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CV

Cassidycv_2016.pdf

EDUCATION

2004
State University of New York, Albany, NY, MFA.
1998-2000
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
1989
University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, BFA.

EXHIBITIONS/SCREENINGS

2016
The Carrack, Durham, NC, Placeholders Two Person exhibition with Seth Ellis
CAM Raleigh, Raleigh, NC, SuperVision in collaboration with Derek Toomes

2015
Greenville, SC, ASAP/7 (upcoming), Interactive installation in collaboration with Seth Ellis
Santa Fe, NM, Currents New Media Festival
Burlington, NC, [RE]Generative New Media Festival
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, Emerging Documentary Practices Symposium, Interactive installation in collaboration with Seth Ellis

2014
Chattanooga, TN, Open Spaces Interactive installation in collaboration with Ruby Wescoat
Zayedd University, Dubai, U.A.E., ISEA 2014 Conference Interactive installation in collaboration with Seth Ellis
University of Illinois, North American Saxophone Alliance 2014 Multi-media performance with Steve Stusek and Laurent Estoppey

2013
Greensboro, NC, Art in Odd Places
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC Creative Time Summit
Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, Faculty Biennial
Empire Books, Greensboro, NC, Collaps#2 Multi-media performance with Steve Stusek and Laurent Estoppey
Eco-Art Lab, Athens, GA, Climate Change:Conveying Realities

2012
City Club, Pully, Switzerland, Rendez-vous “Toile de Son” Multi-media performance with Anne Gillot and Laurent Estoppey
Meredith College, Raleigh, NC, Standing There (solo exhibition)

2011
The River Club, SCAD, Savannah, GA, Ideas11: Design + Innovation + Story
Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, Faculty Biennial
Washington Project for the Arts, Wash. DC, Coup d’Espace – The Final Girl video store
College Art Assoc. Conference, New York, NY, Hotel: Room to View

2010
Emily Carr University, Vancouver, B.C., Ideas10:Art & Digital Narrative           
Northwest Florida State College, Niceville, FL, Flight Path
Public Museum of Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids, MI, Earth and Sky Days
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI, dis.place.ment

2009
Weatherspoon Art Museum , Greensboro, NC, American Art II: 1960-Present
TMG Gallery, Guarda, Portugal,Fonlad #05_09 – Digital Landscapes
Kalamata, Greece, Festival Miden
Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, Faculty Biennial
Space 301, Mobile, AL, 12th Annual SECAC Members’ Exhibition
Rockport Center for the Arts, Rockport, TX, Shorelines
Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, MI, Material Afterlife
Aurora Picture Show, Fort Worth, TX, Extremely Shorts 12
Terminal at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, First Terminal Short Video Festival.
Southwest Film Center, University of New Mexico and Guild Cinema,
Albuquerque, NM, Experiments in Cinema v.4.2
The Foundry Art Center, St. Charles, MO, Going Solo

2008
Emergence@DMAC, Duo Multicultural Arts Center, New York, NY
Artists’ Television Access, San Francisco, CA, 3rd Annual ATA Film & Video Festival.
Lumen Eclipse, Cambridge, MA, LE:60 Film Fest.
Ben Shahn Galleries at William Patterson University, Wayne, NJ, Currents.
Southeast Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC, Time.
City Without Walls, Newark, NJ, 1800Frames/Take4.
Traveled in September to Galapagos Art Space, Brooklyn, NY.
Gallery RFD, Swainsboro, GA, The New World: America.
Richmond Center Art Galleries, Western Michigan University, Plus 3 Ferris Wheels. Traveling in 2009 to Grinnell College, Grinnel, IA, Western Kentucky University, CEPA Gallery, Buffalo, NY and at DDT Delavski dom Trbovlje, Trbovlje, Slovenia.
Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA, Kinetic Image.
The Thompson Gallery of the Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA, Sublime Climate II: Alarm.
Chapel and Cultural Center, Troy, NY, Dreaming a New Real.

2007
Pasadena Public Art Program, Pasadena, CA, Projections on Lake.
F.U.E.L. Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, IDEAs 07: Beyond Boundaries.
Spark Contemporary Art Space, Syracuse, NY, Spark Video.
Weatherspoon Art Museum, UNCG, Greensboro, NC, Faculty Biennial.
Artspace, Raleigh, NC, Time-Based Media Invitational.
Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD, Endwise.
Ruby Green Gallery, Black Box Micro-cinema, Nashville, TN, Atlantic Flyways (solo screening).
Timisoara, Romania, Simultan 3.

2006
National University, San Diego, CA, IDEAs 06: Works in Process.
Gatewood Studio Art Center Gallery, UNCG, Faculty Exhibition.
The Foundry Art Center, St. Charles, MO, Animation & Video Exhibition.
The Hudson Opera House, Hudson, NY, Transitions.
The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA, Inside & Out/Big & Small.

2005
Weatherspoon Art Museum, UNCG, Greensboro, NC, Faculty Biennial.

2004
Arts Center of the Capitol Region, Troy, NY, Space Invaders.
University Museum, Albany, NY, Thesis Exhibition.
Performing Arts Center, University at Albany, Digital Expressions.
Albany Center Galleries, Albany, NY, Regional Invitational.

2003
University Museum, Albany, NY, Mohawk Hudson Regional.

2001
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, Figurative Annual.

2000
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Annual Exhibition.

COMMISSIONS

New York, NY, Hermes of Paris, collaboration with Ruby Wescoat.
Chattanooga TN, Open Spaces, 12 month public installation.
State University of New York, Albany, NY.
Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA.
Nature America, New York, NY.
Wildwoods Interpretive Center, Harrisburg, PA.

AWARDS, RESIDENCIES, GRANTS

UNCG, College of Arts & Sciences
Senior Faculty Research Grant
UNCG, College of Arts & Sciences
Teaching Excellence Award for junior faculty
UNCG, Ashby Dialog Grant
UNCG, Advancement of Teaching & Learning Grant
SECAC Members’ Exhibition Award
UNCG, Center for Creative Inquiry Faculty Grant
University of North Carolina Greensboro, New Faculty Grant
Sitka Center for Art & Ecology, Otis, OR, Collaborative Residency.
Mohawk Hudson Regional, Best in Show Award.
International Sculpture Center, Outstanding Student Achievement, Honorable Mention
University at Albany GSO Research Grant
The Ward Prize in Sculpture, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Mary Townsend and William Clark Mason Prize in Sculpture

TEACHING

2005 – Present
University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC.
Associate Professor, New Media & Design
2016 – 2017, Interim Director of the School of Art
2009 – 2012, Director of Graduate Studies

2004 – 2005
University of Richmond, VA.
Adjunct Professor, Foundation Design, Digital Studio.

2004
Waldorf School at Saratoga Springs, NY, Instructor.

2002 – 2003
State University of New York, Albany, NY.
Adjunct Professor, Three-Dimensional Design.

CONFERENCES/PRESENTATIONS

2015
ASAP/7, Greenville, SC.
Emerging Documentary Practices Symposium, Temple University,
Philadelphia, PA

2014
ISEA 2014, Dubai, U.A.E., Location Extrapolation.

2011
Meredith College, Raleigh, NC, Artist Talk.

2010
Merge: A network for interdisciplinary and collaborative scholarship, College of Arts & Sciences, UNCG, Greensboro, NC, Mapping luncheon talk.

2009
Lloyd International Honors Society Food for Thought Speakers Series.
UNCG, Greensboro, NC, Can Images Still Move Us?

Art Department Speakers Series, UNCG, Greensboro, NC, Artist Talk

2008
Digital Arts & Technology Symposium, Between the Lines, UNCG, Greensboro, NC,
Presenter: Dissolving Borders & Innovation Through Collaboration.

SECAC, Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA,
Presenter: The Post-Apocalyptic Eden: Images of the Abandoned World.

2007
SECAC, Annual Conference, Charleston, WV.
Panel Co-chair: Gesture & Process: The Influence of New Media on Visual Arts Education and Practice.

Presenter: The Unique Phenomenon of a Distance: Televisuality and Perceptions of Geographic Space.

2006
IDMAa, Digital Media: Works in Progress, Discussant, National University, San Diego, CA.

Student Art League, UNCG, Greensboro, NC, 5@5

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Yue-Ling Wong, Digital Art:Its Art and Science, pp.251-252, Prentice Hall, 2009
Amy White, “Time Based Media Invitational Classic themes, 21st-century technology in Artspace’s ambitious but frustrating show,” The Independent Weekly, Raleigh, NC  October, 2007
Joseph Dalton, “Off the Charts, Maps and their Myriad Meanings Inspire Artists in Widely Divergent Ways,” Times Union, Albany, NY August, 2004
David Brickman, “Judging the Juried,” MetroLand, Albany, NY January, 2004
Timothy Cahill, “A Too-Narrow Regional Falls Short of its Mission,” Times Union, Albany, NY July, 2004
Michael Eck, “UAlbany Sculpture Department Carves Out New Campus Space,” Times Union, Albany, NY October, 2002

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