on the unfreedom of Blacks in Washington City? A reception will follow in Milstein Hall Dome.

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.

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