Landscape Across the Disciplines: A Symposium

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SYMPOSIUM DATES: APRIL 5 & 6, 2013
LAD CID SYMPOSIUM FINAL PROGRAM

MAP TO VENUES: UB North Campus
LOCKWOOD LIBRARY (see #10)
STUDENT UNION (see #28)
101 DAVIS HALL (see #37)

Exhibition Reception APRIL 4:
UB Lockwood Memorial Library Second Floor Lobby
Reception April 4, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: https://www.ubevents.org/event/landscape13
Registration includes lunch and coffee on both days, plus bus transit to Buffalo Waterfront and walking tour of Silo City guided by Professor Emerita Lynda Schneekloth, UB Architecture / Buffalo Riverkeeper.

This two-day SUNY ‘Conversation’ on Landscape Across the Disciplines provides a platform for inter- and transdisciplinary research, criticism, debate, and exchange around the subject of landscape as it spans the arts, humanities, and sciences (natural, social, and cognitive). Presentations will include scientists, artists, humanities scholars, activists and designers whose work intersects with this topic in new and challenging ways.

Landscape Across the Disciplines: A Symposium grows out of a recently established Research Workshop sponsored by the University at Buffalo Humanities Institute. With this event we extend the conversation to include scholars, researchers, and practitioners from across the SUNY system and beyond, including:

Keynote lectures
Edward Casey (Philosopher, SUNY Stony Brook)
Friday, April 5, 2:00 p.m., Student Union Theater

Lucy Lippard (Arts Writer and Activist, Galisteo, New Mexico)
Friday, April 5, 5:30 p.m., 101 Davis Hall Auditorium
Free and open to the public

Peter Del Tredici (Senior Research Scientist, Arnold Arboretum; Associate Professor, Harvard University)
Saturday, April 6, 9:00 a.m., 101 Davis Hall Auditorium

Additional SUNY speakers include:
Millie Chen (UB Visual Studies)
Susan Dieterlen (SUNY Environmental Sciences and Forestry, Landscape Architecture)
Wendy Miller (SUNY Cortland, Geography)
Lynda Schneekloth (UB Architecture and Planning)
T.L. Thurston / Amber Anderson (UB Anthropoogy)
Teri Rueb (UB Media Study)
David Mark (UB Geography)

Speakers selected from the Call for Proposals include:
Jill Desimini, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Beynan Ransom, University at Buffalo / NSF-IGERT
Margaret Konkol, Georgia Institute of Technology
Melissa Clarke and Genevieve Hoffman, New York University
Paul Lloyd Sargent, University at Buffalo / Media Study

Exhibition Artists / Designers selected from the Call for Proposals include:
Melissa Clarke and Genevieve Hoffman, Laura Curry, Jordan Dalton, Laura Garofalo, Sarah Kanouse, Raquel Ladensack, Paul Lloyd Sargent, Angela Washko, and Ripley Whiteside.

Main Conference Location: University at Buffalo, North Campus
April 5
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Student Union Theater
April 5
5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Keynote: Lucy Lippard, 101 Davis Hall Auditorium (free and open to the public)
April 6
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., all events at 101 Davis Hall Auditorium

Exhibition:
UB Lockwood Memorial Library Second Floor Lobby
Reception April 4, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Conference Registration ($65 Full Registration, $40 Student Rate) includes lunch, coffee and bus to Buffalo Waterfront and walking tour of Silo City on Saturday afternoon.
Please register at:
https://www.ubevents.org/event/landscape13

This conference is sponsored by the Conversations in the Disciplines Program of the State University of New York. Additional funding has been generously provided by:
UB Humanities Institute
UB Gender Institute
Department of Media Study
Department of Geography
Department of Visual Studies
Department of Architecture
UB Art Galleries
UB Libraries
Open Air Institute

For futher information please contact:
David Mark (dmark@buffalo.edu) or Teri Rueb (terirueb@buffalo.edu)

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