art & art history

  • Zannini committed to art and education

    Jun 11, 2015

    Audrey Zannini, a music and studio art major from Flagstaff, Arizona, is going to teach pre-kindergarten in Tulsa, Oklahoma, through the Teach for America program.

  • 5 senior art shows open April 12

    Apr 7, 2015

    Five Cornell College seniors will present their senior thesis art exhibits starting April 12.

  • Research project brings ancient site to life with 3D imaging

    Oct 2, 2014

    Aided by the latest tools in 3D visualization, Cornell art history professor Ellen Hoobler and two students are providing a fresh look into ancient tombs and the objects removed from them long ago.

  • Hoobler one of NerdScholar’s 40 Under 40

    May 20, 2014

    Ellen Hoobler, assistant professor of art history, was named one of the 40 professors under 40 by the college financial literacy website NerdScholar.

  • Live Art Night: Concert for Dogs

    May 5, 2014

    Intermedia: ART 307 explored the questions: What is art? What is music? What is performance? in Zamora’s Market, April 8.

  • Alumnus interviewed about his art

    Apr 1, 2014

    Artist John C. Wagoner ’05 was interviewed in March by Shreveport arts and cultural website Heliopolis about his work.

  • Senior art exhibits open April 6

    Mar 28, 2014

    Senior thesis art exhibits will open on April 6 in the Peter Paul Luce Gallery at Cornell College. The show, which opens with a reception from 2-4 p.m. on April 6, will feature the works of Hannah Wilber, Katelynn Paul, Kathleen O’Connor, and Patrick Loughlin.

  • Students explore 17 Chicago museums and related careers

    Feb 5, 2014

    Chicago was the perfect venue for Ellen Hoobler’s Museum Studies course during Block 4. Based at the McLennan Center, the class visited 17 museums while learning about the work that goes into creating spectacular exhibitions.

  • Luplow reflects on a semester of creative insights

    Jan 30, 2014

    My first semester at Cornell was loaded with awesomeness: photographing King Chapel a million times over, reading “Paradise Lost” until I began dreaming in 17th-century rhetoric, tweaking out with Beethoven and 35mm negatives in the darkroom at 3 a.m. But there is one aspect in particular that made it extraordinary.

  • Dyas’ work on display at Lawrence University

    Jan 17, 2014

    Photography by Sandy Dyas, lecturer in art, is on display at the Wriston Art Galleries at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisc.
    Dyas’ work, titled “my eyes are not shut,” features photography and video. The exhibit opens Jan. 17 and runs through March 16.

  • “Verde green” exhibition opens Nov. 3

    Oct 22, 2013

    “Verde green”, an installation by University of Iowa art professor Isabel Barbuzza, will be exhibited at the Peter Paul Luce Gallery from Nov. 3 through Dec. 1.

  • Art Interest Group nets $1300 for hunger relief project

    Oct 3, 2013

    During Block 1, 20 students in Cornell’s Art Interest Group (AIG) contributed their time and artistic talents to Empty Bowls, a nationwide anti-hunger project.

  • Students create animated videos with visiting artists

    Sep 30, 2013

    Four students staged a Tiny Circus in McWethy Hall during Block 1, exploring the seven deadly sins through stop-motion animation with the help of two visiting artists.

  • Senior Art Portfolios 2013

    Sep 9, 2013

    Senior studio art majors create electronic portfolios to document their senior show exhibitions. See the creative work from the Class of 2013.

  • 2013-14 Fine Arts Calendar

    Aug 30, 2013

    Cornell’s fine arts events for 2013-2014 include a performance by The Brazilian Guitar Quartet, a co-production with Riverside Theatres of “Birth Witches” with Guest Director Artist Leda Hoffman, a variety of Luce Gallery shows including sabbatical work from art professor Tony Plaut opening Sept. 1, and the annual holiday choral concert.