David Webber, M.F.A.
David Webber is an assistant professor of New Media at the University of Central Oklahoma where he teaches photography, video, sound, installation and interactive art. Originally from the Philadelphia area, Webber received a BFA from School of the Museum of Fine Art and a MFA in Electronic Integrated Art from Alfred University. As an artist, Webber works primarily with time-based media and interactive installations. In his spare time he makes analog synthesizers and electro-acoustic music.
ART 3990 - Intro to New Media
ART 3990 - Advanced New Media
ART 3990 - Video Art
ART 3990 - Experimental Animation I
ART 3990 - Experimental Animation II
ART 3990 - Computer Animation
ART 1083 - Color
Education and Certifications
2007 MFA Electronic Integrated Arts - Alfred University, Alfred, NY
2001 BFA Studio Art - Tufts University, Medford, MA
2001 BFA Studio Art - School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Jacquard’s Loom may have been the beginning of digital culture, but man’s use of tools in cultural production goes all the way back to cave paintings. It is this long history of art and technology that helps us make sense of where we are and where we are going. These origins, histories, and discourses are an essential part of my approach and they balance the teaching of art practice. I view my courses’ technological student instruction as a precursor to the real endeavor: enabling students to make sense of their available tools and apply them to their artistic vision.
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 12-3 p.m.
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