Global Art Sci Announcements

Call for applications: Ars Bioarctica Residency 2013 - Kilpisjärvi/Lapland/Finland

 Since 2010 the Finnish Society of Bioart is organizing the ARS BIOARCTICA RESIDENCY PROGRAM together with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki in the sub-Arctic Lapland.

The residency takes place in the facilities of the Kilpisjärvi
Biological Station. It provides the residents with a combined living and
working environment, a basic laboratory, internet connection and sauna. 

Send applications or questions to Erich Berger 

Deadline: 6.4.2013

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OPEN CALL: Queens International 2013

Submit your materials and ideas to be considered for Queens International 2013 at the Queens Museum. A tradition since 2001, Queens Intl. is a biennial of artists living and/or working in Queens which brings together the vibrant borough through contemporary culutral production in all media.

Open House: March 17th and April 7, 2-3 PM

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Mathematica Experts Live: Numeric Modeling in Mathematica

Numeric modeling in Mathematica is the topic of this month's "Mathematica Experts Live" training special event. Apanel of experts will present Mathematica's powerful numerical capabilities for differential equation solving, optimization, and special functions, with time scheduled for live Q&A.

Mathematica Experts Live: Numeric Modeling in Mathematica
Wednesday, March 27, 1-2pm US EDT | 5-6pm GMT

If you need high-performance numerical computing, this free online event is for you. Seats are limited. See event details and register today:

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Leonardo/ISAST Network

 March 15, 2013

The Leonardo Network Newsletter is a bi-weekly publication of Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST), bringing news and opportunities to the attention of readers interested in the creative spaces where art, science and technology connect.


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 Art from Synthetic Biology is the cumulation of a doctoral research using synthetic biology and genetics in art production. As the first public art exhibition to feature living genetically modified microorganisms in the UK, it represents a milestone within bio art practices and highlights the challenges of putting such matter on display.

Come to the Royal Institution to experience living synthetic biology artworks. A special evening event on the 10th of April from 6.30pm will discuss the artworks and their context.

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