Is truth the burden of scientists?

The art and science dichotomy

Thinking pragmatically, perhaps one of the most crucial reasons to keep artists and scientists coming together is the wider audience that naturally follows interdisciplinary projects, is paramount for the global scale of today’s concerns.

On teaching art to scientists

Experimental Dance big part of MoMA Performance Exhibition Series

The Museum of Modern Art resumes its Performance Exhibition Series with dance.

Museum Shows Leap Beyond the Frame

Stop, Repair, Prepare: Variations on ‘Ode to Joy’ for a Prepared Piano

I just popped out to play BeethovenChaos, Romanticism’s energy source, threatens or titillates as navigator musicians play the MoMA’s Bechstein from the inside out.

Evan Shinners performing the fourth movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in “Stop, Repair, Prepare” in MoMA’s second-floor atrium.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/10/arts/design/10nine.html?scp=2&sq=beethoven&st=cse

Festival highlights from the flip video cam of Life is Living’s Artistic Director Mark Bamuthi Joseph, Mitchell Center Artist in Residence

Going Green with GONZO24/7’s Graffiti

 

Havikoro

Check out local B-boys Havikoro on November 6 at Life Is Living Houston.

The Statue of Four Lies

FALSUS IN UNO    FALSUS IN OMNIBUS   FALSUS IN NIHILO

Former Mitchell Center Artists-in Residence, the Art Guys present the newest addition to the University of Houston Public Art Collection. The Statue of Four Lies analyzes the vestiges found in the foundations that testify to its original former arrangement and is a monument to aesthetical inexactitudes in the form of various kinds of fruits rendered in bronze.

The Statue of Four Lies

Location: North side of the new Cougar Village, adjacent to Lynn Eusan Park near the intersection of Wheeler and Calhoun. Parking at the Welcome Center Garage, corner of Calhoun and University Dr.

Click here for more information.

Read the culturemap review of the unveiling by Steven Thomson here.

The Art Guys still have nothing to do with this.

Graphic Novel Workshop

The Graphic Novel Workshop, taught by UH Creative Writing faculty Mat Johnson, will host a public presentation on September 22, 2010 from 7:00-9:00PM in the University of Houston M.D. Anderson Library Honors College Commons

Here is a video about the Graphic Novel Workshop

Want to know more about the LIFE is Living Festival on Nov 6, 2010? Here is a video from the 2009 Kick Off event held in Houston.

 

Sustainable design at Project Row Houses

http://www.1stdibs.com/introspective/on_location/project_row_houses_2010/

http://www.ricesolardecathlon.org/accessible/houses.html

Marc Bamuthi Joseph presents The Spoken World (Words that Move Us Series)

The Artistic Director of HBO’s Brave New Voices series returns to Dance Place with text and choreography from his solo works Word Becomes Flesh and the break/s, as well as new material from the upcoming red, black and GREEN: a blues. Words Become Flesh is a National Performance Network (NPN) Re-Creation Fund Project sponsored by La Pena in partnership with Dance Place, Painted Bride Art Center, Youth Speaks and NPN. The Re-Creation Fund is supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Ford Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts (a federal agency). Dance Place is a NPN Partner of the National Performance Network (NPN). This project is made possible in part by support from the NPN Performance Residency Program. Major contributors include the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Ford Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts (a federal agency).

More information: http://www.culturecapital.com/event.php?id=10896

Inbound: Houston

Public Art for an automotive culture. Karyn Olivier, 2009 Artist in Residence with the Mitchell Center for the Arts at University of Houston replaced 13 billboard ads with life-sized photographic representations.

The first UH Arts Open House in 2009 featured the UH Marching Band

Mitchell Center Residency: The Center for Land Use Interpretation

Beginning in January 2008 the Mitchell Center, in partnership with the University of Houston School of Art and Creative Writing Program, hosted the Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI) for a residency that focused on the Buffalo Bayou, the Houston Ship Channel, and their environs.