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The ASCI Website "went down" July 29th and CANNOT be restored. Fortunately, the Internet "WayBackMachine" has archived 572 fairly deep "captures" of our site (from May 30, 1997 - March 30, 2016). While extremely up-setting... life goes on! 
We will continue publishing global art-sci information via: our monthly ASCI eBulletin [Members will now receive a PDF document via email], our Facebook Page updates and very active Facebook Group Page activity, and we may begin a blog. Our future exhibitions will likely be documented via their own Wordpress sites. 
We look forward to September 17, 2016 at the New York Hall of Science for the opening of our new "SCIENCE INSPIRES ART: FOOD" exhibition, displaying the jurors' selections from our 18th annual international competition. 
Additionaly, we are busy seeking partners for the development of a fun KINETIC WATER SCULPTURE project that we hope to launch in NYC (2018) and then travel to other urban water locations as a novel and entertaining emissary for renewable energy technologies.
Recognizing that survival is all about change/adaptation, we hope to have your continued support through this transition into an even more exciting future!
The ASCI Website "went down" July 29th and CANNOT be restored. Fortunately, the Internet "WayBackMachine" has archived 572 fairly deep "captures" of our site (from May 30, 1997 - March 30, 2016). While extremely up-setting... life goes on! 
We will continue publishing global art-sci information via: our monthly ASCI eBulletin [Members will now receive a PDF document via email], our Facebook Page updates and very active Facebook Group Page activity, and we may begin a blog. Our future exhibitions will likely be documented via their own Wordpress sites. 
We look forward to September 17, 2016 at the New York Hall of Science for the opening of our new "SCIENCE INSPIRES ART: FOOD" exhibition, displaying the jurors' selections from our 18th annual international competition. 
Additionaly, we are busy seeking partners for the development of a fun KINETIC WATER SCULPTURE project that we hope to launch in NYC (2018) and then travel to other urban water locations as a novel and entertaining emissary for renewable energy technologies.
Recognizing that survival is all about change/adaptation, we hope to have your continued support through this transition into an even more exciting future!


Our pioneering organization (founded in 1988) had an old website that "died" on 7/29/2016, BUT WE DID NOT!  Thanks to the Internet WayBackMachine, 572 copies of our site were archived between 1997-2016.  
 
YOU CAN ACCESS MOST OF
our old website pages  
by

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THE ASCI eBULLETIN
will now be delivered as a PDF via email to ASCI Members once/month. (click link in left nav.bar for sample issue)
It's no longer accessible online.
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ASCI's FACEBOOK GROUP
This is where YOU can post your art-sci info, events, images [if they have captions] and links.

(above digital print) from VALERYIA N-GEORG's "Corporis Fabrica" first solo show is at the Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery in London this summer.

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Bob Nidever has curated the up-coming "enTANGLEment" show that features the art of two artists and two scientists; the Trunk Gallery, West Los Angeles; Sept.10, 2016 from 6-9pm. 


FOOD

ASCI's 18th annual

international art-sci exhibition
at the New York Hall of Science
Sept.17, 2016 - Feb.26, 2017


Exhibition Introduction
& Juror Statements


Online Exhibition (coming soon)

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Vanitas (in a Petri dish)
digital prints by

SUZANNE ANKER

at the
New York Hall of Science
Sept.17 - Oct.23, 2016


full details here

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YOUR GENEROSITY IS THRILLING!
ASCI MASTHEAD:  Thanks! to the ASCI members who allowed us to use their images to create our Masthead image [left-to-right: Agnes Denes, Roger Ferragallo, Ursula Freer, Julian Voss-Andreae, and Laura Splan].

ASCI MASTHEAD: Thanks! to the ASCI members who allowed us to use their images to create our Masthead image [left-to-right: Agnes Denes, Roger Ferragallo, Ursula Freer, Julian Voss-Andreae, and Laura Splan].