— Russet Lederman

Courses/Workshops/Conferences

Graduate Faculty, 1999-present and Graduate Faculty Advisor, 2003-2009.
School of Visual Arts, MFA Art Writing; MFA Computer Art, NYC.

Develop and teach graduate level courses in thesis research and concept development, artists’ and photo books, and media theory and design (1999-present). Oversaw MFA Computer Art department advising, faculty relations and overall academic management of 100 graduate students and 40 courses each semester. Directly involved in department curriculum development, faculty hiring, admissions and thesis supervision (2003-2009). Curated MFA Computer Art Thesis Exhibition at the Visual Arts Gallery (2005-2009) and currently oversee MFA Art Criticism & Writing program‘s annual graduate student conference on media and art (2009-present).

Courses:

Critical Information
Graduate Student Conference – Faculty Advisor
2011-2015 , MFA Art Writing

Mediamodes
Graduate Student Conference – Faculty Advisor
2009-2010, MFA Art Criticism & Writing and MFA Computer Art

Thesis Research and Writing I – SCG6210/SCG6951
2005-2015, Fall Semester Course, MFA Computer Art

Thesis Research and Writing II – SCG6220/SCG6956
2006-2016, Spring Semester Course, MFA Computer Art

Interface Design – SCG6273A
20082009, Fall Semester Course, , MFA Computer Art
2004-2007, Spring Semester Course, , MFA Computer Art

Networked Media for Artists I – SCG5501B
2004, Fall Course, MFA Computer Art

Telecomm for Artists I – SCG5501B
2003, Fall Course, MFA Computer Art

Adjunct Professor, 2001-2003.
Parsons School of Design, BFA Digital + Technology, NYC.

Developed and taught undergraduate core studio courses in media theory and design.

Adjunct Professor, 2000-2001.
Pratt Institute, BFA Computer Art, Brooklyn and NYC.

Developed and taught undergraduate level courses in media theory and design.