Posts tagged with : Burchfield Penney
  • Feb 26th 2018

    Tony Conrad: Surplus Affect. Saturday, March 3 at 7 PM – 9 PM Burchfield-Penney Art Center

    Spanning from 1981-2011, this screening brings together a selection of video artworks that explore Conrad’s ongoing interrogation of control and discipline through the affective qualities of humor, music, image and language. Surplus Affect will feature rarely screened works like In Santa Fe with Tony Conrad and Steina Vasulka, I’ve Never Been… and Lookers; and classics including In-Line, Redressing Down and Tony’s Oscular Pets.

    This program is curated by DMS alums Laura McGough (PHD) and Anna Scime (MFA). Presented in collaboration with “Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery”

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  • Oct 6th 2017

    Annette Daniels-Taylor (MFA candidate), Matt McCormick (MFA ’15), and Anna Scime (MFA ’12) present Poetics of the Moving Image Panel at BIFF

    Poetics of the Moving Image Panel

    Moderated by Anna Scime

    Through discussion of their work as creative and critical praxes, this panel of filmmakers (Matt McCormick) and digital poets (Annette Daniels Taylor) explores the power of the moving image through a poetic lens focusing on devices like point of view, structure, rhythm, mood, metaphor, mise-en-scène and more. Followed by Q&A.

    Burchfield Penney Art Center – Saturday, October 7, 11:30AM

    Register here : http://buffalofilm.org/lineup/3KplydnLeUumgy88u0YyK8

  • Mar 10th 2017

    Filmmakers’ Panel and screening featuring Dorothea Braemer March 10 & 11, 2017

    Faculty member Dorothea Braemer will take part in a filmmaker’s panel and screen her 30-minute documentary Searching for Paradise this weekend as part of Buffalo State College’s series Beyond Boundaries. The screening will also feature an in-progress doc Still Separate co-directed by DMS alum Brian Milbrand. Beyond Boundaries is curated in part by Buffalo State Professors and University at Buffalo Media Study alumnae Ruth Goldman and Meg Knowles.
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  • Dec 6th 2016

    GOLDEN: Dorothea Braemer, Stanzi Vaubel, Su Hyun Nam, Jennifer Cook featured in Burchfield Penney’s 50 Year Celebration

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    Faculty member Dorothea Braemer, and grads Stanzi Vaubel, Su Hyun Nam, and Jennifer Cook are among the artists and musicians featured in the Burchfield Penney Art Center‘s event GOLDEN: CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF THE BURCHFIELD PENNEY ART CENTER opening FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016 from 5-11PM.
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  • Oct 4th 2016

    BOOK LAUNCH & READINGS BY ANNETTE DANIELS TAYLOR AND LISA A. FORREST at Burchfield Penney Art Center

    Join Annette Daniels Taylor, a Schomburg fellow with the University at Buffalo’s Department of Media Study for her book launch Street Pharmacist and other poetic tales at Burchfield Penney Art Center.

    Sunday, October 9, 2016, 2 pm FREE open to the public

    Burchfield Penney Art Center 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo,NY 14222

    Can you open your heart enough to feel their highs and lows? The stories of youth, whose vulnerability at the hands of the streets can be heart rendering enough, is woven into tender, gritty, honesty in Street Pharmacist and other poetic tales. (more…)

  • Feb 20th 2012

    Anna Scime’s doc screens at Buffalo’s Choices and Challenges

    everybody lives downstream

    Saturday, February 25, 2012, 2–5 pm
    Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Auditorium
    Burchfield Penney Art Center at Buffalo State College
    1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York 14222

    Buffalo’s Choices and Challenges, hosted by the Center for Economic and Policy Studies at Buffalo State College in cooperation with Artvoice, begins on February 25 with a screening of Anna Scime’s film Everyone Lives Downstream (2011), a documentary created as part of Squeaky Wheel’s Channels: Stories from the Niagara Frontier, in partnership with Riverkeeper. The film traces the roots of today’s Army Corps of Engineers dredging project on the Buffalo River. More info.

  • Mar 29th 2010

    Food & Emerging Media Speaker Series continues April 1st

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    The Food and Emerging Media Speaker Series is picking back up with a talk by Eyebeam Executive Director Amanda McDonald Crowley on THURSDAY, APRIL 1st at 7 pm at the Burchfield Penney Art Center. The talk is free and open to the public – please help spread the word!!! Crowley’s talk is entitled:

    FOOD IN THE CITY

    Amanda will speak about Eyebeam’s Food and Technology Research Group, an initiative for media artists, cooks, environmentalists and food activists to embrace technological innovation and environmental, sustainable and regenerative concerns consistent with green and open source ventures and sustainability.

    Hope to see you all there! See the full schedule here.

    Amanda McDonald Crowley is Executive Director at Eyebeam in New York. She is a cultural worker, curator and facilitator who specialises in creating new media and contemporary art events and programs that encourage cross-disciplinary practice, collaboration and exchange. Amanda was executive producer for ISEA2004, the International Symposium for Electronic Arts 2004, held in Tallinn, Estonia and Helsinki, Finland, and on a cruiser ferry in the Baltic sea. She was Associate Director, Adelaide Festival 2002 cont’d…

  • Jan 21st 2010

    LECTURE ON THE WEATHER: JOHN CAGE IN BUFFALO

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    @ the BURCHFIELD PENNEY ART CENTER
    January 23 – February 14, 2010
    In the East Gallery and Project Space

    Opening Celebration:
    Friday, January 22, 2010 from 5:30-8:30pm

    Featuring, among others, work and performances by Media Study’s Tony Conrad and Elliot Caplan.

    This continuous 23-day performance of sound, music, film and lectures composed and performed by those who studied with, were influenced by or knew the composer during his 30+ visits to Buffalo from 1966-1991. The ongoing art happening with its choreographed interplay of live and taped performances transforms the cavernous East Gallery.

    Download the 23-day performance schedule

    with works by: John Cage, Michael Basinski, John Bacon, Brian Milbrand, Andrew Deutsch, Kyle Price, J.T. Rinker, Tom Kostusiak, Jeff Proctor, John Toth, Bill Sack, David Lampe, Peter Ramos, Michael Colquhoun, Elliot Caplan, David Felder, Bohuslav Martinu, Jacob Druckman, Eric Satie, and Ron Ehmke.

    with performances by: A Musical Feast, Bugallo/Williams Duo, Bufffluxus, Buffalo State College Percussion Ensemble, Michael Basinski, John Bacon, Brian Milbrand, Andrew Deutsch, Kyle Price, J.T. Rinker,Tom Kostusiak, David Lampe, Ed Cardoni, Tony Conrad, Peter Ramos, Brad Fuster, Don Metz, Bill Sack, Ron Ehmke, Jeff Proctor, Michael Miskuly, Diane Williams, Jan Williams, Pam Swarts, Alan Kryszak, Michael Colquhoun, Daniel Darnley, Peter Evans, Jacob Frasier, Xiaohang Li, Mathew Tate,Cris Fritton, Jeannie Hoag, Mike Mahoney, Holly Meldard, and Steve Zultanski.

  • Aug 11th 2009

    Brunelleschi: A multi-media installation by Tony Conrad

    tony conrad's brunelleschi

    Media Study professor Tony Conrad’s multi-media installation Brunelleschi opens this Friday at the Burchfield Penney Art Center

    Opening Celebration August 14, 2009
    On View from August 14 to January 3, 2010 in the Project Space

    Here’s a recent interview with Tony on Frieze.