Submerge! NYC MARINE SCIENCE FESTIVAL October 5th

  I will be presenting the receipe book for the ultimate sustainable oyster reef along with Amy Lipton curator from ecoart space http://ecoartspace.blogspot.com Hudson River Park presents Submerge! – NYC Marine Science Festival, a day devoted to bringing awareness to NYC’s coastal waterways. This day-long festival is presented in partnership with the New York Hall […]

DUMBO ARTS FESTIVAL Sept 27th-28th

    I will be having an Open Studio as part of the DUMBO Arts Festival Sept 27th and 28th from 12pm -6pm 10 Jay St Suite 620 (6th floor) (corner of John and Jay St) Brooklyn, NY 11201 Description” I traveled the globe collecting microscopic plankton and even in the most remote place found […]

“Apresentando” Sept 3 – Oct 4 at São Paulo’s Galeria Virgilio

  Bust of bust of Gallerist Kai Matusmiya by Mara G. Haseltine above Apresentando: a Ten-Part Series of Shows Created In Partnership with New York’s Top Lower East Side Galleries Apresentando: Tai Ogawa is the first in a ten-part series of solo exhibitions of some of the most interesting artists showing work in the galleries […]

Vesalius Continuum in Zakynthos Greece Sept 4th-8th 2014

Partial reconstruction of Andreas Vesalius’ bust by Pascale Pollier 2014 I will participate in an exhibition and lecture series this September in Zakynthos Greece where Andreas Vesalius 1514-1564. a Belgian and “the Grandfather” of human anatomy perished 450 years ago in a ship wreck. The Grand Opening will be the exhibition to be held in Greece, […]

Feature on NPR's Science Friday: The Perils of Plankton

Head over to NPR's Science Friday to read an interview and feature on Mara entitled “The Perils Of Plank order cialis online no prescription ton”!  Here's the link: http://sciencefriday.com/blogs/05/17/2013/the-perils-of-plankton.html?series=20 zp8497586rq

Interview with The Scientist

Recent interview with The Scientist after Haseltine's first solo show in NYC at the agnès b gallery in SoHo. Congratulations Mara!

Interview Released by Imagine Science Films

Mara G. Haseltine, artist in residence at Imagine Science Films, discusses her most recent work in this short profile piece filmed by Alexis Gambis from Imagine Science Films. Set in her DUMBO studio, she explains the discovery of plankton samples intwined with plastic that informed the work La Bohème: A Portrait of our Oceans in […]

Screening of Shellshocked at the American Museum of Natural History, March 10th

On Sunday March 10th, there will be a screening at the Museum of Natural History of Shellshocked, a documentary film directed by Emily Driscoll in which Mara G. Haseltine is featured. The film chronicles the current NYC oyster movement and the history of oysters in th assignments help e region. The screening will begin at […]

Plankton

Over the past three years, I have collected plankton from all over the planet, using both some very rustic and more sophisticated microscopy. Thanks to Emmanuel Reynaud from UCD. Some of these images were taken at an artist-in-residency that I had in Dublin.

ECAD 2013!

We just had our annual dinner at the Explorer’s Club this past weekend at the Waldorf Astoria in NYC!  I was the guest of a great Heroine of mine Faanya Rose, female President of the Explorer’s Club! It was so much fun! Mara Daniel Billy and Faanya Rose Mara with Harvard’s Allen Counter H’orderves Mara […]

End of Pier 40

The end of Pier 40 on March 16th…still looks like Hurricane Sandy was just here. natural skin care zp8497586rq

The Siene Is Alive!

I am back on Tara Oceans no matter city or spot it is one of my most favorite places in the world. As I re-enter the main cabin the sounds of the engine room and smells of fresh baked bread flood my memory and I am unable to suppress my desire to capture plankton! Plankton, […]