Join practitioners from across the arts, humanities and sciences for a two-day symposium to propose and discuss methods and aesthetics of engagement with microbial life from multidisciplinary perspectives to afford new vantages for inquiry.
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This event is free and open to the public
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2017
COALESCE CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL ART, HOCHSTETTER 359, UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO, NORTH CAMPUS:
1:00-3:00PM: Aeolian Microbe workshop. Joel Ong, Coalesce Artist in residence, Assistant Professor, York University, Toronto.
3:30-6:00PM: Winogradsky Column workshop. Nicole Clouston, Coalesce Artist in residence, Artist, Toronto.
HALLWALLS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER, 341 DELAWARE AVE, BUFFALO:
7:00-7:30PM: Symposium welcome meet and greet.
7:30-9:00PM: Screening and artist talk by Cosima Herter, Film Producer, Scientific advisor Orphan Black television series.
This symposium is sponsored by Genome, Environment and Microbiome (GEM) Community of Excellence at the University at Buffalo