College of Fine Arts
Land Arts of the American West
Mattox Sculpture Center
UNM Art Museum
UNM Robb Musical Trust
912 3rd St NW
924B Shoofly Street
African American Performing Arts Center
Center for the Arts
Center for the Arts - Room 1009
Center for the Arts - Room 2018
Center for the Arts - Room 2100
Center for the Arts Lobby
CFA Dean's Office
CFA Downtown Studio
CFA Room 1018
CNM Montoya Campus
Curio Cowtown 2640 6th St. NW Albuquerque
Dane Smith Hall
Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance
Fine Arts and Design Library (main foyer)
High Noon Restaurant and Lounge
Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town
John Sommers Foyer
John Sommers Gallery
Latin American and Iberian Institute Conference Room
Mesa del Sol
Mesa Del Sol Theater
National Hispanic Cultural Center
Ortega Hall 335
Ortega Hall Lounge (Room 322)
Outpost Performance Space
Physics & Astronomy and Interdisciplinary Science Building
Railyard Santa Fe
Santa Fe Art Institute
Science & Math Learning Center Auditorium Reception Stamm Commons : Centennial Engineering
South Broadway Cultural Center
Student Union Building (SUB)
university of cagliari
University of New Mexico
UNM Art Museum
UNM Art Museum Student Advisory Board
UNMH BBRP Café
Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge 7851 2nd St. SW
Winning Coffee Company
Type of Art
Art & Ecology
62nd LONDON INTERNATIONAL YOUTH SCIENCE FORUM (LIYSF) The annual London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) is a two-week residential course hosted at the renowned research university Imperial College London. Our aim
62nd LONDON INTERNATIONAL YOUTH SCIENCE FORUM (LIYSF)
The annual London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) is a two-week residential course hosted at the renowned research university Imperial College London. Our aim is to unite outstanding talent from all nations and provide a deeper insight into science and its applications for the benefit of all mankind.
Speakers already confirmed include prestigious scientists, including; Professor Sarah Gilbert, Professor Dame Julia King, Professor Martin Rees, Professor Fiona Watt, Professor Saiful Islam, and LIYSF President, Professor Clare Elwell.
The forum attracts 500 of the globe’s leading young scientists, aged from 16-21 and visiting from over 65 countries. Along with an active social calendar and a focus on cultural education and forming lasting friendships, the program includes lectures, demonstrations from leading scientists and visits to industrial sites, research centers, scientific institutions, world-class laboratories, and universities.
The 62nd LIYSF is held from July 28th to August 11th, 2021. The participation fee is GBP 495 per student to attend LIYSF VIRTUAL and GBP 2,195 per student for the inclusive residential program, with all meals and accommodation provided. Applications are open until the end of May 2021.
For more information, visit https://liysf.org.uk/liysf/liysf-2021
Time: 10:00AM – 10:00PM
jul 28 (wednesday) 10:00am - aug 11 (wednesday) 10:00pm
For LIYSF On-campus- £ 2195 and Virtual LIYSF- £ 495
19aug5:30 PM6:30 PMFeaturedIn Place: The Ecologies of Sound in the Southwest (SciArt Santa Fe LASER talk)UNM alums in conversation on sound as place-based knowledge, featuring artists Jennifer Diaz and Dylan McLaughlin with Dr. Steven Feld, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology.
“In Place: The Ecologies of Sound in the Southwest” will feature Nev-Diaz, a new media artist who blends photography, programming languages, video, and sound, to create unique viewer experiences focusing
“In Place: The Ecologies of Sound in the Southwest” will feature Nev-Diaz, a new media artist who blends photography, programming languages, video, and sound, to create unique viewer experiences focusing on themes of memory, trauma, nature, and curated spaces; and sound and video artist, storyteller, and educator Dylan McLaughlin whose multi-media installations explores sites of extraction, and forms of witness and implication, engaging the poetics and politics of landscape formation and human affect. They will speak with Dr. Steven Feld, anthropologist, filmmaker, musician, sound artist, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology Emeritus at the University of New Mexico, and Senior Scholar at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fé, New Mexico, US.
Exploring sound as placed-based knowledge, they will share their work and discuss how sonic and visual art combined can convey the spirit or psyche of place; how technology, community, and ethics shape their work in the Southwest; and how sound can forge emotional, cultural, and physical connections to place.
This is the last webinar in the series, “In Place: Recentering Ecocritical Knowledge of the Natural World.” For previous webinars, visit http://www.sciartsantafe.org. This webinar is free and will be held in English with Spanish interpretation.
aug 19 (thursday) 5:30pm - aug 19 (thursday) 6:30pm
A virtual program presented by Tamarind Institute and Turner Carroll Gallery. Free event open to the public. RSVP via eventbrite appreciated.
A virtual program presented by Tamarind Institute and Turner Carroll Gallery.
Free event open to the public.
aug 21 (saturday) 4:00pm - aug 21 (saturday) 5:30pm
Free event. RSVP appreciated.