A multi-media concert featuring two theatrical pieces from the mid 1960s, where six players activate a giant tam-tam and a percussionist serves as referee for a competition between two duelling cellists.
Building on its long tradition of leading thematic discussions and exhibitions related to issues in the arts from a campus-wide perspective, the Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) will hold its first ever CCA Biennial -- a two-year platform for engaging the most urgent questions that artists face within culture and life in the 21st century.
A senior Music major/Theater minor in the college of Arts and Sciences, Danny has been selected as Cornell University’s Undergraduate Artist of the Year for 2013-14.
CCA-FUNDED PROJECTS: SPRING 2014
An annual event celebrating fine and performing arts at Cornell with a juried exhibition and reception.
So Percussion presents works by Cornell DMA composers Corey Keating, Tonia Ko, and Loren Loiacono in an open reading session and workshop
Composer and conductor Tania León will be featured in a residency that will include multiple speaking engagements and a collaboration with the Cornell Symphony Orchestra culminating in a performance of three of her compositions.
Aurorae is an interactive, real-time and web-based visualization of the northern lights that maps NASA satellite data and online experiential data from Flickr and Twitter onto a graphic representation of the earth.
The Cornell Fashion Collective will present its 30th annual spring fashion show, highlighting the work of over 50 design students.
Terra Cielo, a 5-garment fashion line by Stephanie Gitto, B.Arch '14, explores the concepts of the juxtaposition and collision of earth and sky.
An interactive exploration of technology, music, sculpture, and visual art, “A Cultural Anthropology of Television Noise” is Part Art Installation, Part History of Technology Display, Part Experimental Film, and Part Free-Music Jazz Concert.
Apparatus is a large-scale photographic installation, an apparatus for examining the space of interaction between man and animal at the former slaughterhouses of Rome.
This exhibition will focus on differing representations of families based on cultural and social norms in various time periods, geographic areas, and religious ideals as well as contemporary twenty-first-century notions of friends and other nontraditional and occasionally illegal notions of family.
Bulgarian violinist Vesselin Gellev returns to Cornell for a performance inspired by the writings of Vladimir Nabokov.
Singer Peni Candra Rini of Indonesia and Jessika Kenney, from the United States, work and perform with the Cornell Avant Garde Ensemble, the Cornell Gamelan
Ensemble and the Cornell Music Improvisation Ensemble during their residency.
A multidisciplinary dance and architectural project emphasizing the vertical spaces we inhabit and what it means for us to live on top of one another, at once so crowded and so isolated.
Rachel Bacus presents a small scale architectural installation to filter out the hustle and bustle of the chaotic world.
Ray Li, BS '14, and Michael Ndubuisi, BS '14, showcase a new musical instrument which will allow the musician to manipulate sound by moving his hands in thin air, almost as if “holding” the sound.