Member News Picks
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~ (above)"From the Laboratory to the Studio: Inter-disciplinary Practices in Bio Art" Summer Residency at School of Visual Arts, NYC; Deadline: May 1, 2016.
~ The Cancer ART-SCI Network (info here) seeks global participants and offers opportunity to publish your research in a Special Section of the peer-reviewed Leonardo Journal.
~(above) Jonathan Feldschuh's Large Hadron Collider series of paintings is an exhibition at the National Academy of Sciences gallery, Washington, DC; thru July 18, 2016.
~ Robyn Ellenbogen & Elaine Whittaker both have artwork included in the"(Animal, Vegetable) Mineral" group show in the Haber Space at Central Booking Gallery, NYC; April 7 - May 29, 2016.
~ Gayil Nalls' video installation, "Mechanisms of Biophilia" is included in "While You Were Texting," April 29th and May 1st, with a May Day roundtable discussion May 1st from 4-8pm at El Barrio Art Space, NYC.
~ Ron Wild recently completed a new digital mapping artwork for Canada's art-sci The Brain Project
~ Terry Tricket will be presenting at the Balance Unbalance 2016 Conference: "Data science + Eco Action"; Manizales, Colombia; May 9–11 2016.
~ Anna Dumitriu is the esteemed artist partner on a new European art-sci project, FEAT, that pairs artists in nine-month residencies with some of Europe's top research scientists.
~ Barbara Nessim & Lia Cook have artworks included in Experiments in Art & Digital Technologies group exhibition that's part of the Creative Tech Week in New York City; April 28 - May 8, 2016.
~ LAURA SPLAN’s new media projects will be on view in a two-person show, "Raw Material" at Grizzly Grizzly in Philadelphia, PA; May 6–28, 2016; Reception: May 6, 2016, 6-9pm.