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Architecture at 150 | Art at 100

The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning marks the Department of Architecture's 150th academic year and a century of art education with a broad slate of college-wide events from exhibitions and artist talks, to symposia, public lectures and special community gatherings.

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Architecture at 150 | Art at 100

Rubacha Featured Speakers Lecture Series: Peter Eisenman (B.Arch. '54) and Shelly Silver (B.F.A. '80) in Conversation

Join the College in celebrating the Department of Architecture's 150th academic year and a century of art education by attending the Rubacha Featured Speakers Event during this year's Cornell Reunion Weekend.

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Architecture at 150 | Art at 100

Centuries: Architecture and Art at Cornell University, 1871–Present

Visit an exhibition of selected works by the AAP community on view across the college's galleries and exhibition spaces celebrating Architecture's 150th academic year, and 100 years of art education at Cornell. Curated by Sean Anderson, Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of the B.Arch. Program.

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Function

Cornell Reunion Olin Lecture with Olalekan Jeyifous (B.Arch. '99)

Learn how cultural identity, interdisciplinary exploration, and environmental and geopolitical realities impacted one Cornellian's journey — followed by a Q&A moderated by AAP Dean J. Meejin Yoon (B.Arch. '95).

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Creative and Critical Practices

Perspective in Tension: Explorations with Leeza Meksin

Assistant Professor of Art Leeza Meksin invites us into her studio to explore the intersection of gender, architecture, garments, and painting in her colorful and highly textured work.

A diagram of keys with different graphics and text forming a blueprint.
Creative and Critical Practices

UK-Based Public Art Project Offers Any Person 'Key to the City'

Over 10 weeks starting May 28, a key designed by AAP Art Chair Paul Ramírez Jonas for the Birmingham 2022 Festival will allow thousands of residents and visitors to pass through typically inaccessible and hidden urban spaces throughout the city of Birmingham, England.

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Urbanism and Development

Priceless Sculptures Are 'Literally Being Chipped Away'

The New York Times includes CRP Professor Thomas Campanella's perspective on the impact of Bronx apartment complex planners Gilmore D. Clarke and Michael Rapuano on American spaces.

A person with a black shirt and glasses next to a person with a black shirt and short dark hair.
Architecture at 150 | Art at 100

Rubacha Featured Speakers Lecture Series: Peter Eisenman (B.Arch. '54) and Shelly Silver (B.F.A. '80) in Conversation

Join the College in celebrating the Department of Architecture's 150th academic year and a century of art education by attending the Rubacha Featured Speakers Event during this year's Cornell Reunion Weekend.

A person wearing a black and grey beanie and glasses with a gold necklace and green shirt.
Function

Cornell Reunion Olin Lecture with Olalekan Jeyifous (B.Arch. '99)

Learn how cultural identity, interdisciplinary exploration, and environmental and geopolitical realities impacted one Cornellian's journey — followed by a Q&A moderated by AAP Dean J. Meejin Yoon (B.Arch. '95).

A diagram of keys with different graphics and text forming a blueprint.
Creative and Critical Practices

UK-Based Public Art Project Offers Any Person 'Key to the City'

Over 10 weeks starting May 28, a key designed by AAP Art Chair Paul Ramírez Jonas for the Birmingham 2022 Festival will allow thousands of residents and visitors to pass through typically inaccessible and hidden urban spaces throughout the city of Birmingham, England.

Large yellow metal staircases and advertisements within a tree dense space.
Architecture at 150 | Art at 100

Centuries: Architecture and Art at Cornell University, 1871–Present

Visit an exhibition of selected works by the AAP community on view across the college's galleries and exhibition spaces celebrating Architecture's 150th academic year, and 100 years of art education at Cornell. Curated by Sean Anderson, Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of the B.Arch. Program.

Person with long, dark, curly hair wearing geometrically patterned blouse standing with hands on hips and art supplies in background
Creative and Critical Practices

Perspective in Tension: Explorations with Leeza Meksin

Assistant Professor of Art Leeza Meksin invites us into her studio to explore the intersection of gender, architecture, garments, and painting in her colorful and highly textured work.

white and blue terra-cotta sculpture showing two women seated on a bench with dog in between
Urbanism and Development

Priceless Sculptures Are 'Literally Being Chipped Away'

The New York Times includes CRP Professor Thomas Campanella's perspective on the impact of Bronx apartment complex planners Gilmore D. Clarke and Michael Rapuano on American spaces.

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