Over 100 artists and 400 presenters are coming from 30 countries to
present and/or exhibit at ISEA2012. The International Symposia on
Electronic Art have become the most important academic gatherings on
electronic art world-wide, bringing together the worlds of art and
September 21, 2012 at 9:30 AM. Albuquerque Museum Auditorium.
Lecture. Daniel Richmond.
"Examining a Machine Future's Associated Costs: Cultural and Environmental Resource Extraction."
Artist Daniel Richmond will guide us in utilizing a set of over one
hundred stencils that present the names of Arizona's endangered species:
an official listing that includes numerous threatened animals including
the critically endangered Jaguar and the Aplomado Falcon.
Upcoming Search for the Elusive 'Ghost Cat' in the Green Mountains
Interviews & Testimonials from people that have seen the Catamount in New England for decades. The U.S Fish & Wildlife Service declared the large cats 'extinct' in March of 2011. www.fws.gov/northeast/ecougar/newsreleasefinal.html
Friday March 18, 2011 Endangered Words & Worlds
12:00 p.m. ART TALK Cleveland Museum of Art Lecture Hall
Daniel Richmond presents a recent artistic collaboration with Carlos Jackson that took place summer 2010 at BriBri Talamanca in Central America.
Please join Richmond after the talk outside in the Fine Arts Garden to help emboss the names of Ohio's 125 endangered species on the museum walkway with earth.
Sunday May 22, 2011 112 Endangered Names: Tracking Your Wild Path 1-4PM
Join artist Daniel Richmond in the creation of a hands-on public art project on Milner Plaza. Learn about New Mexico's endangered species, and what you can do to protect our wild lands for clean air, water and wildlife. Track your wild path through activities such as stenciling with native soils (photo, below), and face painting; connect with your favorite wild creature by using a unique potato stamp tracker.
Cosponsored by the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the International Folk Art Museum and the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance. http://www.nmwild.org FREE!