Bring in old electronics for free recycling on Tuesday, April 17 from 3p-6p. Students from The Movement will be set up outside of the South Parking Garage to receive items like batteries, old cellphones, and computers. Free giveaways to the first 100 recyclers!
Milieu Exterior: Translations of an Immediate Environment
Group Exhibition of Environmentally Themed Digital Art presented by the Center for Simulation, Visualization, and Real Time Prediction
Thursday, April 19, 2012
6:00p – 7:00p Advanced Visualization Lab – MS Building 1.03.06
Over the last century as industrial progress has peaked production on many fronts, scientists are beginning to speculate on the limited level of natural resources available for our unlimited potential.
As part of UTSA’s Earth Week events, Milieu Exterior: Translations of an Immediate Environment brings together a combination of artists who present their reaction to these issues in several ways.
- Francesca Samsel is inspired by the need to provide a deeper understanding of environmental science to a more informed public audience.
- Sabra Booth shows “Slick”, an animated short that satirizes the impact of the 2010 BP oil spill on the Gulf Coast. The animation uses actual events but also creates potential fantastic outcomes.
- UTSA Professor, Jayne Lawrence uses subtle imagery to represent our physical selves and the environment that we construct for ourselves to inhabit.
- UTSA student, Jennifer Kennedy alters common industrial environments to blur the difference between purpose and visceral self-expression.
Check out the film trailers for the Green Film Series at the Main and Downtown Campuses!
Monday, April 16, 2012
6p – Main Campus, Sombrilla
Revenge of the Electric Car
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
6p – Downtown Campus, Monterey Building Gallery