My experience as an instructor includes the development, delivery and supervision of courses in art, design, history and theory for disciplinary and interdisciplinary settings, from early undergraduate to advanced graduate levels. I’ve also led one-time workshops and intensives at multiple institutions on such subjects as sound installation, digital imaging and mapping.
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- Introduction to New Media
- Design for Social Media
- Image Practice
- Time Arts 1 + 2
- Interaction 1 + 2
- Foundation Design: Communication
- Making and Meaning – with Conrad Bakker
- Creative Problem Solving – with Paul Wittenbraker
- Intermediate and Advanced Studio – with Melissa Pokorny, Patrick Hammie
- Arts, Creativity and Diversity – with Ned O’Gorman
Advanced Courses and Seminars:
- Graduate Studio
- Methods and Criticism
- Immateriality – with Conrad Bakker
- Contemporary Art Issues
- Examining Utopias: the Kabakovs’ Palace of Projects – with the Kabakovs and Jonathan Fineberg
- Mobile Mapping for Everyday Spaces – with Piotr Adamczyk, M. Simon Levin and Laurie Long
- Memory Palaces: Computing and History in the Built Environment – with Piotr Adamczyk
- Learning to See Systems: an ongoing interdisciplinary research and educational effort for graduate students in the Humanities at Illinois
- How Artists Learn – slideshow explaining some origins and transformations in modern art education.
- New Media in One Minute – explaining New Media as a field to college freshmen.
- Workshop on collaboration and site work conducted at Cornell University in 2010.
- A few old posts on the state of Art and Education in a Research University /one / two / three / four
- Lastly, here’s a group of my students contributing a reading of Todd Colby’s CAKE to Kenny G’s radio show on WFMU back in 2006.