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“Soil” Talk by Bioartist Nicole Clouston on Friday, 11/18

November 17, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

GEM Artist-In-Residence – Nicole Clouston – SOIL Friday, November 18, 2016 Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Location: Center for the Arts 144 Cost: Free and open to the public The project takes soil as its medium, engaging the vast array of microbial life present within it and the ways in which we are connected to Read More


Artist Talk: Kathy High, “Gut Love” on Friday, 9/30/16

September 27, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Kathy High Gut Love Artist Talk Friday September 30, 2016 1:00 PM Capen Hall 310 The Gut Love project arises from questions concerning gut microbiota and the immune system. As a patient with Crohn’s disease, High’s interest in gut microbiota started with her own diseased body. The recent developments in medical research concerning this area Read More


Apply for the Coalesce Biological Art Residency

June 1, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Coalesce is currently accepting proposals for Biological Art residencies. We generally accept 4–5 residents per academic year. A residency is active for the entire year, however actual periods in residence will vary and should be mutually agreed upon by Coalesce and the artist. We suggest a minimum of one month in planned residence and we encourage residents to 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


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