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

Kathie Jiang ’20 majored in art history, minored in Spanish and Asian American studies, and held two different internships at the Johnson.

Kate Addleman-Frankel, the Gary and Ellen Davis Curator of Photography, looks at works from the Museum and Library’s collections and asks questions about how we discuss inequality.

Isabelle “Belle” McDonald ’22 shares some of her experiences as the Alison Cheng Intern for Photography at the Johnson.

"Envisioning Futurity: The Aesthetics of Chicana Resistance and Resilience" celebrates Chicana/x political visual culture as it emerged alongside the Chicana/o movement of the 1980s and ’90s.

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.