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~ China Blue demonstrated her "MindDraw" interactive brainwave artwork; AC Institute, NYC; Feb.16, 2016.
~ Athena Tacha's new solo show, "Shapes of Fluidity: phto-environments and sculpture" is at the Marsha Mateyka Gallery, Washington, DC; thru March 19, 2016.
~ Courtney Mattison's solo exhibition, “Sea Change,” features delicate sculptures of larger-than-life ocean coral and their biggest enemies: rising sea levels, higher temperatures, and of course, humans; at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art; thru April 17, 2016.
~ Open Call for Papers for an "Art and Cancer" a special section of LEONARDO Journal (MIT Press).
~ Lauren Strohacker's "Animal Land" biodiversity project was recognized in an article in the Los Angeles Times.
~ "Jonathan Feldschuh's Large Hadron Collider" exhibition is at the National Academy of Sciences gallery, Washington, DC; thru July 18, 2016.
~ Angela Gonzales' art is in, "Smaller Footprints: An Examination of Global Warming;" the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, California; thru March 27th, 2016.
~ Melissa Fleming will give two presentations: "Inspired by Nature" of photos from her "American Glaciers and Wildfires" series; followed by her lecture, “The Art and Science of Climate Change;” at the Soho Photo Club, NYC.
~ Benoit Maubrey will perform and give a talk on his "electro-acoustic clothes" at MOBIUS in Cambridge, MA; Tuesday March 1, 2016.
~ Barrett Klein's art is in the "Insecta" group exhibition; Central Booking Gallery, NYC; thru March 27, 2016.
~ Anja Witt's "Beyond the Sea,“ is a solo exhibition of paintings that reflect on the process and forces at work in the ocean; Gallery Reinhardt & Partner, Hamburg, Germany; 25 March - 22 April 2016; Opening on Thursday 24 March from 6 pm.
~ At Judith Modrak's Open Studio Exhibition and Artist Talk (part of International Sculpture Day) in her Union Square studio, New York City; she will show a new body of work alongside sculptures inspired by brain cells, emotions and psychological states; April 24, 2016 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m; Artist Talk: 2 p.m. Free.
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