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MEDinART on SKAI TV_Greece

MEDinART on SKAI TV_Greece

  ΜΕDinART on SKAI-TV (ACTION24), Greece. 20/04/18, “Today” Journalist: Maira Barba Thank you for the warm invitation and the excellent…

Commemorative set of stamps “Art through the Microscope”, Hellenic Post Collection_Prof. Maria Lambropoulou

Commemorative set of stamps “Art through the Microscope”, Hellenic Post Collection_Prof. Maria Lambropoulou

A great success from Greece from Maria Lambropoulou, Associate Professor of Histology & Embryology at the medical department of the Democritius University…

MEDinART in INNOVATHENS program / “Creative & Cultural Industries”

Category : Competitions, Talks
MEDinART in INNOVATHENS program / “Creative & Cultural Industries”

MEDinART has been selected to participate in the “Creative & Cultural Industries” program of INNOVATHENS, the Greek accelerator for StartUps,…

OPEN CALL “Infinite Potentials” / A joint exhibition by SciArt Center​ and the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

Category : Artists, Exhibitions, Network

OPEN CALL FOR ART

“Infinite Potentials”
A joint exhibition by SciArt Center​ and the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.

EXHIBIT DETAILS
SciArt Center and the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute welcome 2-dimensional still media submissions inspired by the theme of stem cells. This exhibit is juried.

This show is a two-part international traveling exhibit which will take place first at ArtCell (Cambridge, U.K.) sponsored by the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, and then at the New York Hall of Science (New York City, U.S.A.) sponsored by SciArt Center.

Cambridge Stem Cell Institute – ArtCell exhibition dates: June 14 – July 14, 2018
SciArt Center – New York Hall of Science exhibition dates: September 8, 2018 – January 13, 2019

Deadline for submission: April 16th, 11:59pm EST

For more info, check the link HERE, or contact Julia Buntaine​ at [email protected]

 

 

“Microscopy as a form of art” by Avramouli A. et al. 2017

“Microscopy as a form of art” by Avramouli A. et al. 2017

Delighted to read that MEDinART is mentioned in this interesting article: “Microscopy as a form of art”, Antigoni Avramouli; Maria…

“FACES”: Exhibition. PCA Platform & Museum Dr. Guislain. Belgium. 10/03/18

“FACES”: Exhibition. PCA Platform & Museum Dr. Guislain. Belgium. 10/03/18

The PCA (PAK) Platform for Contemporary Art and the Museum Dr. Guislain have the pleasure to invite you to the…

The new book of Theo Dirix “In Search of Andreas Vesalius – THE QUEST FOR HIS GRAVE LOST AND NOT YET FOUND” (2018)

Category : Books
The new book of Theo Dirix “In Search of Andreas Vesalius – THE QUEST FOR HIS GRAVE LOST AND NOT YET FOUND” (2018)

The new book of Theo Dirix entitled “In Search of Andreas Vesalius – THE QUEST FOR HIS GRAVE LOST AND NOT…

Open Call_Bio Art & Design Award_2018

Open Call_Bio Art & Design Award_2018

Open Call: BAD award 2018   The Bio Art & Design Award (previously called the DA4GA) is a € 25.000…

Grants in Art_2018

Category : Grants, Uncategorized
Grants in Art_2018

Welcoming 2018 with a list of grants-in-art calls: https://www.artworkarchive.com/blog/the-complete-guide-to-2018-artist-grants-and-opportunities https://www.artworkarchive.com/blog/7-individual-artist-grants-that-will-make-you-stop-drop-and-apply http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/arts-grants-program-2018-guidelines.pdf https://www.britishcouncil.org/arts/opportunities http://www.foundationforcontemporaryarts.org/grants/grants-to-artists

“Bodysong” (2003): A movie to explore the human body.

Category : Video
Explore the human body through the movie entitled “Bodysong” (2003).
The process of human life and the human condition, from birth through to death, without dialogue, but set to a soft music score.

“Bodysong” uses a collage of images to present a portrait of life from the moment the sperm pierces the egg until death. Home movies, famous film images, and other sources have been tapped to supply the materials. The film attempts to embrace the entire spectrum of human existence by including pictures of disease, violence, decay… accumulated archive footage of ritual celebration and the carnage of war. The film includes a soundtrack recorded by Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead.

Director: Simon Pummell
Producer: Janine Marmot
Genre: Documentary / Avant-garde / Independent Film
Country: United Kingdom
Soundtrack: Jonny Greenwood (of Radiohead)
 
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