Peter Paul Luce Gallery

Fall 2013

Sept. 1 - Oct. 2
(a)chromatic: Tony Plaut Sabbatical Show
Opening reception:
Sunday, Sept. 8, 2-4 p.m.
Homecoming Reception:
Saturday, Oct. 5, 3-5 p.m.

Nov. 3 - Dec. 1
Isabel Barbuzza
Gallery Talk and Reception:
Sunday, Nov. 3, 2-4 p.m.

Dec. 8-18
Senior Show

Spring 2014

Jan. 19 - March 2
Jocelyn Chateauvert
Reception:
Saturday, Jan. 18, 2-4 p.m.

April 6 - 16
Senior Shows

April 27 - May 7
Senior Shows

Student Portfolios

Past Productions Gallery

As part of their senior show, each studio art major publishes an electronic portfolio of their work.

Students create animated videos with visiting artists

Four students staged a Tiny Circus in McWethy Hall during Block 1, exploring the seven deadly sins through stop-motion animation with the help of two visiting artists. Read More

Students explore 17 Chicago museums and related careers

Luplow reflects on a semester of creative insights

Art Interest Group nets $1300 for hunger relief project

Sabbatical Show, Tony Plaut  

Luce Gallery: Sept. 1 - Oct. 20, 2013 

"The Royal Couple", Miguel Santiago Arrazola  

Luce Gallery: Jan. 20 - March 3, 2013 

"Teresa Santiago, 1991", Doug Hanson  

Luce Gallery: Jan. 20 - March 3, 2013 

"Moth", Gianna Commito  

Luce Gallery: Feb. 26 - Mar. 25, 2012 

"Quell the Storm", Jered Sprecher  

Luce Gallery: Feb. 26 - Mar. 25, 2012 

Linda Swanson: "Resolutions"  

Luce Gallery: Jan. 14 - Feb. 12, 2012 

Doug Hanson Legacy Show 2011  

Luce Gallery: Sep. 18 – Oct. 23 

Doug Hanson Legacy Show 2011  

Luce Gallery: Sep. 18 – Oct. 23 

Doug Hanson Legacy Show 2011  

Tom Newport '77 

Doug Hanson Legacy Show 2011  

Stoneware, Gary Hootman '86 

Doug Hanson Legacy Show 2011  

"Holders" and "Vessels", Mark Baker '06 

Doug Hanson Legacy Show 2011  

"Memorial Wedging Table", Alex Armatas '93  

Senior Thesis Exhibition 2011: "Func(Art)tion"  

Art major Ben Rohl (Sandra Dyas photograph) 

Senior Thesis Exhibition 2011: "Something Like Tea"  

Art professors inspect work of art major Kassi Smith (Sandra Dyas photograph) 

Senior Thesis Exhibition 2011  

Art major Chelsea Korpanty (Sandra Dyas photograph) 

Luce Gallery Exhibit, Feb. 20 - Mar. 20, 2011  

"The ‘Wreck’ Room: Postdiluvian Art", Mel Andringa 

Luce Gallery Exhibit, Jan. 9 - Feb. 6, 2011  

"Hinkley, Jensen, Shaman", (paintings & ceramics)  

Doug Hanson Legacy Show, Fall 2011  

Call for artwork by alumni who studied with Doug Hanson 

Luce Gallery Exhibit, Jan. 9 - Feb. 6, 2011  

"Hinkley, Jensen, Shaman", (paintings & ceramics)  

Luce Gallery Exhibit, Jan. 9 - Feb. 6, 2011  

"Hinkley, Jensen, Shaman", (paintings & ceramics)  

Luce Gallery Exhibit, Sep. 5 - Oct. 3, 2010  

"Fluidity of Gender", Linda Stein 

Distinguished Visiting Artist Lecture, Nov. 4, 2009  

"Wither, Hither, and Yon", Alison Saar  

Luce Gallery Exhibit, Nov. 1-29, 2009  

"Turka", Phil Sultz (painted collage) 

Luce Gallery Exhibit, Nov. 1-29, 2009  

"Shoreform", Jan Sultz (ceramics) 

Luce Gallery Exhibit, Nov. 1-29, 2009  

"Towards Ontario", Jeff Lewis (encaustic) 

Luce Gallery Faculty Show, Fall 2009  

"Threshold", Susan Coleman (pastel on paper) 

Luce Gallery Faculty Show, Fall 2009  

"16 Escapements", Tony Plaut (assemblage) 

Luce Gallery Faculty Show, Fall 2009  

"Elvis is the Light" (Sandra Dyas photograph) 

Department of Art & Art History

The department of art and art history provides an energetic environment in which intellectual ideas are fostered and creativity is valued. Our balanced art curriculum includes entry and advanced level opportunities in studio art and art history. Upper-level students are guided through a versatile program which gives them the necessary skills to produce a substantial thesis project in an area of their own choosing.

Scholarships

Cornell offers very attractive fine arts scholarships to incoming students. Work study positions are also available in the art and art history department—please contact the department chair for more information.

National recognition

Cornell's art department was recognized by the 2011 Fiske Guide to Colleges as one of the top programs among small colleges and universities. Cornell was one of only 24 art and design departments to make the list.