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Robin Oppenheimer

Media Arts Historian, Curator, and Educator

Robin Oppenheimer is a Seattle-based internationally recognized media arts historian, curator, educator, and scholar who has worked in the field since 1980. She was Executive Director of media arts centers in Atlanta (IMAGE Film/Video 1984-89) and Seattle (911 Media Arts 1989-95). A Lecturer at the University of Washington Bothell from 2008-2015, she is adjunct faculty at Cornish College of the Arts. Recent projects include media arts historian and presenter for 9e2Seattle http://www.9e2seattle.org/history/ (October 21-29, 2016) and media arts historian/writer for Google’s Artist and Machine Intelligence group in Seattle https://ami.withgoogle.com/ . Graduating with a PhD in Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University in 2011, her areas of research include media arts histories, participatory media, and media activism.

Journal Articles:
Special Section: Leonardo Abstracts Service: Top-Rated LABS Abstracts 2016

The Strange Dance: 9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering as Creative Collaboration

October 2017