Advisory Committee Chair
Robertransick.is an artist, designer and educator having shown work at Eyebeam, Exit Art, Storefront for Art and Architecture, The New Museum, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome, Italy, and in far-flung places such as the border of the United States and Mexico, old school classrooms and public plazas. He has received funding from Franklin Furnace, the Mellon Foundation, the Boomerang Fund for Artists and the National Performance Network/Visual Artists Network. He has collaborated with Creative Time, the Center for Artistic Activism, the Aperture Foundation, and Blind Spot. Alongside his work as an artist, he has held the position of director at both the computing and photography departments at The New School for Social Research in New York. He is currently the Director of the Art and Entrepreneurship program at Bennington College’s Elizabeth Coleman Center for the Advancement of Public Action (CAPA). He holds a BFA in Photography, with honors, from the School of Visual Arts, an MA in Media Studies from the New School for Social Research and an MBA in Sustainability from Bard College.
Kathleen O’Grady is a civic volunteer, philanthropist and art collector.
From 1999 to 2001, she and her late husband, Tom O’Grady, served as Co-Chairs of the St. Martin’s University library campaign. Ms. O’Grady is also a member of the Board of Trustees.
Zicarelli的首要工作一直在开发音乐家，艺术家和发明者的最大视觉编程环境。20世纪90年代末，他创立了骑自行车的74，以支持最大的发展和分配。该公司现在在七个不同国家雇用大约30人，所有这些都会远程工作。对于Zicarelli和他的同事，Cycling'74是一家软件公司和用于探索分布式工作，个人发展和文化影响的相互关联挑战的车辆。Zicarelli在Ircam，Gibson Guitar和AT＆T开发了软件，并成为Bennington College和西北大学的访问教师。BA，BENINGTON学院;斯坦福大学博士。他回到了Bennington，作为2019年秋季的访问教职员。
Kaizar Campwala是Al Jazeera Digital的企业家宿舍，已帮助启动和建造几种数字媒体风险。在启动Jetty之前，他为Al Jazeera的新音频品牌，他共同创立了Cangatters，萨克拉门托的议院报告组织，并领先独立的独立移动播客应用程序的拼图业务发展和伙伴关系团队。Kaizar目前是旧金山公共媒体的董事会成员，以及媒体加速器的导师。他有一个A.B.从棕色大学，来自加州大学格的MBA。
在数据分析，产品开发和向非营利组织提供营销指导下，Ching热衷于利用她的专业知识来帮助非营利计划通过技术通过数据和规模影响优化影响。澳门金莎备用网址Ching目前在Spotify担任AI / ML音频研究实验室的产品经理，以创建研究驱动的产品。在她的日子工作之外，Ching喜欢成为她的Jindo / Shiba小狗的狗妈妈，并练习Ikebana花卉设计的艺术。
Powell Macdougall.founded p|m Gallery in 2004 to support bringing work by emerging and mid-career artists to the international arena through solid programming, exhibition exchanges, an annual curatorial residency programme and participation in international art fairs. In its first year, the gallery was invited to participate in New Territories at ARCO Madrid – a curated selection of galleries from Canada organized by David Liss, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. Prior to establishing p|m Gallery, Powell gained extensive experience in museums and the commercial art world, where she honed her ability to develop Canadian artists within the international scene, and vice versa.
This curriculum originated during Bill’s tenure as the Executive Director of the Center for Design and Business at RISD (2006-2008). The Center helped business, educational institutions and government entities set up and manage collaborative design research projects with RISD students, faculty and alumni.
Bill has over twenty years of experience in strategic planning, people development, marketing and finance in both high-tech and consumer companies where he has successfully identified, communicated and implemented new business concepts and initiatives, led organizational change, built strategic partner relationships and led creative processes.
Bill has been on the executive team of several small start-ups, including MTI Group Holdings and Context Media. Prior to joining these firms, he was a strategy consultant at Telesis, a division of Towers Perrin. Bill’s experience also includes consumer product marketing at Gillette and investment banking at Morgan Stanley.
Kamal.Sinclair., is making the world more beautiful as the Executive Director of the Guild of Future Architects, supporting independent artists as a Senior Consultant for Sundance Institute’s Future of Culture Initiative, and makes art through a family creative practice atSinclair.Futures. Previously, she served as the Director of Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Labs Program, which supports artists working at the convergence of film, art, media and technology; and as an artist and producer on Question Bridge: Black Males.
Laura Raicovich is dedicated to art and artistic production that relies on complexity, poetics, and care to create a more engaged and equitable civic realm. She is currently working on a book about museums, cultural institutions, and the myth of neutrality (Verso, 2020), and is the recipient of both the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Fellowship and the inaugural Emily H. Tremaine Journalism Fellowship for Curators at Hyperallergic.
Matt is a writer, technologist and communications leader, with roots in the technology, art and electronic music communities in the Pacific Northwest. He currently works in communications at Microsoft Research.