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Spanning the history of art, with special strengths in Asian art, 19th- and 20th-century American art, and the graphic arts.
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Collection of Eunice Shatzman, Class of 1949,
and Herbert Shatzman
American Eyes: Art from the Collection of
Gil and Deborah Williams Novmember 6–January 9
End Grain: A History of Wood Engraving October 21–January 9
Reawakenings: Modern and Contemporary
Ceramics from the Shatzman Collection October 23–March 20
Trees and Other Ramifications:
Branches in Nature and Culture October 28–January 2
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None of the promotional and/or archival images contained herein may be reproduced in any form or media, in their original or altered form, without the express written consent of all respective artists, photographers, donors, and reproduction rights holders. The images are displayed for the express purposes of extending the Museum's educational capacity beyond the building walls, and to make available to a wider audience exhibitions that are on display at the Museum for a limited time. For more information, e-mail museum_at_cornell-dot-edu
UPCOMING MUSEUM EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS
Learn more about the Museum's expansion plans.
The Buffalo News tours Cornell and Ithaca (8/15/10).
Mike O'Brian, Rochester's Getaway Guy, visits the Statler Hotel and the Museum (2/19/10).
Listen to educators Cathy Klimaszewski and Hannah Ryan on All Things Equal on WHCU (12/8/09).
Watch the September 2009 lecture with textile artist Kaffe Fassett.
Listen to curators Ellen Avril and Andy Weislogel on Out of Bounds.
Listen to Peter Greenberg's radio broadcast from the Johnson Museum, (6/7/08).
Watch the CornellCast video from our May 16, 2008, groundbreaking ceremony.
Visit the online version of our Buddhist Art in Asia handheld tour here.
Journey to the Han Dynasty and explore a Chinese tomb!
See the Cornell Cast story about Stop. Look. Listen: An Exhibition of Video Works from 2007.
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