Applications for the Master of Fine Arts at the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning are due by January 7, 2021.
As summer winds down, Hyperallergic is continuing to highlight some of the superb work produced by recent MFA graduates from around the country.
Architect Wolfgang Tschapeller says the library was designed with books in mind — but the grated floors fail to account for slushy snow boots, skirts, assisted mobility devices, and more.
The exhibition will feature twelve MFA candidates and will be on view from May 10 to 17 at Safe Gallery in Brooklyn.
The exhibition features work by all 12 of the current M.F.A. candidates in Cornell’s interdisciplinary visual art program.
Freedom on the Move from Cornell University is the first major digital database of fugitive slave ads from North America.
The first major exhibit on the Cornell University Witchcraft Collection opens Halloween, and explores the persecution of women through its historic objects.
The Sugar Hill Gang, Public Enemy, Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, and other hip-hop pioneers feature in the newly digitized material from Cornell University.
Since the 19th century, the motif of an octopus on propaganda maps has represented the inhuman spread of evil, its tentacles grasping for land and power.
Cornell University Library has digitized over 600 seldom-seen images showing the lives of black Americans from the era of slavery to the 1960s.
Some maps are not designed to chart geography, but to express a particular belief.
“When people hear the words ‘WPA murals,’ they envision the large and heroic figures they may have seen in post offices or other public buildings across America,” said Stephanie Wiles, the director of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University.