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Today at 4PM – Professor Paul Vanouse, “Islands of Anomaly in a Sea of Sameness: Making Pictures with DNA”

December 9, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Friday, December 9th at 4PM UB Coalesce Center for Biological Art 359 Hochstetter Hall Paul Vanouse, Professor of Art and Director of Coalesce, will present: “Islands of Anomaly in a Sea of Sameness: Making Pictures with DNA” Paul will give a talk followed by a brief tour of Coalesce Center for Biological Arts. Coalesce is UB’s new Read More

Professor Paul Vanouse and The America Project at University City Science Center’s Esther Klein Gallery

October 20, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Among our many differences, humans have one thing in common: we’re all made up of DNA. The newest exhibition at the University City Science Center’s Esther Klein Gallery (EKG) brings this fact to life in a live biological art exhibit focused on DNA Fingerprinting. The America Project, created by Department of Art Professor Paul Vanouse, opens Read More

Trans-Evolution: Examining Bio Art, CEPA Gallery

September 16, 2008  by: Dom


Trans-Evolution: Examining Bio Art Fall Exhibition at CEPA Gallery to Feature Four International Artists, including UB Visual Studies Professor Paul Vanouse Exhibition Dates: September 19, 2008  December 20, 2008 Opening Reception: Friday, September 19, 7 pm – Midnight BUFFALO, NY  CEPA Gallery is pleased to announce /Trans-Evolution: Examining Bio Art/, an exhibition exploring the intersection Read More

Prof. Paul Vanouse awarded Rockefeller Foundation 2008 Media Arts Fellowship

May 4, 2008  by: Dom

On April 29, 2008, Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) announced the recipients of its 2008 Media Arts Fellowships; the Fellowship program was founded and is supported by the Rockefeller Foundation. This year, TFI awarded $715,000 to 22 innovative filmmakers and media artists. Awarded to filmmakers and media artists whose work is innovative, creative and pushes boundaries, the Fellowships Read More

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