News2017-10-17T15:25:47+00:00

“ARTIST AT SEA” TRAVELING EXHIBITION AT AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC

Opening March 1 thru April 30th
“Artist at Sea” Traveling exhibition sponsored by Schmidt Ocean Institute
Aquarium of the Pacific

Long Beach, California 90802

Work created on the Falkor Research Vessel continues to travel in 2018 following exhibitions at venues including the Bishop Museum (HI), Portland Convention Center, San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival (CA), Monterrey Bay Research Institute, and America’s Cup in Bermuda.
Rutstein gave a talk on her work at Schmidt Ocean Institute’s “Sail Newport” exhibition opening in October, 2017. Photo by Silken Photography

UPCOMING DJERRASI RESIDENCY / WORKSHOP

Rutstein is invited to a second art/science workshop on Ocean Memory at the Djerassi
Resident Artists Program, March 4-10, 2018. This workshop is funded by the National
Academy of Sciences / Keck Futures Initiative.
Since its inception in 1979, the Djerassi Program has hosted over 2300 artists and scientists
for residencies on a rustic and remote landscape in Northern California.
http://djerassi.org/
 

Rebecca Rutstein Works Acquired by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum

Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia is pleased to announce that The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum has added two Rebecca Rutstein works from 2017 to their collection. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is a museum and art school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1805 and is the first and oldest art museum and art school in the United States. Bridgette Mayer commented: “Rebecca and I are thrilled to have her works grace the collection of PAFA’s museum and be able to be shared by a broader audience. Rebecca has been working and exhibiting in Philadelphia and beyond for twenty years and this is a very exciting moment for her.” For more information on Rutstein’s work please visit www.bridgettemayergallery.com

Artist/Scientist Collaborative Workshop on San Juan Island, WA

Funded by the National Academies Keck Futures Initiative

Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of Washington, Sept 19 – 25, 2017

Rutstein is invited to be a participant in an Artist/Scientist Collaborative Workshop called “Ocean Memory” at University of Washington’s, Friday Harbor Laboratories, on San Juan Island off the Pacific Coast.  

The collective goal will be to reach across wildly divergent scientific and artistic practices to broaden understanding and awareness of all ways in which the ocean, especially the deep ocean, may retain and express memory.

The program has been developed by:

Tim Broderick / Wright State Research Institute
Daniel Kohn / Artist, Kohn Workshop
Alyson Santoro / Marine Microbiology, University of California at Santa Barbara
Jody Deming / Marine Microbiology, University of Washington
Margot Knight / Director, Djerassi Artist Residency

NY Hall of Science, New York, NY

“Ocean” Exhibition

Sept 16, 2017 – Feb 28, 2018

Opening reception, Sun Oct 1, 3-5pm

This international exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc., asks artists and scientists to help create a new public perception of OCEAN by sharing creative visions of our deep connections to her, the health issues she faces and/or possible solutions, and feelings she inspires in us.

Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI

Artist at Sea: Traveling Exhibition with Schmidt Ocean Institute

August 29–September 29, 2017

Work created on the Falkor Research Vessel is on view at the Bishop Museum following exhibitions at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival, Monterrey Bay Aquarium, and America’s Cup in Bermuda. The exhibition will continue to Newport, Rhode Island in October, and then to Scripps Ocean Institute in San Diego.

https://www.bishopmuseum.org/artists-at-sea/

 

“ARTIST AT SEA” TRAVELING EXHIBITION AT AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC

Opening March 1 thru April 30th
“Artist at Sea” Traveling exhibition sponsored by Schmidt Ocean Institute
Aquarium of the Pacific

Long Beach, California 90802

Work created on the Falkor Research Vessel continues to travel in 2018 following exhibitions at venues including the Bishop Museum (HI), Portland Convention Center, San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival (CA), Monterrey Bay Research Institute, and America’s Cup in Bermuda.
Rutstein gave a talk on her work at Schmidt Ocean Institute’s “Sail Newport” exhibition opening in October, 2017. Photo by Silken Photography

UPCOMING DJERRASI RESIDENCY / WORKSHOP

Rutstein is invited to a second art/science workshop on Ocean Memory at the Djerassi
Resident Artists Program, March 4-10, 2018. This workshop is funded by the National
Academy of Sciences / Keck Futures Initiative.
Since its inception in 1979, the Djerassi Program has hosted over 2300 artists and scientists
for residencies on a rustic and remote landscape in Northern California.
http://djerassi.org/
 

Rebecca Rutstein Works Acquired by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum

Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia is pleased to announce that The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum has added two Rebecca Rutstein works from 2017 to their collection. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is a museum and art school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1805 and is the first and oldest art museum and art school in the United States. Bridgette Mayer commented: “Rebecca and I are thrilled to have her works grace the collection of PAFA’s museum and be able to be shared by a broader audience. Rebecca has been working and exhibiting in Philadelphia and beyond for twenty years and this is a very exciting moment for her.” For more information on Rutstein’s work please visit www.bridgettemayergallery.com

Artist/Scientist Collaborative Workshop on San Juan Island, WA

Funded by the National Academies Keck Futures Initiative

Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of Washington, Sept 19 – 25, 2017

Rutstein is invited to be a participant in an Artist/Scientist Collaborative Workshop called “Ocean Memory” at University of Washington’s, Friday Harbor Laboratories, on San Juan Island off the Pacific Coast.  

The collective goal will be to reach across wildly divergent scientific and artistic practices to broaden understanding and awareness of all ways in which the ocean, especially the deep ocean, may retain and express memory.

The program has been developed by:

Tim Broderick / Wright State Research Institute
Daniel Kohn / Artist, Kohn Workshop
Alyson Santoro / Marine Microbiology, University of California at Santa Barbara
Jody Deming / Marine Microbiology, University of Washington
Margot Knight / Director, Djerassi Artist Residency

NY Hall of Science, New York, NY

“Ocean” Exhibition

Sept 16, 2017 – Feb 28, 2018

Opening reception, Sun Oct 1, 3-5pm

This international exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc., asks artists and scientists to help create a new public perception of OCEAN by sharing creative visions of our deep connections to her, the health issues she faces and/or possible solutions, and feelings she inspires in us.

Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI

Artist at Sea: Traveling Exhibition with Schmidt Ocean Institute

August 29–September 29, 2017

Work created on the Falkor Research Vessel is on view at the Bishop Museum following exhibitions at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival, Monterrey Bay Aquarium, and America’s Cup in Bermuda. The exhibition will continue to Newport, Rhode Island in October, and then to Scripps Ocean Institute in San Diego.

https://www.bishopmuseum.org/artists-at-sea/

 

“ARTIST AT SEA” TRAVELING EXHIBITION AT AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC

Opening March 1 thru April 30th
“Artist at Sea” Traveling exhibition sponsored by Schmidt Ocean Institute
Aquarium of the Pacific

Long Beach, California 90802

Work created on the Falkor Research Vessel continues to travel in 2018 following exhibitions at venues including the Bishop Museum (HI), Portland Convention Center, San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival (CA), Monterrey Bay Research Institute, and America’s Cup in Bermuda.
Rutstein gave a talk on her work at Schmidt Ocean Institute’s “Sail Newport” exhibition opening in October, 2017. Photo by Silken Photography

UPCOMING DJERRASI RESIDENCY / WORKSHOP

Rutstein is invited to a second art/science workshop on Ocean Memory at the Djerassi
Resident Artists Program, March 4-10, 2018. This workshop is funded by the National
Academy of Sciences / Keck Futures Initiative.
Since its inception in 1979, the Djerassi Program has hosted over 2300 artists and scientists
for residencies on a rustic and remote landscape in Northern California.
http://djerassi.org/
 

Rebecca Rutstein Works Acquired by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum

Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia is pleased to announce that The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum has added two Rebecca Rutstein works from 2017 to their collection. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is a museum and art school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1805 and is the first and oldest art museum and art school in the United States. Bridgette Mayer commented: “Rebecca and I are thrilled to have her works grace the collection of PAFA’s museum and be able to be shared by a broader audience. Rebecca has been working and exhibiting in Philadelphia and beyond for twenty years and this is a very exciting moment for her.” For more information on Rutstein’s work please visit www.bridgettemayergallery.com

Artist/Scientist Collaborative Workshop on San Juan Island, WA

Funded by the National Academies Keck Futures Initiative

Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of Washington, Sept 19 – 25, 2017

Rutstein is invited to be a participant in an Artist/Scientist Collaborative Workshop called “Ocean Memory” at University of Washington’s, Friday Harbor Laboratories, on San Juan Island off the Pacific Coast.  

The collective goal will be to reach across wildly divergent scientific and artistic practices to broaden understanding and awareness of all ways in which the ocean, especially the deep ocean, may retain and express memory.

The program has been developed by:

Tim Broderick / Wright State Research Institute
Daniel Kohn / Artist, Kohn Workshop
Alyson Santoro / Marine Microbiology, University of California at Santa Barbara
Jody Deming / Marine Microbiology, University of Washington
Margot Knight / Director, Djerassi Artist Residency

NY Hall of Science, New York, NY

“Ocean” Exhibition

Sept 16, 2017 – Feb 28, 2018

Opening reception, Sun Oct 1, 3-5pm

This international exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc., asks artists and scientists to help create a new public perception of OCEAN by sharing creative visions of our deep connections to her, the health issues she faces and/or possible solutions, and feelings she inspires in us.

Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI

Artist at Sea: Traveling Exhibition with Schmidt Ocean Institute

August 29–September 29, 2017

Work created on the Falkor Research Vessel is on view at the Bishop Museum following exhibitions at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival, Monterrey Bay Aquarium, and America’s Cup in Bermuda. The exhibition will continue to Newport, Rhode Island in October, and then to Scripps Ocean Institute in San Diego.

https://www.bishopmuseum.org/artists-at-sea/