Hannah Star Rogers is curator, with a special emphasis on the intersection of art & science. For 2021, she is curating a new version of the exhibition Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology, for the University of Pittsburgh which she originally curated for North Carolina State University. Her exhibit Making Science Visible: The Photography of Berenice Abbott, received an exhibits prize from the British Society for the History of Science and resulted in an invited lecture at the Smithsonian Archives of American Art.
She is past Director of Research and Collaboration for Emerge: Artists and Scientists Redesign the Future 2016 and Guest Bioart Curator for Emerge: Frankenstein 2017. She was the Cornell University site curator for Princeton’s traveling exhibit Shadows and Ashes: The Peril of Nuclear Weapons in 2018. Her exhibition, Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic Futures, was hosted at the Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh and sponsored by the NC Science Festival. In 2019, a major multi-site exhibition by the same name was held at the Gregg Museum of Art and Design, the NCMA Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park, the NC State University Libraries galleries. In 2021, Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Critical Methods for Collective Experiments continues at the University of Pittsburgh.
More about the exhibitions at: https://hannahstarrogerscurator.wordpress.com/
Image credit: B. Abbott, Light Through Prism (1958-1961), Cambridge.