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Monday, January 24, 2022

Spring 2022: A Look Ahead

Following two years of extraordinary effort and resolve, flexibility, imagination, and creativity fuel the upcoming semester.


Wednesday, January 19, 2022

A Collegetown Mural Memorializes Loved Ones Lost To Illness

With her Collegetown mural, Yerkezhan Abuova (B.F.A. '23) seeks closure for her family and those who have lost loved ones to illness by memorializing her own grandmothers. In the Cornell Chronicle.


Wednesday, January 19, 2022

How Does Migration Shape Life in Your Community?

AAP student Sabrina Haertig-Gonzalez (B.F.A. '22) is featured in the 2021 creative writing and art competition supported by Cornell Migrations and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Just Futures Initiative.


Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Department of Art at 100: New Leadership, Faculty, and Practice

As AAP's Department of Art marks its centennial, times past meet times to come with recent transitions in leadership and a renewed emphasis on faculty mentorship. In Art & Education.


Friday, November 19, 2021

Migration Roundtable Discusses Indigenous Displacement, Racism

The Cornell Daily Sun reports Associate Professor Jolene Rickard, Art and History of Art and Visual Studies, gave a presentation on the power of visual media to express the complexities of both Indigenous resistance and colonial violence.


Friday, October 22, 2021

Cornell Launches $5B Campaign 'To Do the Greatest Good'

The major fundraising campaign aims to shape Cornell as the model university for the 21st century & beyond, building on its foundation of world-class academics, research, & engagement — in the words of founder Ezra Cornell, "To Do the Greatest Good."


Friday, October 22, 2021

Fundraising Campaign Includes Focus On Affordability

Cornell is launching a sweeping new initiative aimed at making its education even more accessible to the most talented students from all socioeconomic backgrounds.


Friday, October 8, 2021

Lost in a Thousand Leaves with Luca Padroni

Italian artist and long-time Cornell in Rome visiting critic Luca Padroni reflects on his depiction of the human condition in relation to time and the natural world.


Friday, October 8, 2021

Stories Last Longer Than Symbols

With Who is Afraid of Natasha?, Art Professor of the Practice Joanna Malinowska and collaborator C.T. Jasper bring a monument (back) to life.


Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Collaboration Plants Seeds for Cultural, Biological Conservation

In The Cornell Chronicle, Associate Professor Jolene Rickard, history of art, speaks to a collaboration among Cornell and the Gayogo?hó:n?' (Cayuga Nation) to conserve biodiversity and safeguard human cultural values, language, traditions.


Monday, September 20, 2021

Miatta Kawinzi Illuminates Spaces of Connection and Possibility Across Place, Space, and Time

Lineage, cultural hybridity and multiplicity, the liberatory and regenerative potential of softness, and the deep and steady yearning for the reparative are fundamental to the fall 2021 Teiger Mentor in the Arts.


Tuesday, August 24, 2021

New and Renewed: AAP's Fall 2021 Semester

The fall semester at AAP brings renewed energy with a host of new students, faculty, classes, and a welcome return of exhibitions, lectures, teaching, learning, and making at the Ithaca, New York City, and Rome campuses.


Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Stan Bowman (1934–2021), An Artist on the Leading Creative Edge

Photographer, sculptor, painter, and Professor Emeritus Stan Bowman immersed his teaching and creative practice in the digital revolution, bringing a spirit of experimentation and curiosity to his work.


Friday, June 25, 2021

Cornell AAP Welcomes New Faculty

Cornell AAP announces incoming faculty in the departments of Architecture, Art, and Planning, including the new department chair in art, and the incoming department chair in city and regional planning.


Friday, June 25, 2021

How Do We Make a Public?

Internationally recognized social practice artist Paul Ramírez Jonas, incoming faculty and chair of the Department of Art, on art practice, public exchange, and pedagogy.


Wednesday, May 12, 2021

M. Arthur "Art" Gensler Jr., 1935–2021

Alumnus, benefactor, and friend of Cornell and the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning M. Arthur "Art" Gensler Jr. (B.Arch. '58) passed away on Monday, May 10.


Thursday, April 22, 2021

First Person: Annual Hartell Graduate Award Recipients Talk About Their Creative and Critical Practice

Seeing the earth from space, idyllic landscapes, and misshapen vegetables are some of the concepts and inspirations for Hartell Award winners Joe Ferdinando (M.Arch. '22), Grace Sachi Troxell (M.F.A. '21), and Paloma Vianey (M.F.A. '21).


Monday, March 29, 2021

Catherine Opie on Bearing Witness

Photographer Catherine Opie shares thoughts on a new piece from a body of work-in-progress and photographic practice as a mode of looking at the world in the moment.


Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Chusid, Segade, Warke Discuss Queer / Queering Spaces

CRP chair and associate professor Jeffrey Chusid, assistant professor of art Alexandro Segade, and associate professor of architecture Val Warke on how queer cultures occupy, redefine, and transform spaces ranging from personal to public.


Friday, February 19, 2021

Prods and Porous Boundaries: Candice Lin's (Im)material Practice

Spring '21 Teiger Mentor Candice Lin's practice begins with material fascinations, from plants and molds to masks and stains, and takes shape as she questions notions of citizenship, post/de-colonialism, anthropology, and feminist and queer theory.


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