September 2021

Sep 19

10:00am - 5:00pm

Cornell Homecoming Weekend - Sunday

The Johnson is open for Cornell Homecoming weekend, September 17–19.

Place

Type

Notice

Sep 22

3:30pm - 5:00pm

Family Outdoor Art at Tompkins County Public Library: Calligraphy

RESCHEDULED! Join us after school to learn calligraphy outside at the Tompkins County Public Library.

Place

Tompkins County Public Library, Creek Walk

Type

Family

Sep 23

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Whale Listening Project Keynote Lecture: The Ever-Evolving Songs of Humpback Whales

As part of The Whale Listening Project, organized by the Department of Music, the Johnson will host an immersive multimedia art installation and two associated programs. Open tonight until 10PM.

Place

In the wing lecture room

Sep 24

3:00pm - 4:30pm

Whale Listening Project: Hawaiian Humpback Whales: Scientific and Creative Perspectives

As part of The Whale Listening Project, organized by the Department of Music, the Johnson will host an immersive multimedia art installation and two associated programs.

Place

In the wing lecture room

Sep 25

10:00am - 12:00pm

Family Outdoor Art at Tompkins County Public Library: Nature Printing

Families can experiment with a nature-printing process with us outside at Tompkins County Public Library

Place

Tompkins County Public Library, Creek Walk

Type

Family

Sep 29

4:00pm

Museum Book Club: "Hidden in Plain View: A Secret Story of Quilts and the Underground Railroad"

In conjunction with Women Making Their Mark, our selection Hidden in Plain View will explore one of the many arts that women have historically used for self-expression in the United States.

Place

Zoom meeting

October 2021

Oct 4

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Virtual Exhibition Talk: Women Making Their Mark

Hosted by the Tompkins County Public Library, curator Nancy Green gives a virtual look at our fall exhibition Women Making Their Mark.

Place

Zoom meeting

Oct 16

8:30am - 4:30pm

Visions of Dante: A Central NY Humanities Corridor Symposium

This daylong symposium is offered in conjunction with our exhibition and is cosponsored by the the Central New York Humanities Corridor. Free in-person and virtual registrations are available.

Place

In the wing lecture room