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MFA Student Mizin Shin to Give “Non-Toxic Intaglio” Demo at SGCI Atalanta 2017

March 13, 2017  by: Natalie Fleming

MFA student Mizin Shin will give a demonstration at the 2017 Southern Graphics Council International Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 15th – March 18th, 2017. This demonstration primarily shows a non-toxic intaglio technique. By employing acrylic plates (or “plexiglass”) as a matrix, we can utilize a material that is not only easily accessible but also inexpensive. Read More


Workshop with Shantell Martin on Monday March 13

March 10, 2017  by: Natalie Fleming

Workshop with Shantell Martin Monday March 13 10:00 am – 12:00pm Project Space: Room 155 CFA This is not a drawing workshop, but a workshop that allows you draw. Let go of all your preconceptions about what drawing is and show off your artistic, collaborative side! Led by Shantell Martin, this workshop will include a Read More


2017 High School Art and Media Study Day | Friday, March 17

March 1, 2017  by: Dom

The Departments of Art and Media Study invite high school students and teachers to this year’s Art and Media Studies Day on Friday, March 17, 2017.  This annual event offers workshops and portfolio reviews with UB faculty and staff. > 2017 Art and Media Studies Day Brochure (Complete 20MB PDF) | Front (204kb JPG) | Back (245 kb JPG) Schedule of Events: ARRIVAL & BREAKFAST Read More


Last Day to See Work by Department of Art Seniors & Amsterdam based Hackers & Designers in the Project Space

October 18, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Last day in the Project Space! Amsterdam-based Hackers & Designers (represented by Anja Groten, Selby Gildemacher) set up a live and interactive publishing platform that takes voice input and transcribes it to text. It then processes keywords through an automated image search which it adds to the layout of the text. This amalgam of text Read More


ART TALK BACK: Join Us in the UB Student Union for a Discussion about Art as a Mode of Protest

April 7, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

ART TALK BACK: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Inclusion Is UB an Open Campus? April 14th, 4PM – 7PM 215 Student Union Social Hall (2nd Floor) Join us for a discussion about art as a mode of protest, including the recent controversy around the “Black Only” “White Only” interventionist art project (Ashley Powell’s Our Compliance) and Read More


Coalesce Center for Biological Art Inaugural Events Wednesday (3/23) – Friday (3/25)

March 17, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Invitation to inauguration: We are pleased to announce the inauguration of Coalesce Center for Biological Art on Wednesday, March 23, from 4-6 PM, in 308, 359 and 363 Hochstetter Hall on UB’s Amherst Campus. Coalesce is a hybrid studio laboratory facility dedicated to enabling hands-on creative engagement with the tools and technologies of the life sciences.  Coalesce is Read More


High School Art and Media Studies Day on Friday, March 11th

March 2, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

The Departments of Art and Media Study invite high school students and teachers to this year’s Art and Media Studies Day on Friday, March 11, 2016.  This annual event offers workshops and portfolio reviews with UB faculty and staff. 2016 Art and Media Studies Day Brochure Schedule of Events: ARRIVAL & BREAKFAST 9:00 – 9:30 CFA 112 Read More


Wednesday Night – Simulation as Strategy: A Collaborative Workshop with Ian Alan Paul

November 30, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Simulation as Strategy: A Collaborative Workshop with Ian Alan Paul Wed, Dec 2, 8pm at Dreamland, 387 Franklin Street, Buffalo, NY 14202. FREE and open to the Public. “Possibility is not a luxury; it is as crucial as bread.” -Judith Butler Can simulations be a form of resistance? Do fictions have consequences? How do politics depend Read More


Fall 2015 Open Figure Drawing

September 11, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Drawing by Liza LaBarge, MFA 2014 Alumna FALL 2015 OPEN FIGURE DRAWING All are Welcome A non-instructional figure drawing session University at Buffalo • Dept of Art Center for the Arts • North Campus WEDNESDAYS • Sept 9 to Dec 9 (No Session Nov 25) TIME • 6:00 to 8:30 PM WHERE • Studio 208 Dept. of Art – 2nd FL. CFA COST • $5 Read More


W. Dustin Parrott to Read Dissertation Excerpts at Upcoming Queer Studies Research Workshop

February 5, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

The Queer Studies Research Workshop presents: W. Dustin Parrott: Is the Rectum a Womb? Bug-Chasing and New Futures: Queer Theory and the Death of a Way of Life 5:00pm Wednesday February 25, 2015 606 Clemens Hall Queer theorists have been at odds over the so-called antisocial thesis seemingly since Leo Bersani inaugurated the concept in his Read More


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