John Phillips is a sound and video artist.
His work has included interactive sound pieces and collaborative sound/sculpture/video installations in museums (Museum of American Art at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia), alternative spaces (Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia; Cini Foundation, Venice, Italy; Suyama Space, Seattle; Disston Saw Works, Philadelphia) and various university art galleries (Dartmouth, University of Michigan, Carnegie Mellon among others), and has been featured at the International Computer Music Conferences in Ann Arbor in 1998 and in Beijing, China in 1999.
His tape works have been performed at New York City dance and theater venues, international electronic art festivals and on nationally syndicated New American Radio.
His live sound and video performances have been seen in numerous venues in Philadelphia and also in New York City; his composing has been supported by American Composers Forum (collaboration with Pauline Oliveros) and the Millay Colony (composer in residence); and he has enjoyed five residencies at the Experimental Television Center to pursue his video work.
Grants include the National Endowment for the Arts 1995-6, and awarded 5 Fellowships by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
Class Schedule, Fall 2015
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|04:00PM - 09:50PM|
04:00PM - 09:50PM
|08:30AM - 11:20AM|
01:00PM - 03:50PM
|Time: A Seminar|