Upcoming Events & Exhibitions
ORDER! : The Spatial Ideologies of Carbon Modernity
A symposium gathering architects, designers, scholars, historians, and theorists to identify and study the specific spatial concepts of carbon modernity.
Architectures of Transition | Workshop Pt. 2: Remaking a Future with a Future
Current Work | 51N4E: How Not to Demolish a Building
The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture
New Exhibition and Daylong Symposium Explore Relationship between Energy and Architectural Form
Albert Nerken School of Engineering
New Youth-Led Exhibit Tells the Stories of Black Homeownership in NYC
Great Women Live in the Great Hall
View photos from the March 18th Great Hall program honoring Women's History Month, with Gloria Steinem and Salamishah Tillet in conversation on the state of women's rights and empowerment in America today.
An Evening of Song, Dance, and Spoken Word
The Great Hall exploded with music, dance, and comedy on Saturday, March 18 as part of a program honoring Women’s History Month. View the photo gallery here.
Exhibition Celebrates Trans Visibility Day
A current exhibition in the colonnade windows highlights trans visibility at Cooper.
Confronting Carbon Form
The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture presents a new exhibition and daylong symposium exploring the relationship between the built environment and fossil fuel combustion.
A Life in Art Entwined
A new Cooper exhibition of paintings and drawings by artists Joan and Reynold Ruffins A’51 is now on view by appointment in the Stuyvesant-Fish House.
Please join us for an open house event for prospective students. Get to know more about our programs and meet our community.