Jen Hall

Title: Professor


Degrees: BFA, Kansas City Art Institute; M.S. in Visual Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Exhibitions Boston Center for the Arts, 2006; Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, 2006; Thorne-Saganavah Gallery, Keene State College, 2006; Montserrat College of Art, 2007, 2005; DeCordova Museum, 1999 and 2004; Gallery Soto, 2004; contemporary museums of Sydney, Australia; Caracas, Venezuala; New Orleans, Louisiana; St. Johns, Newfoundland.

Collections/Client Work Decordova Museum; Music Performance Trust Fund, Studio Soto; private collections

Publications Chapter on Interdisciplinary Projects in Blaze: Women's Caucus for the Arts, Cambridge Press, pending (2007); DVD documenting Tipping Point Sculpture, Aspect Magazine, 2006; Chapter on Do While Studio in Women, Art and Technology, ed. by Judy Malloy, MIT Press, 2003. Interactions Journal, Newsweek magazine, Journal of the American Medical Association, Australian Radio Journal, International Society of Electronic Arts Proceedings, Boston Globe, Boston Herald. On-line venues: www.bostoncyberarts.org; www.dowhile.org; www.geekgirl.au; www.Xnrgia.net; www.aecontent.net; www.nomadnet.org; www.newmediaresidency.org

Awards/Grants
LEF Foundation; Tactonic Foundation; Rappaport Prize 2000; Anne Jackson Award for Teaching, 1998; Woman of the Year from the Boston Chapter of the National Epilepsy Foundation, 1995; IBM Home Computing Award for developing gesture driven interfaces, 1984, 1985

Other Director, Do While Studio, a Boston-based, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the fusion of art, technology, and culture. Coordinator, MSAE New Media track. Education Advisor for the Boston Cyberarts Festival. Member of the New Media Boston Cultural Steering Committee. Founding member of Art Technology Boston. Educational Coordinator of Aspect: The Chronicle of New Media Artists. Board member of TeenPeer Corps and the National Alliance for Media Arts and Cultures Digital Directions Working Group. Board of Directors, MIT Committee on Art and Science, Studio Soto.