Matt Kenyon
Since 2005
Works in Ann Arbor, Michigan United States of America

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BIO
Matthew Kenyon was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States and has a M.F.A in painting from Virginia Commonwealth University. He is interested in the convergence of art, emerging technologies and popular culture. Many of his recent works feature wearable computing technologies and robotics as a means for making cultural critique. Matt currently is an Associate Professor of Art and Design at the University of Michigan where he teaches physical computing, video and 3D animation.

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New Media, MFA


Dates:
Mon Dec 14, 2009 00:00 - Mon Dec 14, 2009

New Media, MFA

New Media, MFA Degree Candidates
School of Visual Arts (SoVA)
Penn State University, University Park, PA

APPLICATION DEADLINES:

December 15 - Fellowship Application Deadline to be considered for the following fellowship and scholarship awards: University Graduate Fellowship; Bunton-Waller Graduate Award; Graham Endowed Fellowship; Fund for Excellence in Graduate Recruitment.

January 15 - Graduate Admissions deadline and for consideration for Graduate Teaching Assistantships. Priority consideration given for admissions.

(materials uploaded on or before January 15, 2010 will be considered for Fall 2010 admission)

The New Media area in the School of Visual Arts at Penn State consists of a dynamic BA, BFA, and MFA program. The program encompasses a wide range of approaches to new media creation, authoring, and publishing including: 3D Modeling and Animation, Gaming, Video Art, Web/Net Art, Interactive Installation, Physical Computing and Sonic Arts.

New Media graduate students receive studios and access to state of the art facilities which include: (3) G5 fully equipped mac labs, a/v editing stations, vinyl cutter and large format printers, 3d scanning and rapid prototyping equipment/facilities, wood/metal shop, the physical computing lab and more.

Most graduate students in the School of Art can expect support in the form of a scholarships (http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradstudio.html), or teaching or research assistantships. There are also scholarships offered through the University (http://www.gradsch.psu.edu/fellowships)

For the coming academic year (starting Fall 2010), we are expanding the MFA program and seeking applicants that have a strong interest in any of the above and/or related new media fields.

MORE INFO:

Program Website: http://newmedia.sova.psu.edu

School of Visual Arts Website: http://www.sova.psu.edu

College of Art and Architecture: http://www.artsandarchitecture.psu.edu

TO APPLY:

Applicants to the program may apply online-for further information on application procedures and forms, visit: http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradapp.html

CONTACT:

For specific information and how to apply to the graduate school at Penn State’s School of Visual Art, visit: http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradapp.html or contact Matt Kenyon at mck16@psu.edu


OPPORTUNITY

New Media, MFA


Deadline:
Thu Jan 15, 2009 00:00

Location:
United States of America

MFA in NEW MEDIA

For the coming academic year, we are expanding the MFA program in NEW MEDIA and seeking applicants that have a strong research interest in any of the related new media fields including: 3D Modeling and Animation, Gaming, Video Art, Web/Net Art, Interactive Installation, Physical Computing and Sonic Arts.

Please contact me with any questions-
Matt Kenyon
Assistant Professor
Penn State
mck16@psu.edu
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New Media, MFA APPLICATIONS
School of Visual Arts (SoVA)
Penn State University, University Park, PA

APPLICATION DEADLINES:

January 15 - Graduate Admissions deadline and for consideration for Graduate Teaching Assistantships. Priority consideration given for admissions.

(materials uploaded on or before January 15, 2009 will be considered for Fall 2009 admission)

The New Media area in the School of Visual Arts at Penn State consists of a dynamic BA, BFA, and MFA program. The program encompasses a wide range of approaches to new media creation, authoring, and publishing including: 3D Modeling and Animation, Gaming, Video Art, Web/Net Art, Interactive Installation, Physical Computing and Sonic Arts.

New Media graduate students receive studios and access to state of the art facilities which include: (3) G5 fully equipped mac labs, a/v editing stations, vinyl cutter and large format printers, 3d scanning and rapid prototyping equipment/facilities, wood/metal shop, the physical computing lab and more.

Most graduate students in the School of Art can expect support in the form of a scholarships (http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradstudio.html), or teaching or research assistantships. There are also scholarships offered through the University (http://www.gradsch.psu.edu/fellowships)

For the coming academic year (starting Fall 2009), we are expanding the MFA program and seeking applicants that have a strong research interest in any of the above and/or related new media fields.

MORE INFO:

Program Website: http://newmedia.sova.psu.edu

School of Visual Arts Website: http://www.sova.psu.edu

College of Art and Architecture: http://www.artsandarchitecture.psu.edu

TO APPLY:

Applicants to the program may apply online-for further information on application procedures and forms, visit: http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradapp.html

CONTACT:

For specific information and how to apply to the graduate school at Penn State’s School of Visual Art, visit: http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradapp.html or contact Matt Kenyon at mck16@psu.edu


OPPORTUNITY

NEW MEDIA MFA


Deadline:
Thu Jan 15, 2009 00:00

Location:
United States of America

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

New Media, MFA Degree Candidates
School of Visual Arts (SoVA)
Penn State University, University Park, PA

APPLICATION DEADLINES:

December 15 - Fellowship Application Deadline to be considered for the following fellowship and scholarship awards: University Graduate Fellowship; Bunton-Waller Graduate Award; Graham Endowed Fellowship; Fund for Excellence in Graduate Recruitment.

January 15 - Graduate Admissions deadline and for consideration for Graduate Teaching Assistantships. Priority consideration given for admissions.

(materials uploaded on or before January 15, 2009 will be considered for Fall 2009 admission)

The New Media area in the School of Visual Arts at Penn State consists of a dynamic BA, BFA, and MFA program. The program encompasses a wide range of approaches to new media creation, authoring, and publishing including: 3D Modeling and Animation, Gaming, Video Art, Web/Net Art, Interactive Installation, Physical Computing and Sonic Arts.

New Media graduate students receive studios and access to state of the art facilities which include: (3) G5 fully equipped mac labs, a/v editing stations, vinyl cutter and large format printers, 3d scanning and rapid prototyping equipment/facilities, wood/metal shop, the physical computing lab and more.

Most graduate students in the School of Art can expect support in the form of a scholarships (http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradstudio.html), or teaching or research assistantships. There are also scholarships offered through the University (http://www.gradsch.psu.edu/fellowships)

For the coming academic year (starting Fall 2009), we are expanding the MFA program and seeking applicants that have a strong research interest in any of the above and/or related new media fields.

MORE INFO:

Program Website: http://newmedia.sova.psu.edu

School of Visual Arts Website: http://www.sova.psu.edu

College of Art and Architecture: http://www.artsandarchitecture.psu.edu

TO APPLY:

Applicants to the program may apply online-for further information on application procedures and forms, visit: http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradapp.html

CONTACT:

For specific information and how to apply to the graduate school at Penn State’s School of Visual Art, visit: http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradapp.html or contact Matt Kenyon at mck16@psu.edu


OPPORTUNITY

MFA in New Media at Penn State


Deadline:
Tue Jan 15, 2008 00:00

Location:
United States of America

New Media, MFA Degree Candidates
School of Visual Arts (SoVA)
Penn State University, University Park, PA
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 15, 2007
(materials with a post-mark date on or before January 15, 2007 will be considered for Fall 2007 admission)

The New Media area in the School of Visual Arts at Penn State consists of a dynamic BA, BFA, and MFA program. The program encompasses a wide range of approaches to new media creation, authoring, and publishing including: 3D Modeling and Animation, Gaming, Video Art, Web/Net Art, Interactive Installation, Physical Computing and Sonic Arts.

New Media graduate students receive studios and access to state of the art facilities which include: (3) G5 fully equipped mac labs, a/v editing stations, vinyl cutter and large format printers, 3d scanning and rapid prototyping equipment/facilities, wood/metal shop, the physical computing lab and more.

Most graduate students in the School of Art can expect support in the form of scholarships (http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradstudio.html), or teaching or research assistantships. There are also scholarships offered through the University (http://www.gradsch.psu.edu/fellowships)

For the coming academic year (starting Fall 2008), we are expanding the MFA program and seeking applicants that have a strong research interest in any of the above and/or related new media fields.

MORE INFO:

Program Website: http://newmedia.sova.psu.edu
School of Visual Arts Website: http://www.sova.psu.edu
College of Art and Architecture: http://www.artsandarchitecture.psu.edu

TO APPLY:

Applicants to the program may apply online-for further information on application procedures and 
forms, visit: http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradapp.html

CONTACT:
For specific information and how to apply to the graduate school at Penn State’s School of Visual Art, visit: http://www.sova.psu.edu/gradapp.html or contact our graduate administrative associate, Tammy Hosterman (tmk7@psu.edu) Phone: 814-865-0444.


OPPORTUNITY

Tenure Track Position Opening: Assistant Professor, New Media


Deadline:
Mon Dec 12, 2005 00:00

VISUAL ARTS AND NEW MEDIA: New Media. Assistant Professor, State University of New York at Fredonia. Full-time tenure track starting Fall 2006, salary and benefits competitive. Candidates must be capable of teaching New Media methodologies, specifically 3D Modeling and Animation with related Audio support, in a fine arts context. This program is a comprehensive undergraduate Media Arts program that establishes strong conceptual relationships between new technologies and traditional visual art disciplines. MFA in Media Arts, Electronic Arts or related Fine Art fields required with college-level teaching experience beyond TA preferred and a strong record of professional activity. Review of applicants has begun and will continue until the position is filled. Send application letter, teaching philosophy, vitae, professional work (CD and/or DVD of your work that reflects criteria mentioned above), Students’ work (CD and/or DVD) and three reference letters to: Dr. Carl Ferraro, Chair of New Media Search Committee, Department of Visual Arts and New Media, Rockefeller Art Center, SUNY Fredonia, Fredonia, NY 14063. (716) 673-3537. SUNY Fredonia is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. We actively seek and encourage applications from minorities, women, and people with disabilities.

About the Department
The Department of Visual Arts and New Media provides a balanced, comprehensive undergraduate program in the practice, theory, and history of the visual arts and new media. Current enrollment of about 250 majors, offering a BA in Art History, BA in Visual Arts and New Media and media specific BFA degrees.

About the Campus and Community
The State University of New York at Fredonia is ranked 9th in Public Universities in the North by U.S. News and World Report. With enrollments of about 5,000 undergraduates and 400 graduate students, the faculty and staff are committed to a personal approach to education. The campus is recognized for diverse cultural opportunities and strives to live its motto: “Where Success is a Tradition.” I.M. Pei and Partners designed the master plan for the modernized campus located in Western New York, a short drive from Buffalo NY and Erie, PA. Tree-lined avenues and Victorian-era architecture distinguish the picturesque village of Fredonia. Lake Erie, ski centers, hiking trails and the nationally known Chautauqua Institution are nearby, providing additional opportunities to pursue varied interests.

Further information is available at
http://www.fredonia.edu
http://www.fredonia.edu/humanresources/employment.htm