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lll at Ease: Dis-ease in Art

April 11, 2017  by: Natalie Fleming

Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art April 13 – May 12, 2017 Opening Reception: Thursday, April 13, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Department of Art Gallery B45 Center for the Arts University at Buffalo, North Campus What is illness? Where is it? How does it mark bodies and spaces? Ill at Ease explores these questions, tracing the contours of illness, Read More


Ill At Ease Exhibition Open Call For Work – Extended Until January 6, 2017

November 29, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Open call for work in an exhibition curated by Visual Studies PhD Student Conor Moynihan in the Department of Art Gallery in Spring 2017. Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art is an exhibition centered around the topic of illness—biological, physical, mental, societal, environmental—and, paradoxically, health. Bound up in an often tense position within American culture, illness and health structure the ways we interact Read More


Drama Queer: Seducing Social Change – Exhibition in Vancouver Curated by Professor Jonathan Katz and PhD Student Conor Moynihan

June 20, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Drama Queer: seducing social change, an exhibition curated by Professor Jonathan D. Katz and PhD student Conor Moynihan will be a feature of Vancouver’s Queer Arts Festival. This exhibition explores the role of emotion in contemporary queer art as a form of political practice. As a mechanism to coalesce feelings and direct them with activist intent, emotion Read More


Open Call for Work – “Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art” curated by PhD Student Conor Moynihan

June 6, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Open call for work in an exhibition curated by Visual Studies PhD Student Conor Moynihan in the Department of Art Gallery in Spring 2016. Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art is an exhibition centered around the topic of illness—biological, physical, mental, societal, environmental—and, paradoxically, health. Bound up in an often tense position within American culture, illness and health Read More


Visual Studies PhD Students Andrew Barron & Conor Moynihan Present the Documentary “Consent” at Dreamland on 3/25

March 24, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

CONSENT: A Film Screening & Discussion of HIV Criminalization in Canada and the United States Organized by Visual Studies PhD Students Andrew Barron and Conor Moynihan At a time when mainstream LGBT rights seem to be flourishing in both Canada and the United States alongside new developments in HIV prevention management, the ongoing prosecution of people Read More


26th Annual Day With(out) Art on World AIDS Day Panel Discussion and Video Screening

November 17, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Shan Kelley, “With Curators Like These, Who Needs A Cure,” 2015. oil paint, semen, resin on wood, 5×7 in. Newly produced video RADIANT PRESENCE to screen at UB followed by a panel discussion on HIV/AIDS Event recognizes 26th Annual Day With(out) Art on World AIDS Day 2015 In recognition of the 26th annual Day With(out) Read More


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