Aileen Pierce, Instructor

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E-mail: Aileen.Pierce@colorado.edu
ATLAS Building, Room 225E
Office Hours (Spring 2014): Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:00 am–12:00 pm , or by appointment

Aileen Jaitin Pierce has been an instructor for the Technology, Arts, and Media program at the University of Colorado at Boulder since 2004. Aileen teaches courses focusing on the intersection of technology and society, as well as the integration of programming into new media. Aileen holds a B.S. in Math/Computer Science from Carnegie-Mellon University. She spent nine years in Silicon Valley working at Oracle and two startups in product marketing and technical support before moving to Boulder.

Amy Goodloe, Adjunct Lecturer

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E-mail: agoodloe@colorado.edu
Grandview, Room C153
Office Hours (Fall 2013): Thursdays from 1:15 to 3:15, and by email or appointment

Amy Goodloe is an instructor for the Program for Writing and Rhetoric (PWR), where she also served as as the Digital Composition Coordinator for two years. As a long-time member of the PWR Digital Composition Committee, she has offered workshops and presentations for faculty for many years. She has also offered digital storytelling presentations and workshops to the university and community, through COLTT, Norlin Learner's Lunch, the Association of Independent School Librarians, the Center for Digital Storytelling, and other groups.

Amy integrates digital composition into all of her classes, including WRTG 3035: Technical Communication and Design; WRTG 3020: Rhetoric of Gender, Sexuality, and New Media; and WRTG 3090/ATLS 3519: Digital Storytelling. She also provide a variety of resources to help students and faculty with digital composition, all of which are available for anyone to use on http://digitalwriting101.net

Ian Hales, Instructor

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E-mail: Ian.Hales@colorado.edu
ATLAS Building, Room 225E
Office Hours (Spring 2014): Mondays & Wednesdays 11:00 am–1:00 pm or by appointment

Ian Hales is a graphic artist and designer who is currently an instructor at the University of Colorado, Boulder,in the Technology, Arts, & Media Program. Ian is a CU graduate from the School of Fine Arts who teaches courses focusing on digital art, 2D and 3D animation, new media design, as well as gaming and virtual societies. Ian’s work strives to push the standard conception of digital art and graphic design and establish new methods of conveying themes and ideas in visual mediums.

Kevin Hoth, Adjunct Lecturer

E-mail: kevin.j.hoth@colorado.edu
ATLAS Building, Room 225F
Office Hours (Spring 2014): Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:30–3:20 and by appointment

Kevin Hoth is a multimedia artist, commercial and fine art photographer, and photography/digital media educator. He has used traditional and digital photographic technologies creatively since 1995 and has exhibited photography, digital images, video, and solo performance work in over 70 exhibitions around the U.S. He has taught design, digital art, and photography at several universities and now teaches design and digital media studies at The University of Colorado at Boulder. He was born and raised in Wisconsin and now resides in Boulder, Colorado.

David Schaal, Lead Multimedia Instructor

E-mail: David.Schaal@colorado.edu
ATLAS Building, Room 225B
Office Hours (Spring 2014) Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:50 pm–3:30 pm, or by appointment

David Schaal is a digital artist showing work nationally and internationally and is currently the lead instructor for the TAM program. He received a BFA in Fine Art, a BA in Psychology, and an MFA in Integrated Art. He has developed and taught Technology Arts Media courses since the founding in 1998 as the first faculty hire in ATLAS. He is interested in all aspects of digital culture and media theory. He also serves on the steering committee for ASSETT, education director for the Communikey Festival of Electronic Arts, and as a board member for ICAS (International Cities for Advanced Sound).

Joel Swanson, Director

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E-mail: Joel.Swanson@colorado.edu
Office Phone: 303.735.2933
ATLAS Building, Room 225C
Office Hours (Spring 2014): Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30 pm–1:30 pm, or by appointment

Joel Swanson is an artist and writer who is currently the Director of the Technology, Arts & Media Program at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He teaches courses on digital art, media theory, and the history of design. He received his MFA in digital art at the University of California, San Diego. His art work is motivated by literary theory and exists as a series of installations, both real and virtual, that explore the nature of language and its embodiment. Swanson's work has been shown in various national and international venues. His work can be seen online at joelswanson.net.

Research and teaching interests: digital art, digital media theory, design, typography.

M.F.A., University of California at San Diego, 2005
B.F.A., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2002

Conor King

E-mail: conor.king@Colorado.EDU
Office Hours (Spring 2014) Mondays & Wednesdays, 3:00 pm–4:00 pm, or by appointment

Conor King (b.1980) received his BFA in 2003 from the University of Colorado at Boulder and his MFA in 2007 from Pratt Institute. He has been a member of the art faculty at several colleges and universities since 2009, including the University of Colorado. Highlights from his group exhibitions include work shown at Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York, New York and the First Draft exhibition, part of the Biennial of The Americas, Denver, Colorado. King participated in a three year subsidized studio artist residency program at RedLine Denver until 2012, where he served on the Education Committee and on the Board of Directors as an Artist Representative. He is a founding member of Tank Studios, LLC and is on the Board of Directors at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) where he also assists with exhibition development.

Hyunjoo (Joo) Oh

E-mail: Hyunjoo.Oh@Colorado.EDU
Office Hours (Spring 2014) Wednesdays, 2:00 pm–3:00 pm, or by appointment

Megan Kinney

E-mail: Megan.C.Kinney@Colorado.EDU
Office Hours (Spring 2014) Mondays, 10:30 am–12:00 pm and Thursdays 12:00 pm–2:00 pm , or by appointment