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Professor Stephanie Rothenberg Presents Two Installations at the Sight and Sound Festival: Per Capita, Montreal, 9/28-10/2

September 28, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Professor Stephanie Rothenberg presents two installations, Planthropy and Laborers of Love/LOL at the Sight and Sound Festival: Per Capita in Montreal, Canada from September 28th until October 2nd. Planthropy is a robotic garden of hanging plants whose lifelines depend on cause-related Tweets questioning what it means to be charitable through the click of a button. 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

Tomorrow Night – Squeaky Wheel's HEAR + KNOW
 Featuring Six MFA Students

September 25, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

HEAR + KNOW Friday, September 26th at 7:00 p.m.
 Squeaky Wheel, 712 Main St., Buffalo, NY Hear + Know is a reprise of the now-annual meeting of the minds sponsored by Squeaky Wheel and the UB’s Department of Art and Department of Media Study, in collaboration with Emerging Practices and Buffalo Emerging Art Practice. Join us for a Pecha Read More

Alumnus Byron Rich in Solo Exhibition at the Castellani Art Museum, Opens August 3rd

July 24, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Bio- Art

Byron Rich : Protista Imperialis v2.1  August 3, 2014 – February 8, 2015 Opening reception from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. on August 3rd with artist talk at 3:00 p.m. at the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University. Byron Rich completed a Master’s of Fine Art in Emerging Practices in 2013. Rich is currently Assistant Professor of Digital Art & Read More

Here + Now Media Artist Showcase at Squeaky Wheel Tomorrow Night, Feb 28th

February 27, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Join us at Squeaky Wheel on February 28th at 7pm for an evening of presentations by six media artists working in Western New York. Here + Now features seven-minute art presentations by Department of Art MFA students Avye Alexandres, Mark Snyder, and Stacey Robinson, as well as Laura Curry, Sergio Nieto, and Paul Lloyd Sargent. 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

Conversations on Emerging Practices – Fall 2013

November 4, 2013  by: Natalie Fleming

Mary Mattingly • Tuesday, November 12, 6-8pm, CFA 286 Mary Mattingly’s work collapses boundaries between performance, sculpture, architecture, and documentation. Through wearable environments and autonomous living systems, her practice addresses nomadic themes that are based on the need to migrate due to current and future environmental and political situations. She is founder of the Waterpod Read More

HERE & NOW: MEDIA ARTIST SHOWCASE, Friday, Sept 20th at Squeaky Wheel

September 20, 2013  by: Stephanie Rothenberg A collaborative presentation by Squeaky Wheel, the Department of Media Study, Visual Studies, the Emerging Practices Graduate Forum, and the University at Buffalo Art Gallery. Join us for a PechaKucha-style evening, as ten artists and media practitioners working in the Western NY region get seven minutes to show & tell us about their Read More

Joshua Unikel, Time Capsule Opened

April 15, 2013  by: Dom

Joshua Unikel

Sound art meets collage meets the limits of human memory in Time Capsule (2012) by Joshua Unikel (MFA 14). Unikel’s sound project was recently published in a nationally ranked magazine and exhibited in New York City. Time Capsule appears in the April 2013 issue of The Collagist, a national literature and arts magazine rated #3 Read More

Emerging Practices Research Forum, Spring 2013

January 28, 2013  by: Dom

EP Research Forum

You are invited to join the Emerging Practices [EP] research forum this spring for a series of conversations (beginning Friday, February 1, 2013) featuring visiting theorists, curators, and practitioners working across domains and methodologies, each concerned with the role of technology in socio-cultural production. Each speaker will present their work in a short lecture, to be Read More

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