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The BRAIN
16th international, art-sci juried exhibition is on view at the New York Hall of Science thru March 29, 2015

Our art+science co-jurors neuroscientist, Dr. Anjan Chatterjee, and museum gallery gallery director, Stephen Nowlin, selected 27 artists and two neuroscientists from the 156 entrants from around the world [42 images]. Read the Joror Statements and view the online exhibition.



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INTERNATIONAL OPEN CALL:
Artists For The Ocean

Help us raise public awareness about the unseen ecological plight of our ocean via an online exhibition. details... 

 
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RebeccaKamenSolo-NAS2015

"Rebecca Kamen: Fundamental Forces" solo exhibition
presents her inspired visual investigations of rarely seen scientific drawings and writings as contemporary sculptures, paintings, and installation with a soundscape by Susan Alexjander; National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.; thru July 6, 2015.

SolarFondwa-BenoitMaubrey2015

Benoit Maubrey wants to inspire you to help Haiti by sharing how he organized an off-the-grid 9kw Solar Plant for a rural mountain university in Haiti so students could use computers at night! Details here...

LeaKannar-exhibitionMarch2015

Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger's
solo show, "Colliding Worlds," explores the theory of evolution as a metaphor for change; Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & ARt Centre, Gymea NSW, Australia; 7-17 Mar 2015. learn more...

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Ralfonso
was interviewed by CNN INTERNATIONAL TV channel for a video documentary piece, "The Art of Movement," about his large-scale kinetic wind sculptures, including his recent commission piece in Orlando, FL.

Sandra Huret will participate on a Panel Discussion & Signing of her new book; discussion re: Creativity by artists and scientists with Eitan Altman, Pierre Carlès and François Taddéi; Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires; Paris, France; March 14, 2015 at 4pm.

Arthur I. Miller, a distinguished art-science author, will give a public presentation, "Art at the edge… of science," at the Athens Science Festival, Athens, Greece; March 1-22, 2015.

Suzanne Anker, an internationally renowned bio-artist, is the Featured Artist of UCLA's ART-SCI Center's Lab.


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