Friday, March 4, 2011

FACULTY NEWS: Movers and Shakers

Lia Halloran, assistant professor, Department of Art, Wilkinson College, had artwork included in the exhibition “Universe City” at Cal State Los Angeles, Jan. 29-Feb. 26. Halloran was also one of the presenters for X-TRA/ LACMA, 1IMAGE/ 1MINUTE event on Friday January 28th for the Los Angeles Art Fair based on X-TRA column by Micol Hebron.

Kerk F. Kee, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Communication Studies, Wilkinson College, published: The dialectical tensions in the funding infrastructure of cyberinfrastructure. Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 19(3), 283-308; and Cyberinfrastructure inside out: Definitions and influences shaping its emergence, development, and implementation In D. Araya, Y. Breindl & T. Houghton (Eds.), Nexus: New intersections in Internet research (pp. 157-189). New York: Peter Lang.

Alexandro Segade, assistant professor, Department of Art, Wilkinson College, and his performance art group, My Barbarian, led a workshop and perform Post-Living Ante-Action Theater, an original performance form developed by the company, which evolves from their own interdisciplinary practice as well as two avant-garde collectives of the 1960′s — New York’s Living Theatre and Munich’s Action-Theater at The 32nd Rhubarb Festival, a major performance art festival in Toronto Feb. 16-20. This interdisciplinary performance was co-presented with The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, in partnership with b current, Cahoots Theatre Company, fu-GEN Theatre, Native Earth Performing Arts and The Graduate Centre for Study of Drama at University of Toronto.

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