A Duck For Mr Darwin

  Evolutionary Thinking & The Struggle To Exist Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art 10 April – 20 September 2009 A Duck for Mr. Darwin is a group exhibition of contemporary artists exploring evolutionary thinking and the Theory of Natural Selection. The exhibition focuses on the legacy of Charles Darwin’s ideas and is informed by the …

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drawings drawing drawings

  Here are some photos from the Newcastle In Vetland exhibition July 2009. Setting up 4am on Monday morning opening speech by Steve Baker 630pm Monday night (featureing work by photographer Tamara Kenneally conversations in front of the animal worldmap browsing and drawing activity on the night

Anatomy in the Gallery – International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, IL

  Deadline: April 17, 2009 Exhibition Proposals for 2010 “Anatomy in the Gallery,” a rotating exhibition program at the International Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago, showcases medically themed contemporary art within the unique context of the Museum’s historical collections and exhibits. The program was begun in 1998 to help fulfill the Museum’s mission of …

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The Animal Gaze 2010 Symposium & Exhibition

  The success of The Animal Gaze encouraged London Met to set up a series of associated events around animals and art today. These will be part of an ongoing programme under the banner of Cass Contemporary Arts (CASSCA)…CASSCA announces another symposium on animal/human studies and contemporary art at Sir John Cass in October 2010 …

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The Animal Gaze exhibition

  http://www.snaebjornsdottirwilson.com/nanoq.php The Animal Gaze: Contemporary Art & Animal/Human Studies was a two day symposium (Nov 20-21, 2008) and exhibition (Nov 18-Dec 12, 2008) organised and hosted by London Metropolitan University at the Sir John Cass Department of Art Media and Design in Whitechapel, London (UK). The exhibition tours to Plymouth and Exeter in 2009. …

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minding animals conference

  This conference in Newcastle in July this year bills itself as ‘a transdisciplinary conference exploring the interrelationships between animals and society’: Where science meets the humanities Where academic meets activist Where environmentalist meets animal advocate Where all can participate in consideration of past, present and future interrelationships between human animals, nonhuman animals and the …

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