10 Oct 2009

Ira Greenberg at TEDxSMU 2009

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Ira has been a painter, animator, designer/developer, programmer, art/creative director, managing director, professor and author. He holds a BFA (Cornell University) and MFA (University of Pennsylvania). Previously with the Bowery Gallery and H2O Associates, Ira has also taught and lectured widely. Schools include Seton Hall University, UC Santa Barbara, Lafayette College, the Art Institute of Seattle, University of Iowa, University of Northern Iowa, Bryn Mawr College, Miami University, City and Guilds of London Art School and University of Edinburgh. Ira is an associate professor at SMU, with a joint appointment to the Meadows School of the Arts and Lyle School of Engineering. He directs the Center for Creative Computation. Working across numerous disciplines (visualization, digital humanities, software development and artificial life), Ira’s research explores computation as a primary and universal creative medium. He is the author of Processing: Creative Coding and Computational Art and The Essential Guide to Processing for Flash Developers.

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