Primate Art Exhibits at the Joint Meeting of
IPS/ASP in Chicago, August 2016
We are very excited to announce that several exhibits of primate art will be included at the Joint Meeting of IPS/ASP at Chicago’s Navy Pier in August 2016. At least four significant exhibitions will be available for viewing throughout the meeting, in addition to a Nonhuman Primate Tattoo contest.
Primates: The Jean Baulu Collection of Antique Prints.
Sponsor: The Barbados Primate Research Center and Wildlife Reserve.
Jean Baulu will display approximately 100 framed, curated prints from his collection of over 2,500 antique originals. Parts of his collection were displayed at the 1992 IPS meeting in Strasbourg, France, the 1993 ASP meeting in Sturbridge, MA, and have since also appeared in the American Museum of Natural History in New York, as well as the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and other major museums. He will also be displaying some of his rare books, and will be selling posters and his book in French, as well as a recently translated version in English. This is a must-see exhibit.
Hybridization of Traditional and Digital Rendering Techniques: Primate Field and Pocket Guide Art by Stephen Nash
Stephen Nash will display a number of his plates from the Handbook of Mammals of the World, Volume 3: Primates (2013). The exhibit will include artwork in traditional media as well as digital images, and will highlight the process of converting originals to digital plates for Field and Pocket Guides. You do not want to miss this exhibit.
Primates in Nature: Works by Dao Van Hoang for IPS/ASP 2016
Dao Van Hoang will exhibit his newest collection of paintings for the Joint Meeting. His work has been enthusiastically received at the most recent meetings of IPS (2014 in Hanoi, Vietnam), ASP (2015 in Bend, Oregon, USA), and the European Federation for Primatology (2015 in Rome, Italy). We are eagerly anticipating his next set of paintings.
Art by Charity: Primate Works by Charity Oetgen, Creative Conservationist
Charity Oetgen will be showcasing original paintings created especially for the Joint Meeting. Her work was highly praised at the first annual Great Ape Summit (Jackson Hole, WY 2013). She has since been commissioned by GRASP for multiple publications, as well as foundations like the Jane Goodall Institute and Friends of Bonobos for various fundraising campaigns. We are also excited to say that a portion of sales from all her paintings and merchandise will be donated to IPS.
Nonhuman Primate Tattoos: A Contest for You
Joint Meeting attendees are encouraged to enter their personal Nonhuman Primate Tattoos (NPT) into this contest benefiting primate conservation. All interested participants will pay a small fee (per tattoo) to enter their NPT in the contest. High-quality digital images will be sent to contest organizers for display at the meeting. All meeting attendees will ‘judge’ tattoos by placing tickets (= votes) in the receptacles associated with each tattoo image. The tattoos that receive the most tickets (votes) will be displayed ‘live’ (if appropriate) to win 1) recognition as the Best Nonhuman Primate Tattoo of 2016 and 2) cash prizes. Remaining funds will be contributed to primate conservation. Additional information and instructions to follow.
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