November 22, 2017 by: Mark Snyder
Assistant Professor, Digital Design and Emerging Technologies Applications are currently being accepted. APPLY NOW! The University at Buffalo’s Department of Art has launched a new socially-engaged design studio and is happy to announce that with it they are adding the new position of Assistant Professor, Digital Design and Emerging Technologies. The department is looking for qualified applicants Read More
November 16 and 17, 2017: Microbial Aesthetics: Science, Philosophy, Ethics and Art Meet the Microbes.
October 31, 2017 by: Mark Snyder
Join the Department of Art’s Paul Vanouse and the Coalesce Center for Biological Art as they present: Microbial Aesthetics: Science, Philosophy, Ethics and Art Meet the Microbes. November 16 and 17, 2017 University at Buffalo & Hallwalls Art Center A two-day symposium to propose and discuss methods and aesthetics of engagement with microbial life from multidisciplinary Read More
October 1, 2017 by: Dom
Professor Millie Chen, UB Department of Art, will present a talk at 2 P.M. on October 6, 2017 at University of Colorado Boulder. How are culture, politics, economics and ecology inscribed on an object? How can the interpretation of an object, be it mythologized or banal, challenge our assumptions about history, technology and science? What drives the research and Read More
May 23, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
The America Project, by Paul Vanouse, UB Professor of Art and Director of the Coalesce Center for Biological Art, has received an Award of Distinction at the Prix Ars Electronica, in Linz, Austria. Furthermore, Coalesce artists-in-residence Byron Rich (UB MFA 2015) and Mary Maggic Tsang have received an honorary mention for their Open Source Read More
May 22, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
The Department of Art at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, invites applications for a Clinical Assistant Professor in Graphic Design and a Clinical Assistant Professor in Art History and/or Visual Studies. Candidates for Graphic Design should be comfortable working in an interdisciplinary art and design environment. The candidate’s pedagogical focus will Read More
Professor Stephanie Rothenberg in the exhibition “How Food Moves: Edible Logistics” at Rowan University
April 18, 2017 by: Stephanie Rothenberg
HOW FOOD MOVES: EDIBLE LOGISTICS Rowan University Art Gallery March 27 – May 27, 2017 301 High Street West Glassboro, NJ http://www.rowan.edu/artgallery/How_Food_Moves.htm Professor Stephanie Rothenberg exhibits the interactive garden “Garden of Virtual Kinship” in “How Food Moves: Edible Logistics.” In How Food Moves, artists explore how food transits through complex patterns of distribution in between Read More
April 6, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
Rock: Millie Chen, Warren Quigley El Museo, 91 Allen Street, Buffalo, NY April 7–29, 2017 Opening reception: Friday, April 7, 2017, 7–9pm (artist talks at 7:15) Gallery hours: Wednesdays–Saturdays 12–6pm and by appointment Rock is cosmic, ancient and perpetual. Rock is hard. Rock endures through human pain and suffering. Rock is matter-of-fact, down-to-Earth, irrefutable. Their exploratory dialogue Read More
March 1, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
Wednesday, March 1 at 7:00 p.m. – FREE Professor Paul Vanouse will give an artist talk at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center. Vanouse’s work begins in the lab where bacteria grown in petri dishes, DNA, and the enzymes used to cut those strands, comprise his material toolbox. At first glance, his scientific experimentation and processes imply a Read More
February 28, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
Professor Reinhard Reitzenstein‘s solo exhibition of new drawings, sculpture, and video, The Forest at 4AM, will open at Olga Korper Gallery on March 4th. The show will be on view until March 25th, with a formal reception held Saturday, March 4th from 2-5pm. Reitzenstein will be present for every Saturday for the duration of the show.
February 22, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
This week in The Project Space: Local Transmission by Visiting Sculpture Lecturer Max Goldfarb. His installation will be on view until Wednesday, March 1st.