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Spring 2018 Courses You Should Really Consider

November 22, 2017  by: Mark Snyder

Make this coming Spring semester a fun time with these exciting courses added to your mix. Creative, intellectual, inspiring, experiences that will last a lifetime and expand your horizons! Sign up now before they all fill up. UNDERGRADUATE ART HISTORY AHI 150                     Avant Gardes                                  Read More

Real-Space Electronic Art Exhibition on Friday, May 13th

May 11, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Video of the 2012 Real Space Electronic Arts Concert from UB DEPARTMENT OF ART on Vimeo. Friday at 7 PM – 10 PM Burns Building (25 East Huron Street, Buffalo NY14203) Floor Level The Department of Art at the University at Buffalo presents an exhibition of current students’ interdisciplinary works involving electronic, digital and biological media. Students Read More

Tonight – ART470 Students at Rust Belt Books for Artist Talks on Recent Photo Projects

October 29, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Pleas join Professor Sylvie Bélanger and ART470 Photography, An Art Practice students at Rust Belt Books tonight from 7:30-10PM, where these artists will talk about their development as photographers and their current and upcoming photo projects.  

Professor Jonathan D. Katz Announces Queer Studies Research Workshop Pink Book

December 5, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Jonathan D. Katz, Director of the Doctoral Program in Visual Studies and Co-Coordinator of the Queer Studies Research Workshop announces the release of the first “Pink Book” for the Spring 2015 semester – a compendium of all queer studies related courses in all University Departments. The Pink Book is an initiative of the Queer Studies Read More

Winter Session Course – Wearables & 'Soft' Computing

November 18, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

This course is an excellent way to fulfill DMS production requirements as well as general art requirements. DMS 212 section CAT Wearables+’Soft’ Computing reg number 10020 jan 6-24, M-F 1-4pm , CFA 244 Instructor: Liz Lessner

Registration Open for Summer 2013 Book Design Course

May 13, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

This course is an introduction to the basic elements in the creation, design, and techniques associated with artists’ books and bookbinding.  Students will explore the idea of the “Book” conceptually and functionally.  They will be introduced to traditional and non-traditional forms and techniques including Japanese stab, accordion, pop-up, piano-hinge, and traditional flat-back binding.  Students will be challenged to Read More

Summer Course Seats Available – ART 350J 2D Animation

May 11, 2013  by: Dom

Erin Kuhn

New Student Animation Posted – See it here: <> CLASSES BEGIN MAY 20 – Enrollment is limited – REGISTER TODAY! ART 350 2D Animation Session J LAB M W R 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM CFA 136 Instructor: Domenic J. Licata #11435 See <> for more info. To register, visit <> Set your illustrations in Read More

Web Design Workshop – Spring 2012, 6 sessions, 1 credit

January 6, 2012  by: Dom

ART 499TUT BK Fridays 1pm – 5pm, Jan 20 – Feb 24, 1 Credit CFA 136 Instructor: Jennifer Witkowski Reg # 19076 No lab fee. Visual Studies announces a new Web Design Workshop, to be offered the first six Fridays of Spring 2012. This is a 1 credit course, open to all Visual Studies students. Read More

ART 564 Biological Art | Seats Open for Sp12

December 21, 2011  by: Dom

Biological Art Professor: Paul Vanouse Spring 2012: M / W 12:30 – 3:00 ART 564 LAB (18218) and ART 464 LAB (24255) Biological Art is a broad term that encompasses a growing field of artistic engagement with the knowledge and tools of life sciences. Artists working in this field utilize “wet” biological techniques as essential Read More

Summer Course Announcement: ART 350 2D Animation (Special Topics)

April 25, 2011  by: Dom

The course will focus on creating 2D animation within the context of the classical principles of animation applied in a digital environment. We’ll explore Adobe Flash and the unique abilities that it offers the animator, including special effects and interactivity. Some of the topics covered will include: Understanding how physics applies to objects in motion Read More

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