Katherine Milton
Since 2006
Works in United States of America

BIO
Katherine Milton is Director of the Aesthetic Technologies Lab of Ohio University's College of Fine Arts. She is co-editor (with Dr. Lizbeth Goodman) of a collection of essays and case studies focusing on collaborative practices between artists and technologists entitled "A Guide to Good Practice in Collaborative Working Methods and New Media Tools Creation" (AHDS, 2005). Her workshops focusing on e-learning, and online content delivery strategies have been hosted internationally, with sponsorship from such organizations as the European Commission for the Arts, and the British Council of Morocco. Dr. Milton completed her Ph.D. studies in Educational Media at Arizona State University where she worked extensively at the Institute for Studies in the Arts, under Richard Loveless. Her scholarly works focus on the leadership dynamics, communication, creativity and community in intentional online worlds.
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New Media Residency Opportunity ... The @ Lab


DEADLINE TO APPLY IS SEPTEMBER 4, 2006.

The Aesthetic Technologies Lab of the Ohio University College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce its New Media Residency Program.

We seek to appoint a New Media Artist-in-Residence for each quarter of the upcoming academic year (2006 / 2007).

The @Lab develops and supports artistic projects working at the
intersection of fine arts practice and technological innovation.
Established in 2004 and based in the Appalachian foothills of Ohio, it is a vibrant center of interdisciplinary research and development, and
collaborative experimentation in new media arts encompassing teaching,
research, and project conceptualization and management.

NEW MEDIA ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
10-week residencies beginning 1st January 2007; and
15th March 2007.

Summary
We are seeking an experienced and motivated new media artist with a
significant portfolio and a growing publication and/or exhibition record
for digital / mediated work. You will have a national or international
reputation and possess excellent skills with digital tools and/or web
design as well as the ability to teach online and in person. You will be
familiar with new media forms and the digital arts community and have
proven ability to work independently and with a team.

You will spend 60% of your time developing a substantial new media piece
of your own for an exhibition launch towards the conclusion of your
residency period and 40% of your time contributing to the intellectual and collaborative life of the @Lab by hosting courses, workshops, lectures, and outreach events.

You will be required to reflect upon your practice via an ongoing public
online journal as part of your development time. There will be many
opportunities to benefit from the support, advice and resources of the
College of Fine Art community, and the @Lab staff.

This residency includes a competitive compensation, housing, some meals,
travel arrangements to Athens, OH, a materials budget, some marketing,
advertising and event support, and onsite resources for project
development.

To Apply:
Please submit your CV, a sample of your works and publication list, as
well as a course outline and letter of interest by September 4, 2006 to:

Dr. Katherine Milton, Director
The Aesthetic Technologies Lab
235 Putnam Hall - Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
(740) 591-4579
milton@ohio.edu

Interviews
Short-listed applicants will be contacted by the review committee. We will pay reasonable travel expenses to interview from locations inside US. We regret we cannot pay interview expenses to applicants traveling from outside the US.

COMPENSATION DETAILS

10-week Residency Artist focusing on New Media Arts

Seeking 1 artist per Ohio University academic quarter, to begin:

1st of January 2007, and
15th of March 2007.

Itemization of Compensations:

Artist's fee: $8,000 / per 10-week quarter

Travel: To/From Athens, OH

Housing: On or near-campus housing will be provided

Project Support: $2,500 for materials and necessities to enable the project

Total Compensation in fees, materials, travel and accommodations exceeds
$16,000.