Would you like to sponsor an event in your class during the week of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. It's our twentieth anniversary, and there's still time.
This year's festival theme is: Geographies.
Patricia Zimmermann, professor of Screen Studies and co-director of Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), has published a new book, Open Space New Media Documentary: A Toolkit for Theory and Practice(Routledge, 2017).
Monday, March 28, 2016, 3:00-6:30 pm
Roy H. Park Auditorium, Park School of Communications
Paul Vanouse, Director of the Coalesce Center for Biologic Art at the U. of Buffalo, will be the opening speaker for the 2016 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.
We are pleased to announce the FLEFF Opening Speaker for 2016.
Paul Vanouse, Director of the Coalesce Center for Biologic Art at the U. of Buffalo and Professor in the Department of Art will speak on March 28 at 7pm in Clarke Lounge.
His talk, Switching Lenses: Art, Life and the Laboratory, will address how conceptual art, land art, eco art, etc. paves the way for bio-art and and exciting new developments at the Coalesce Center for Biological Art.
For more information in the Coalesce Center: http://art.buffalo.edu/about/coalesce-center/
The theme of the 2016 edition of FLEFF is Landscapes. For more information on the Festival including films, dates, times, and locations, see https://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/.
THURSDAY, MARCH 24
Opening reception for “NO/GOOD PLACE: Utopian Art from Finland,” an exhibition of photographs, films, performances and installations that explore the porous boundaries between utopia and dystopia; 5–7 p.m., Handwerker Gallery, Gannett Center.