Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 5:00pm
The Whitney Center
200 Leeder Hill RoadHamden, CT 06517
Gregory P. Garvey, Professor of Game Design and Development, Quinnipiac University
Chair - Service Learning Committee
Chairperson - Visual & Performing Arts
Director of Games Design & Development
BS, MFA, University of Wisconsin-Madison; MS, Massachusetts Institute Technology
Professor Greg Garvey’s research interests have taken him to England, Wales, China, Australia, Russia, Austria, Nepal and elsewhere. As Chair of the Committee for Service and Service learning he fosters faculty and student engagement with local community partners and has participated in Alternative Spring Break Trips in Barbados and Nicaragua sponsored by the Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac University. He has contributed slide designs for productions of the Martha Graham Dance Company, the New York City Opera and the Opera Company of Boston. In collaborations he has created electronic music heard at Lincoln Center and the Kennedy Center and has performed original compositions for the piano at the Dag Hammarskjöld Auditorium at the United Nations in New York. He has exhibited interactive digital art installations in the US, Canada and Europe. His work has been written about in publications as varied as Wired Magazine and the National Geographic Magazine. His academic responsibilities are diverse as his research, teaching courses in introductory digital design, sound design, ActionScript programming, 3D computer animation and he supervises independent studies using the university’s unique Motion Analysis Motion Capture lab for computer animation.
Previously at Quinnipiac University he was the Visiting Fellow in the Arts and also was an Associate Artist of the Digital Media Center for the Arts at Yale University. Prior to joining Quinnipiac University he was Chair of the Department of Design Art at Concordia University in Montreal and was a member of the Board of Directors of the Montreal Design Institute. He received a Masters of Science in Visual Studies degree from MIT and was a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT from 1983-85. He also has a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. He was born in Appleton, Wisconsin.
The lecture presentation is from 5:30-6:30 p.m. with discussion.
Dinner follows for CAAS members and guests only. (Dinner fee is $35/person)
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