Kathy Brew

Video maker, visual artist, curator, writer

Professional Experience include:
Co-director, Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival, American Museum of Natural History; director, Thundergulch/Lower Manhattan Cultural Council; senior associate producer, City Arts, WNET; project director, Capp Street Project; producer/director of community affairs, KQED

Video projects include:
Lella & Massimo Vignelli: Design is One; ID/entity: Portraits in the 21st Century; Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution; Penetration and Transparency: Morphed; Mixed Messages; Regret to Inform

Curatorial consultant:
“Engaging Characters,” Art Interactive, Cambridge, MA; Reel New York, WNET; “Reframe,” Tribeca Film Institute; “Scanners: The New York Video Festival,” Film Society of Lincoln Center; Mill Valley Film Festival

Publications include:
Women, Art, and Technology; Documentary; Civilization; Shift; High Performance; San Francisco Bay Guardian; San Francisco Focus; Artcoast

Teaching

Contemporary Voices

Guest artists will discuss their artwork in a forum designed to help students under- stand the work of their contemporaries. By exposing students to a spectrum of computer art-making possibilities, this course inspires creative work and provides an opportunity to meet prospective thesis advisors and professional digital artists.

Education

  • BA, cum laude, Middlebury College

Awards

  • Emmy Award; New York State Council on the Arts; CEC ArtsLink