Natasha Vita-More

Member Since January 1, 1996


MPhil/PhD Candidate - Planetary Collegium
Masters of Science — University of Houston
Art Masters Program — Academia Bella Arte (Ravenna, Italy)
Bachelors of Fine Arts — University of Memphis
Future Studies — UCLA Extension (Cosmology, Social Science, Futurism)
American Muscle & Fitness Association (Certified Personal Trainer)
American Muscle & Fitness Association (Certified Nutritionist)
Blackstone School of Law — (Paralegal certificate)
University of California Los Angeles — (Technical Writing)
HTML Writers Guild — (Animation Certificate)
Extropy Institute — President, 2000-2005
Transhumanist Arts & Culture — Founder and Director, 1983-2005
World Transhumanist Association — Honorary Vice Chair 2000-2005
Alcor Foundation, Council of Advisors, 1999-2005
Foresight Institute — Senior Associate, 1995-2005
Screen Actors Guild — Actor, 1991-2005
EZTV— Artist of the Month series

Talks & Writings
"Talent for Living: Cracking the Myths of Mortality" - talk presented at Alcor 4th Technology Conference, 2000
Create/Recreate: The 3rd Millennial Culture - book to be published 1997, 2nd Edition 2000
"Sensorial Mix - The Future of the Senses" - talk presented at EXTRO4, Berkeley, California, 1999
"Arts Science Blend" - Panelist, ASCI Conference an Future of Arts and Sciences 1999
"The Future of Gender an d Sexuality" - Panelist, EXTRO3 Conference 1997
"Ageless Thinking" - Resources for Independent Thinking, Oakland, CA 1996
"Reinventing Art - Recreating Reality" Speaker and panelist, EXTRO-2 Conference, Los Angeles, CA 1995
"Future 2000" - Guest Speaker/Futurist 1993
"Art, Music & Entertainment" 1st Japan - America Grassroots Summit , Tokyo, Japan 1991
"Stop The Sledgehammer Headache" - Ladies Home Journal 1995
Hollywood Reporter - Stringer writer 1985-1990
"Challenges for the Future" - Telluride Elementary School 1986
"Space Camp" UCLA Extension - "Fast Forward to the Future" 1985

Selected Art Exhibitions
Primo Posthuman 3M+ Collaboration with Scientific Team 2003
Extropic Art Virtual Gallery, Internet 1998
London Contemporary Museum 1998
The Akus Gallery, New York 1997
Otis Parsons Gallery, Los Angeles 1989
Interview Magazine - Portraits of the Stars 1987
EZTV Media Gallery, Los Angeles 1987
Olympic Arts Festival, Los Angeles 1985
Monument Valley National Park, Arizona 1980
Vorpal Gallery, San Francisco 1980
Kyoto Convention Center, Japan 1979
Memphis Art Academy, Memphis, Tennessee 1979
Zoline/Clark Gallery, Telluride, Colorado 1975-1979
Accademia Belle Arti, Ravenna, Italy1975
Alice Bingham Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee 1970
University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee 1970
Brooks Memorial Museum, Memphis, Tennessee 1970

Selected and Performance Art
The Aesthetics of Memetic Evolution 1998
The Automorpher, Electronic Cafe International and the InfoZone 1996
Spacegirls, Electronic Cafe International 1992
Tin Brain, At Sunset (Tribute to Volker Schloendorff) 1986
Where I Come From, American Film Institute 1983
Liquid Sky, Filmex International Film Festival 1985
Happening Hertzog, Telluride Film Festival (Tribute to Werner Hertzog
and Fitzcarraldo in collaboration with Les Blank) 1982
Sleeping Goddess, Waking Muse, Haleakala Volcano, Maui 1981
Silk Umbrellas, Kyoto, Japan 1980
Night Sky, Navajo I, Memphis Art Academy; Navajo Reservation 1980
Hi-Minds High-Places, Arts & Sciences (Observatory) 1979
Breaking Away, Red Rocks Amphitheater 1979
Green, Amazon Jungle (Mauhaus, Brazil) 1978

Future Institute Award for Web site -, 1998
EZTV — Artist of the Month - February, 1996
United States Film Festival — Selected video, T - And Counting 1993
Interview Magazine — Portrait of Raquel Welch 1988
Women in Video — 2 Women in B&W, Special Recognition 1986
Paris Arts Festival — Invited Guest Artist 1980
Telluride Film Festival — Poster Design 1978
National Endowments for the Arts — Arts & Sciences - Guest Artist 1978
Brooks Memorial Museum — 1st Place semi-national competition 1975


Transhuman UPdate 1987-1999
Host and producer of an educational cable tv show on breakthrough technologies and culture. We take a look at how culture is changing and where it is going. Topics include: Bio-technology, Life Extension, AI and Uploads, Transhumanism, Cyberspace, Cryonics, Space Exploration, World Wide Web and Virtual Communities, Ethics, Future Femmes, Body Sculpting

Film and Video

Tim "Movie of the Week" - starring Candice Bergman, video clip 1996
Timothy Leary in Conversation Producer - Conversation between Timothy Leary, video 1996
Muse of Eternal Life - BBC Documentary, Performed poetry 1997
Blue Pearl - Lead actor, independent film, Marilee Albert, Dir., Shadow Ranch Productions 1996
Flex It - Performance Art, video 1995
T —And Counting, Co-lead actor, video, exhibited at U.S. Environmental Film Festival 1992
2 Women in B&W - Lead actor, video exhibited at Women In Video, 1986
Murphy's Law - Actor, Canon Films, J. Lee Thompson, Dir, 1986
Six Shots - Actor, High Definition, Zoetrope Studios, Francis Ford Coppola, Dir. 1982


The lovely Natasha, artist and body builder!
Geraldo Rivera, The Geraldo Rivera Show

There is something very special about Natasha’s (f/k/a Nancie Clark) art. There is a great clarity — this fine young artist will give people something with which they can live forever. Good luck, Natasha! Fondly, Paul Kohner, Paul Kohner Talent Agency

Your work deserves to be seen by the world. Keep your magic!
Volker Schloendorff, (Academy Award Film Director, The Tin Drum)

You are a catalyst in the virtual salon of ideas.
Dr. Timothy Leary

Natasha Vita-More is an artist with a quality of warmth and depth. She is an artist whose time has arrived.
George Slaff, (Former Mayor of Beverly Hills)

… a woman of strong and magical style …
Warren Beatty, film actor/director

A superhuman object of desire combining Madonna, Schwarzenegger, and Marcel Duchamp.
Matthew DeBord, Atlantic Unbound, contributing editor of Feed

Your head should be preserved!
Christina Ferrera, TV host Home and Family