A significant gift from Judith Stoikov ’63 will endow the Judith H. Stoikov Curator of Asian Art position and establish the largest endowed curatorial fund at the Johnson.

Marking the 700th anniversary of Dante’s death, the exhibition of approximately 100 works in various media explores the visual nature of the Divine Comedy, which has inspired scholars and artists alike, from medieval times through today.

As part of The Whale Listening Project, organized by the Department of Music, the Johnson will host the immersive multimedia art installation Siren—Listening to Another Species on Earth and two associated programs, all open to the public.

The Johnson Museum of Art will reopen to all visitors on Thursday, August 26.

Gifts from retired banking executive Nancy Sukenik will boost the study and appreciation of photography at Cornell through the establishment of a curatorship at Cornell University Library, and a teaching gallery at the Johnson Museum of Art.

Gemma Rodrigues will direct the education program at the Johnson to support critical inquiry and appreciation of global arts and cultures for Cornell classes, K-12 teachers and schools, community groups, and the public.

Leah Sweet, the Lynch Curatorial Coordinator of Academic Programs at the Johnson, shares how the collection was able to spark ideas for faculty while our permanent collection galleries remained closed.

Ariana Garcia-Cassani ’21, our student engagement intern, shares her firsthand experience planning and participating in an affirming Museum Club event centered on art and self-care.

On Earth Day, Iris Kazhmurat ’22, our modern and contemporary art intern, shows how Simon Norfolk’s photographs visualize change over time in ways that science and data cannot.

Natalia Gulick ’21, our preparator intern, examines the human and environmental cost of extraction in a photograph from our collection by Sebastião Salgado.