FASEB BioArt travels around the country

By | February 2, 2017

The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) is collaborating with other organizations to bring BioArt images to public audiences around the country. In Charlottesville, VA, 20 BioArt images are on display at the Indoor Biotechnologies’ CREATE gallery through April. The exhibit is being held in conjunction with the launch of the nonprofit trade group CvilleBioHub.  The gallery will be open to the public as part of the Charlottesville First Friday events. More public viewing opportunities are being planned; please contact FASEB for more information.

BioArt display at Cellula performance

Meanwhile, in Minneapolis, MN, BioArt has joined the children’s show Cellula, an innovative glow-in-the-dark performance of cell division by the local puppeteer company Z Puppets Rosenschnoz. Six BioArt images are featured in the pre-show Microscope Fun Gallery along with hands-on microscope activities by the Minnesota Microscopy Society and the University of Minnesota Imaging Centers. During the year, Cellula and the BioArt gallery will be traveling to other Minnesota venues, including performances in Austin, Grand Rapids, and New York Mills.

To learn about arranging a BioArt exhibit in your area, email bioart@faseb.org.

BioArt display at Indoor Biotechnologies CREATE gallery