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Grant Award Release: Columbia College Center for Paper and Book Arts – Expanded Artists Books – PI – “Rain/fall: an augmented reality artist’s book and ipad app.”

Release: The non-I protects the I, Soho20 Gallery, NY, NY

Review: Jessica Dawson, “They’ve Made a Mockery of the Color School,” The Washington Post, May 23, 2007

Radio Interview: Russell Panczenko, Director of the Chazen Museum of Art

::: CV

Education

MFA 2008 New Genres University of Maryland, College Park

BFA 2004 Sculpture University of South Florida

Professional Experience

2011 – present

Assistant Professor of Digital Foundations, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2008 – 2011

Assistant in Art – Digital Foundations and Design, Florida State University

Courses Taught: Computational Design, Digital Design and Fabrication, Digital Foundations, BFA Design Seminar, Creative Web, Graphic Design 1

2006 – 2008

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland, College Park

Courses Taught: Advanced Interactive Digital Practices, Introduction to Electronic Media, Drawing 1, Drawing 2, 2-D Design Fundamentals

Exhibition Record

2015

“Threaded in a voice.” Evergreen Museum and Library, Baltimore, MD. Curated by James Archer Abbot.

“Re-riding History.” Curated by John Hitchcock, Emily Arthur, and Marwin Begaye.
Jan – 2015 – Crisp-Ellert Art Museum Flagler College
March 2015 – Wright Museum of Art Beloit College
April 2015 – The A.D. Gallery University of North Carolina – Pembroke

2014

An Evening with Progress Gardens. Curated by Leah Kolb, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.

Rootings: The Knowledge Project. Collateral event to the Kochi Biennial, Kerala province, India. Curated by Tricia Van Eck

A Curiosity Cabinet on Authorship, Property and Ownership, Museum of Applied Arts (MAK), Vienna, Austria

“Ossuary”, curated by Laurie Beth Clark, Herron Gallery of IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN

Under the Influence: Reverberations of the Washington Color School, Regina Salve Gallery, Catholic University, Washington, DC

Under the Influence: Reverberations of the Washington Color School, Brookland CUA metro art space, Washington, DC

It’s About Time: a working person’s workbook, The Press at Columbia College, Boulder, CO

PAR Gardens: outdoor installation, Cincinnati, OH

Inter|Active, Madison Public Library, Madison, WI

2013

Ossuary, curated by Laurie Beth Clark, University of tennessee downtown Gallery, Knoxville, TN

Vogelfrei: CityGarten 10, International Forest Art Center, Darmstadt, Germany

Transplantation (on the lawn), Burren College of Art, Site Specific Installation, Co. Clare, Ireland

2012

Screenplay, Mendenhall Center Art Gallery, Eastern Carolina University, Greenville, NC

Traps, SPACE 1026, Philadelphia, PA (video screening)

Compendium, The Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, WI

The non-I protects the I, Soho20 Gallery, NY, NY

2011

Movement 2: Factory Square Fine Arts Festival, Cincinnati, OH

Visualizing Difference: Birds of a Feather, Hartnett Gallery, Rochester, NY

Postconceptualism, The Union Gallery, College Park, MD

Meg Mitchell and Kevin Jones, 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL

2010

Wild Culture: Ecological Perspectives, Roy C. Moore Art Gallery, Gainesville State College, Gainesville, GA

*Meg Mitchell, Harris House Gallery, Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Symrna Beach, FL

Beyond Audubon, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL

Grey Matter, Tempus Projects, Tampa, FL

The White Show, Hausman Millworks Gallery, San Antonio, TX

FSU Faculty Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL

2009

The White Show, Signs of Life Gallery, Lawrence, KS

Dead/Live Video Festival, Pozen Art Center, Massachusetts College Of Art, Boston, MA

*Meg Mitchell: Embodied Transcendence, Greenbelt Art Center, Greenbelt, MD

FSU Faculty Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL

Satellites: Lights on Tampa, City of Tampa Public Art Commission, Tampa, FL

2008

Picturing Politics 2008: Artists Speak to Power, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, VA

Academy 2008, Conner Contemporary Art, Washington, D.C.

MFA 2008: MFA Thesis Exhibition, The Art Gallery at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD

2007

*Ian and Jan: The Washington Body School, D.C. Art Center, Washington, D.C.

Exhibition Advisors: Rex Weil & Central Intelligence Art

Ian and Jan was produced in collaboration with Jeffry Cudlin

Midpoint, The Union Gallery, College Park, MD

The Transmodern Age Performance Festival, Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD

Ian and Jan, The 14 Karat Cabaret, Baltimore, MD (live performance)

Yarns form the Material World, Cubicle Ten, Baltimore, MD

2006

Lands of Freedom, Generator Projects, Dundee, Scotland

Definite Limits, Visual Art Studio, Richmond, VA

Martin and Lewis, The Whole Gallery, Baltimore, MD

Ian and Jan, 14 Karat Cabaret, Baltimore, MD (screening)

2004

*Meg Mitchell: Surfacing, Covivant Gallery, Tampa, FL

*Meg Mitchell: Reaction(airy), Centre Gallery, Tampa, FL

USF Juried Student Art Exhibition, Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL

Juror: Allan McCollum, visiting associate professor, Massachusetts Institute of  TechnologyGala Corina – Ser Libre, Tampa, FL with the Slapdown! performance troupe

2003

USF Juried Student Art Exhibition, Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL

Carry On, Covivant Gallery, Tampa, FL

The Industrial Carnival, Tampa, FL with the Slapdown! performance troupe

Miami Now, Edge Zones: World Arts Building, Miami, FL with the Slapdown! performance troupe

Juror: Elyse Goldberg, director, James Cohan Gallery

Gala Corina – Milagro, Tampa FL

2002

Object Me, Covivant Gallery , Tampa, FL

Grants / Awards

2012 Columbia College Center for Paper and Book Arts – Expanded Artists Books –

2012 UW Graduate School Fall Competition – Individual Proposal – “The Mobile Salad Response Unit” Towards an Ecological Aesthetic”

2011 UW Graduate School Fall Competition – Individual – “Growing the Data Stream: PI – “Rain/fall: an augmented reality artist’s book and ipad app.”

2011 UW Graduate School Fall Competition – Multidisciplinary – “Towards a co-laboratory for the art and science of information.” Benjamin Recht, Meg Mitchell, Stephen Hilyard.

2010 Florida State University Council on Research and Creativity, Committee onResearch and Creativity, Arts and Humanities Program Enhancement AHPEG Grant, “Embodying Experience: From Calligraphy to Code”

2010 – Co-Principal Investigator: Florida State University Council on Research and Creativity, Arts and Humanities Program Enhancement AHPEG Grant, “Embodying Experience: From Calligraphy to Code”

2010 – Principal Investigator: Florida State University Council on Research and Creativity, Committee on Faculty Research Summer Awards COFRS Grant, “Representing Difference Through Embodied Data”

2010 – Integrative Teaching ThinkTank Fellowship

2008 – Principal Investigatior: Florida State University Research Foundation, Equipment and Infrastructure Enhancement Grant, “A 3D Scanner and Laser Cutter for a Form Physicalization Lab for Creative Research (formLab)”

2004 – James Rosenquist Materials Award

Visiting Artist Lectures

April 2013 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Department of Contemporary

Jan 2011 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY

November 2010 Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

April 2010 Armstrong Institute of Interactive Media Studies, Miami University, Oxford, OH

March 2010 School of Art and Art History, University of South Florida Practices, Chicago, IL

Conferences

April 2013

Panelist – “Contemporary Craft and Digital Design: New Roles for Foundation Programs

Panel Presentation: “Rethinking digital media through the craft of “the hack”: Interfacing foundations education with the community makerspace/hackerspace”, FATE (Foundations, Art, Theory, and Education) Conference, Savannah, GA

October 2012

Panel Chair – “Digital Humanities: Merging New Media with Art School

Panel Chair – “Digital Humanities: Merging New Media with Art School Traditions” – Mid America College Art Association, Detroit, MI

October 2010

4th Annual Upgrade! International “SoftBorders” Conference, Sao Paolo, Brazil, Paper (author) “Representing Difference through Embodied Data”

June 2010

ThinkTank6, Integrative Teaching International, Paper (co-author): “Design as Social Practice: Laying a Foundation”

April 2009

“Data Visualization in the Processing Development Environment: From Art to Computer Science and Back Again.” NSF CPATH Workshop: Revitalizing Computer Science Education Through the Science of Digital Media, Jennifer Burg & Conrad Gleber, Principal Investigators.

Bibliography

August 2013 – Impact 8 – Dundee, Scotland – “Artists’ Publishing Network: A Collaborative Proposal” Steve Woodall, Director for the Center for Paper and Book Arts discussed my upcoming project Rain/fall at this panel.

Jan 2014 – Scott Gordon, “We took it, or it took us.” Arts Extract Podcast, Madison , WI.

Jan 2014 – WORT, 8 o’clock buzz, Meg Mitchell guest appearance to promote “Careless Whispers for Plants” at the Madison Public Library.

Feb, 2014 – Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference, Book fair. Steve Woodall, director of the Center for Paper and Book Arts promoted our project “Rain/fall” as an in progress pre-release project.

Andrew Kozlowski, “Picturing Politics” Art Papers, September/October, 2008

J.W. Mahoney, “Report from Washington D.C.: To a Different Drum” Art in America, May, 2008

 

Kriston Capps, “There’s a Party Over Here?” The Washington City Paper, Dec 26, 2007

Jessica Dawson, “They’ve Made a Mockery of the Color School,” The Washington Post, May 23, 2007

Kriston Capps, “Ian and Jan: The Undiscovered Duo,” The Washington City Paper, May 24, 2007

Brett McCabe, “Straight Not: Artists Collaborate for Laffs,” Baltimore City Paper, August 09, 2006

JoElen Schilke, “Art in your Ear” Radio Review, WMNF, April 2003