Global Art Sci Announcements

BODY PRACTICES Exhibition Opens November 5, 2014

Qualcomm Institute Fall 2014 Exhibition in gallery@calit2

"Body Practices" opens with panel/reception Nov. 5, 2014, runs through Jan. 9, 2015

The gallery@calit2 launches Body Practices, an exhibition that explores notions of virtual and physical presence. The exhibition is curated by Trish Stone and it features works by artists Ursula Damm, Electronic Disturbance Theater/b.a.n.g. lab, Desirée Holman, Tara Knight, Alex McLean, Bryce Clayton Newell, and Victoria Vesna.

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BIOFICTION: Science/Art/Film Festival in Vienna, Austria

BIO*FICTION: Science.Art.Film Festival

The Synthetic Biology Festival: October 23-25, 2014 // Vienna, Austria

BIO*FICTION explores the emerging field of synthetic biology from different disciplinary angles including science and engineering, social science, cultural studies, amateur biology, film makers, artists and designers. The festival hosts presentations, panel discussions, do-it biology demos, performances, art work and film screenings, particularly of short films on any aspect of synthetic biology.

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Environmental Humanities Seminar: Boundaries of the Self

 UCLA Environmental Humanities presents BOUNDARIES OF THE SELF 

An interactive seminar where attendees will discuss featured participants' essays rather than listen to lectures or presentations. If you plan to attend the seminar, please email Michelle to RSVP and to recieve access to the readings in advance. 

Wednesday, October 15, 2014 // 6-8 pm // Room 306, Royce Hall 

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Art|Sci Fall 2014 Calendar

 

The Art|Sci 2014 Fall Calendar has been finalized!

Upcoming Events:
 
Seres: Inhabitants of the Land of Silk -- 5-7 pm, October 2nd
+ LASER Symposium -- 7-9 pm, October 2nd
 
Design is ONE: Screening and Discussion with Director Kathy Brew -- 5-7 pm, October 9th
 
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Art|Sci Global Summer Connections + Happenings

Art|Sci Happenings: Summer 2014 

The Art|Sci Collective has been busy across the globe -- building connections, making alliances, and spreading the word about the relevant interconnectivity between arts and sciences. 

Professor Victoria Vesna spent the rest of the summer post-NanoLab abroad, traveling across Europe, from Croatia to Serbia, Vienna to Paris, Bristol to Linz. 

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