Each year, Director William (Ned) Friedman and the Arnold Arboretum present the Director’s Lecture Series, featuring nationally recognized experts addressing an array of topics related to Earth’s biodiversity and evolutionary history, the environment, conservation biology, and key social issues associated with current science.
Stay tuned for details!
The largest solo exhibition of Oldest Living Things in the World to date opens in the Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation main hall September 13th in beautiful Red Hook, Brooklyn. Curated by Christina Costello.
Runs through November 2, 2014. Stayed tuned for details on special programming.
This exhibition represents an area where rational and intuitive thinking come together to explore the question of how we relate to the vastness of time. The answer suggested by the artwork suggests that we do so through a combination of visual metaphors (cycles, circles, arrows, trajectories) and visual evidence (rock formations, strata, fossils of fauna and flora) while being mediated through various technologies and media. This exhibition explores the usefulness as well as the limitations of the visualization of deep time.
Artists featured include Chul Hyun Ahn, Alfredo Arreguin, Diane Burko, Alison Carey, Terry Falke, Sharon Harper, Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe, Rosalie Lang, David Maisel, Semiconductor, Rachel Sussman, and Jonathon Wells.
Artists Mario Del Curto and Rachel Sussman in conversation with moderator Corey Keller, Curator of Photography at SFMOMA at Swissnex
Location: swissnex San Francisco, 730 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94111
Cost: $10, free with student ID. More information & registration HERE.
A portion of ticket sales to Planting Justice equivalent to the number of attendees who come by foot, bike, or public transit, so walk or ride to the event!
Rachel will be joined by Paola Antonelli as they discuss of the subject of her work: Deep Time.
Join us at MakerCity LA for drinks, delicious treats and community. Limited Edition signed books will be available.
Book launch event at the School of Visual Arts Theater. Rachel will be in conversation with Maria Popova, aka Brainpicker. Books will be available for sale. Stay after for a reception and signing.
On the last Friday of every month, The Office for Creative Research hosts an informal discussion with an individual or group working at the intersections of data, research-based art, and creative methodologies. Rachel will join OCR for their second installment.
Beer will be provided. To reserve your spot, RSVP here for a free ticket on Eventbrite