October 2014 saw the completion of the final phase of ongoing gallery renovations: the reinstallation of the Johnson Museum’s first-floor galleries. 

Professor Richard Johnson is unlocking the mysteries of an artwork's age and authenticity by analyzing its underlying canvas or paper. 

Many generous donors are behind the Johnson Museum’s ability to make a difference in the lives of the nearly 100,000 people who visit each year.

Students are learning the ins and outs of museum practice from a range of disciplinary perspectives in courses at the Johnson Museum through an initiative funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. 

The 2011 wing was recently awarded AIANY and other awards.

December 2013 saw the unveiling of the renovated permanent collection galleries on the second floor, now rededicated to European art from ancient Greece through 1800.

The Johnson Museum is justifiably proud of our rich history providing  a wide variety of high-quality programs for local schools, from the pre-K through high school levels.

Johnson Museum curator Nancy E. Green has written a monograph on noted printmaker Walter J. Phillips, available now and published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc.

The Johnson Museum is creating a series of collection-based courses, to be co-taught by museum curators and educators with Cornell faculty members, intended to engage students and new faculty from several different disciplines, funded by a four-year, $250,000 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant.

Leo Villareal illuminates the West Span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge for its 75th anniversary.