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This Week in the Project Space: MFA Student Kyla Kegler

November 1, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

UB Department of Art MFA student Kyla Kegler is set up in the Project Space between October 31-November 6, installing and developing two bodies of work that overlap, inform, and participate with one another. “Learning About Paint” (or) “Instead of Žižek and Screens” is an in-progress series of non-representational paintings produced strictly as formal experiments in Read More

Graduate Open Studios in the Departments of Art & Media Study on Thursday, November 10th

October 27, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

GRADUATE OPEN STUDIOS DEPARTMENTS OF ART AND MEDIA STUDY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10TH 2016 7:00 – 10:00 PM UB GALLERIES OPEN LATE!!! OPEN STUDIOS, MEDIA SCREENINGS AND PERFORMANCES Open Studios is an opportunity for the public to meet the next generation of artists at UB. Students in UB’s graduate programs in Art and Media Study invite Read More

SHOT! – Opera Opens Tomorrow Night Featuring Video Work by MFA ’16 Carl Spartz

June 9, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

SHOT! – a Nickel City Opera Production – June 10th and 12th  at Shea’s Theatre, 646 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14202 Featuring video work by Department of Art MFA Alum Carl Spartz. A Dazzling Display of Technology. Witness one of the most important shows about Buffalo history ever to be produced. The September 1901 assassination of President 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

Professor Jasmina Tumbas Curates Selma Selman’s 1st U.S. Solo Exhibition at Dreamland

February 19, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Selma Selman. Me postojisarav – Postojim – I exist. March 4 – March 25, 2016 Opening and Performance: March 4, 8:00pm. Dreamland, Buffalo, NY (387 Franklin St.) Curated by Dr. Jasmina Tumbas, Assistant Professor, Department of Art, University at Buffalo. Dreamland showcases the first U.S. solo exhibition of Selma Selman, Bosnian artist of Roma origins, currently based Read More

"Vi Nemate Pojma. You Have No Idea": Video Screening, Performance and Discussion with Artist Selma Selman

April 20, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Selma Selman, Vi Nemate Pojma. You Have No Idea Video screening, performance and discussion with artist Selma Selman at Dreamland Wed, April 29, 8:00pm 387 Franklin St, Buffalo, New York 14202 Introduction and discussion by Dr. Jasmina Tumbas, Assistant Professor, Department of Art, University at Buffalo “The most important thing is that I use my identity Read More

Adam Zaretsky, Obesity and the Bolus of the Beyond: A Sociopolitical Reading of Metabolic Syndrome

November 5, 2014  by: Dom

Announcing a public lecture and discussion with Adam Zaretsky, Monday, November 10, 1:00-2:30 PM, Center for the Arts, Room 146. This lecture has been sponsored by Emerging Practices in the Arts, a Humanities Institute research group. Obesity and the Bolus of the Beyond: A Sociopolitical Reading of Metabolic Syndrome The way Zaretsky describes his artistic practice Read More

Alumna Liz Rywelski Presents TIME SHARE in e-flux's Summer Mondays Series

August 1, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Image from TIME SHARE, Image courtesy of MFA Alumna Liz Rywelski will present her project entitled TIME SHARE as a part of e-flux’s Summer Mondays Series. Liz Rywelski, along with the artists Camel Collective, Rita Sobral Campos, Tyler Coburn, Leila Nadir + Cary Peppermint (EcoArtTech), Casey Jane Ellison, Tamar Ettun & The Moving Company with Tamar Muskal, Hanns Eisler Read More

Meat Me | an edible performance/installation by Geoffrey Krawczyk

January 21, 2010  by: Dom

Meat Me is an edible performance/installation by Geoffrey Krawczyk. It involves a full body sculpture of the artist made from meatloaf, to be cooked and eaten during the opening reception. The work is a meditation on the nature of belief and superstition in societies. Incorporating ideas of transfiguration, cannibalism, community ritual, and funerary rites, it seeks to parody the somber attitudes Read More

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