Ithaca, Williamstown, and Taipei found a way to come together to take down a delicate work of art.

To mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and women’s constitutional right to vote, Nancy E. Green, the Gale and Ira Drukier Curator at the Johnson, takes a look at the life and work of artist and suffragist Susan C. Waters.

As the Martie Young Curatorial Intern for Asian Art, Olivia Schmalfuss ’20 dug in.

Among the wide range of outdoor art to be discovered across Cornell’s Ithaca campus, seven works are part of the Museum’s permanent collection.

When our friends from Kendal at Ithaca can’t come to the Johnson, we figure out how to come to them.

Isabella Dobson ’21, our Nancy Horton Bartels ’48 Scholar for Collections this summer, reflects on the new relevance of Tony Feher’s plastic-bottle sculpture.

As we mourn the loss of our friend Bernie Yenelouis, we honor his gifts to our collection—photographs that have become a staple of our instruction.

Associate Professor Kaja McGowan connects Leo Villareal’s site-specific installation to a Balinese embroidered ceiling canopy in the collection.

Judy Chicago celebrates her 81st birthday this month. Curator Andrea Inselmann shares the recent acquisition of her portfolio, thanks to members of Cornell’s Class of 1970.

Brittany Rubin, our print room curatorial assistant, details recent research efforts on a seventeenth-century drawing from our collection.