Call for abstracts: Ecology In Practice – Creative Conservation Symposium

5th World Conference on Ecological Restoration in Madison, Wisconsin, USA October 6-11, 2013 The symposium is convened by David Haley and Richard Scott. Haley has convened and chaired the Ecological Arts symposia at SER (Society for Ecological Restoration) World Conferences in 2000 (Liverpool), 2005 (Zaragoza) and 2011 (Merida), and contributed to Richard Scott’s Creative Conservation workshops… Continue reading Call for abstracts: Ecology In Practice – Creative Conservation Symposium

Out Now – CSPA Q9: Science/Art

The latest CSPA Quarterly  issue on Science/Art features a preview of the CSPA Fusebox Festival study, writing from Sarah Moon and Alyce Santoro, a report from Moe Beitiks on the first annual Moscow Science Art Conference, and an excerpt from Lina Weintraub’s new book. “Through this issue, we explore the connection and complex relationship that… Continue reading Out Now – CSPA Q9: Science/Art

Techno-Ecologies – Acoustic Space #11

The Riga Centre for New Media Culture (RIXC) has published the 11th volume of Acoustic Space: Techno-Ecologies edited by Rasa Smite, Eric Kluitenberg and Raitis Smits The publication takes a different perspective on the value of the relationship between humans, the environment and technology: We can no longer consider technology as the alienating “other”. The… Continue reading Techno-Ecologies – Acoustic Space #11

Balance-Unbalance 2013

Balance-Unbalance is an International Conference designed to use art as a catalyst to explore intersections between nature, science, technology and society as we move into an era of both unprecedented ecological threats and transdisciplinary possibilities. The organizers are thoroughly looking forward to hosting artists, scientists, economists, philosophers, politicians, sociologists, engineers and policy experts from across… Continue reading Balance-Unbalance 2013


The exhibition will run from 31st August 2012 – 17th February 2013. Opening: 31 August, 6–8pm “With Carbon 13 and the Marfa Dialogues, Ballroom Marfa continues its mission of presenting art as a transforming media capable of addressing the most pressing issues of our time: The exhibition consists of newly commissioned work by eight international artists who… Continue reading CARBON 13

IMAGINE 2020: Summer LAB. Art, climate change and sustainable development

IMAGINE 2020, Art and Climate Change, was created to increase awareness about the causes and effects of climate change and advocates changes to the cultural sector and society in genral. One of the network activities is the Summer Lab, in this event they bring together artists and professionals from diverse disciplines. The first edition took… Continue reading IMAGINE 2020: Summer LAB. Art, climate change and sustainable development

Burning Ice #5 – We the Gardeners…

From June 5th to 9th 2012, the Kaaitheater is holding the fifth Burning Ice festival in Brussels (Belgium) This year the festival revolves around art and ecology and brings together performing artists, scientists and other experts. The programme comprises performances, exhibitions, inspiring study days and talks. The theme of Burning Ice#5 is ‘We Are the… Continue reading Burning Ice #5 – We the Gardeners…

Science Inspires Art 2012: VITAL SIGNS

Open Call for Artists: What vital signs of life pull at your inquisitive mind and imagination? The Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI) announces an Open Call for their annual,  international, art-sci competition. The exhibition will be held at the New York Hall of Science, September 1, 2012 – February 3, 2013. For this year’s… Continue reading Science Inspires Art 2012: VITAL SIGNS

Collapse: The Cry of Silent Forms

Brandon Ballengée – Collapse: The Cry of Silent Forms May 5 – July 31 (extended) 2012 Visual artist and biologist Brandon Ballengée will exhibit sculptural installations and photographs at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in his first major solo exhibition in New York. The exhibition, entitled “Collapse: The Cry of Silent Forms”, consists of three bodies… Continue reading Collapse: The Cry of Silent Forms