Cornell's WIRE project received a $75,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to develop tools that will enhance research into Rembrandt's practices.

A special installation by Eleanore Mikus (1927–2017) was on view in the Museum’s first-floor gallery for modern and contemporary art. 

New plantings and a new internships supported by Rebecca and James Morgan, both Class of 1960

Nari Ward’s Breathing Flag, part of Creative Time's Pledges of Allegiance project, will be on view through September 13. 

Empathy Academy: Social Practice and the Problem of Objects was organized in conjunction with a Cornell course and the students have conceived a new participatory installation, What is left is felt, as their culminating project. 

Cornell University Library and the Johnson Museum are collaborating on a four-year initiative engaging their photography collections and sharing staff and resources in new ways.

Our “Contemporary Conversations” series, held on Thursday evenings during the semester, bring students, faculty, and community members together to share perspectives on a broad range of themes.

A lively new use of collections and exhibitions was launched a year ago, when the Johnson began collaborating with Cornell’s University Courses.

The iconic sculpture Herakles in Ithaka I by Jason Seley ’40 was reinstalled at the entrance of the Statler Hotel after a restoration made possible by Bob Blakely ’63, MBA ’65, and Pinky Keehner.

The Johnson Museum plays a unique role in helping to envision and implement a dynamic university curriculum for Cornell students.