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GUESTS 2016

September 27
Erin Espelie
Screening with Filmmaker
6:30 p.m., CFA 112
Co-sponsored by Techne and the Department of Media Study

The Lanthanide Series
A feature length film about rare earth elements (the lanthanides), black mirrors (from obsidian to iPads), and how technology is reshaping the way we record the present and replay the past.

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Taien Ng-Chan
Open Air Institute is delighted to welcome media artist, writer and poet Taien Ng-Chan as a visiting artist / post-doc for AY2016-17 (sponsored by the Ontario Arts Council). Taien comes to us fresh from completing her Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Humanities at Concordia University (Montreal, CA) in Spring 2016. She will keep office hours under the entity of the Hamilton Perambulatory Unit in the Open Air Institute (CFA252) every Thursday. Watch for announcements related to her residency.

ERAS RESEARCH WORKSHOP
Open Air Institute is excited to be part of the co-coordination of the new Humanities Institute Research Workshop on Embodiment and Research in the Arts and Sciences. Watch for announcements of jointly sponsored events here and contact us (terirueb dot buffalo dot edu) if you would like more information about the Research Workshop.

February 1
Ernst Karel, PhD, Sound Artist
Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab
6:00 p.m., Center for the Arts
Room 112 (Auditorium)
Co-sponsored by PLASMA

GUESTS 2014

LAD RESEARCH WORKSHOP
Landscape Across the Disciplines
Schedule for Spring 2014

Next Event:

May 5
Ernst Karel, PhD, Sound Artist
Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab
4:00 p.m., Center for the Arts
Room 112 (Auditorium)
Co-hosted by LAD and
The Department of Media Study
Watch the video here

GUESTS 2013

LAD RESEARCH WORKSHOP
Landscape Across the Disciplines
Schedule for Fall 2013

October 21
A tour of ecological disaster sites in Western New York guided by Jordan Dalton and Neil Patterson Founder and Director of the Tuscarora Nation Environment Program and member of the Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force (for further info please contact Teri: terirueb@buffalo.edu)

October 14
Dr. Jolene Rickard
3:00 p.m., Center for the Arts
Room 112 (Auditorium)
Co-hosted by LAD and
The Haudenosaunee and Native
American Research Workshop

October 15
Peter d'Agostino
1:00 p.m., Center for the Arts
Room 112 (Auditorium)
Co-hosted by
The Department of Media Study
and the Techne Institute

October 2
Bill Gilbert
Land Arts of the American West

6:30 p.m., CFA 112 (Screening Room)
Watch the video here

2013 SUNY CONVERSATIONS IN THE DISCIPLINES SYMPOSIUM
Landscape Across the Disciplines Research Workshop has been funded to present a symposium on April 5 - 6, 2013. Keynotes include Edward Casey / SUNY Stonybrook; Peter Del Tredici, Harvard / Arnold Arboretum;
Lucy Lippard, Galisteo, NM

March 5: Jill Desimini / Harvard
Cartographic Grounds: Projecting the Landscape Imaginary

GUESTS 2012
Sabine Gruffat & Bill Brown
(sponsored by UB Media Study)
Alan Price
(sponsored by UB Computer Science)
Leslie Carol Roberts
Tom Stoll, Kitefish Labs
Shawn Van Every

GUESTS 2011
Tom Bittner
Zach Gage [QTV]
Mark Skwarek
Nashid Nabian
John Terry

GUESTS 2010
David Mark
Ursula Damm

GUESTS 2009
Frauke Behrendt
Lalya Gaye


CONTACT
Teri Rueb
University at Buffalo
Department of Media Study
Center for the Arts 252
terirueb at buffalo dot edu