Leah Sweet, the Lynch Curatorial Coordinator of Academic Programs, shares one example of what remote learning for Cornell students looked like at the end of this semester.

Museum intern Caroline Kleiner ’20 reflects on a semester changed.

Ellen Avril, chief curator and curator of Asian art at the Johnson, introduces new research by Dr. Yuhua Ding, our former curatorial assistant for Asian art.

In this edition of HFJ @ Home, two Cornell seniors in the course “Indigenous Issues in Global Perspectives” (AIIS 1110) share what they learned from indigenous art in the Museum’s collection.

In this edition of HFJ @ Home, Laura Libert, the Museum’s curatorial assistant and Sustainability Ambassador, details how the Johnson has been going green.

In this edition of HFJ @ Home, Andrea Murray shares what it's been like to adapt Museum class visits to at-home learning.

Welcome to HFJ @ Home, a new online journal at the Johnson, and our first entry by Jessica Levin Martinez, the Richard J. Schwartz Director.

UPDATED: The Johnson Museum is temporarily closed to visitors as of March 17, 2020.

In 2020 the Johnson will foreground works from the permanent collection by women artists in two new installations.

Cornell students are helping us fulfill our mission every day, and making an impact on the Museum’s educational direction in return.