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March 3, 2006

How has the Digital Revolution altered the
domains of printmaking and photography?

Will they survive as distinct fine art media?

Rated X by Eleni Mylonas digital prints on vinyl, wooden stretchers each panel 50 x 108 x 2 inches, installation for Olympic Spirit exhibition 4/2002
Eleni Mylonas, "X Rated," Are these prints or photographs?
The "Digital Revolution" challenges the entire production and nature of images. Photography and printmaking bear the brunt of change and challenge because of their very nature: flat, 2-D, reproducible. We have all adjusted by now but to what precisely? What are the challenges, the adjustments and changes? By, to and for whom? What is the impact on artists, academic art departments, curators and collectors? Will printmaking and photography even survive as distinct art media? Are they co-mingling into a new media called 2D digital imaging? If so, what are the standards, if any, among artists who work in digital printmaking and photography, in art schools, and for those who curate and collect? Are there uniform standards? Does this new emergence affect past standards and structures as well as the future of art objects and the ways we approach them? The panel is composed of representatives from each area of expertise and artists from both traditional and digital media.
Moderator: Richard Leslie, art historian, critic, professor at SVA and SUNY Stony Brook, NY
Participants: Charles Traub, Director of The School of Visual Arts MFA Photography Video & Related Media Dept.
Michal Smith, Director of the Print Center, Philly; co-owner Silicon Gallery Fine Art Prints
Edward W. Earle, Curator of Digital Media, International Center of Photography, New York City
Eleni Mylonas, artist in 2 & 3-dimensional media
Hilary Lorenz, traditional & digital printmaker, Associate Professor Long Island University
Organizer: Cynthia J. Pannucci, Founder/Director, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI)

Richard Leslie, Ph.D.

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March 17th, 2006

Performance: aLive Art
An Evening of Performance & discussion

Vernita N'Cognita in front of the Pompidou
Vernita N'Cognita in front of the Pompidou

An evening of live, digital & virtual performances with video, recorder music, butoh, mysterious props, movement, stillness, costumes, nudity, no sex, sex, voice, text, tinfoil, crying, singing, love, noise, sound, silence and so forth.
The theme of the evening? (though not the performances) to be performance art in general & the 7 Years of Living Art in particular; how it came to be & what it means to our work.
Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens, performance artists, art-lifers, creators of Loveartlab project will appear virtually.

Moderators: Vernita N'Cognita, artist, director of Viridian Artists, art-lifer
Linda Montano, artist, creator 7 Years of Living Art, founder Art/Life Institute, art-lifer
Participants: Martha Wilson, founder of Franklin Furnace
Michelle Bush, performance artist
Koosil-ja Hwang, performance artist
Scott Durkin, performance artist, art-lifer
Barbara Carrellas, performance artist, art-lifer
Ester Smith, performance artist, art-lifer, founder EK Smith Museum
Organizers: Lynne Mayocole, artist
Vernita Nemec, artist, curator
Vernita N'Cognita
Vernita N'Cognita

March 24th, 2006

Painting by Michael Goldberg, Boys Institute III, 1992
Michael Goldberg
Boys Institute III, 1992
Molly Barnes &
Michael Goldberg
in Dialog
Michael Goldberg, a second generation Abstract Expressionist painter, studied at the Art Students League with Jose de Creeft and Hans Hofmann, but it was Willem de Kooning and his use of fiery brushwork and explosive color who would prove to be Goldberg's greatest influence. Goldberg has exhibited at: Manny Silverman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Lennon Weinberg, New York, NY; Thomas McCormick Gallery, Chicago, IL; Galleria Peccolo, Livorno, Italy; Galerie Biedermann Munich, Germany, and Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY among others.

Moderator: Molly Barnes, art dealer, writer, critic
Participant: Michael Goldberg, artist
Organizer: Fran Kornfeld, artist
Molly Barnes
Molly Barnes

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March 26, 2006

Postal deadline for our
"Curator's Choice Competition"

Winners work will be exhibited at Caelum Gallery.

Nicholas Bergman, the contest judge, is co-director of the gallery.

Deadline has passed!
Please try next year.

See our prospectus for details.

Caelum Gallery

Caelum Gallery
Deadline has passed! Please try next year.

March 31, 2006

Environmental Art

Painting by Donna Marxer expressing the effect of sugar cane farming, which drains water, on the Everglades
"Raising Cane" by Donna Marxer
Panel featuring environmentally conscious artists who work with recycled materials or depict the environment.
Donna Marxer
Donna Marxer
Moderator: Margaret Lydecker, artist
Participants: Suzi Matthews, artist
Ellen Levy, Michael Steinberg Fine Art
Donna Marxer, artist, writer, director of Artists In Residence in the Everglades (AIRIE)
Veronica Kovachi, painter
Bates Wilson, sculptor
Organizer: Ann Lydecker, programming director of ATOA

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