Talks & Lectures, Performing & Visual Arts, College of Arts and Letters
23 Mar 2021
Zoom

Artist Lecture: Margaret Schedel with Brian Smith, Rob Cosgrove, and Nick Hwang

Visual Art & Technology Lecture Series

Margaret Schedel with Brian Smith, Rob Cosgrove, and Nick Hwang will deliver their lecture online via Zoom on March 23 at 5 p.m.

About the Artist

With an interdisciplinary career blending classical training in cello and composition, sound/audio data research, and innovative computational arts education, Margaret Anne Schedel transcends the boundaries of disparate fields to produce integrated work at the nexus of computation and the arts.

Brian Smith is a musician, writer, and artist interested in exploring cultural practices, social forces, and technology through the medium of sound.

Rob Cosgrove is a percussionist, composer, and artist with a practice focused on experimental music and sound.

Nick Hwang is a composer and sonic artist whose work explores connections in art, technology, and interaction.

Their joint project Rhumb-Line: Sound Mapping with/in the Acousmatic Image is available online.

About Visual Arts & Technology at Stevens

Led by an accomplished faculty, students contemplate the theories and inquiries that have defined art through the ages, all the while forging the expertise needed to land industry jobs. Creativity, critique, and collaboration define the classroom, and students are encouraged to explore the intersections of their imaginations and the latest technologies. After a rigorous first-year foundations curriculum, Visual Arts and Technology students complete a concentration in design, creative computation, game design, or moving image as well as a range of electives including virtual reality, physical computing, and art history. Graduates often go on to work in a range of creative fields, including media, production, design, game design, advertising, and marketing.

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