Jeremiah Teipen

Professor | Coordinator, Computer Arts, and Digital Art and Design

Jeremiah Teipen
Gabert Library, Room 520
Journal Square Campus

M.F.A., School of Visual Arts
B.F.A., Columbus College of Art and Design

Classes: Introduction to Computer Arts; Digital Imaging; Print Design; Interactive/Web Design; Digital Design for Fabrication; Digital Video; Digital Animation; Computer Arts Portfolio and Presentation; and Art in Context.

Professor Teipen’s passion for teaching art using new, emerging, electronic media derives from his many years of experience in both the academic and professional art worlds, and the convergence of art, technology, and science that is prevalent in both. He guides students individually to develop their unique visions with hands-on learning experiences that facilitate professional goals and success.

Professor Teipen has received various awards and grants, including a production grant from Asia Culture Center, Gwangju; SIGGRAPH Artist’s Grant; the Asian Cultural Council Japan/United States Grant; an Exhibition Grant from the Seoul Foundation of Arts and Culture; and an ARKO Exhibition Grant, Arts Council Korea. His work has appeared in exhibitions in the United States, Europe, and Asia, including shows at the Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid; Centro de Arte de Burgos; Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku; SIGGRAPH Pacifico, Yokohama; Gallery Factory, Seoul; Radiator Gallery, NY; Showfields, NY; SUNY Purchase College, NY; Monmouth University, NJ, Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ, Columbia University, NY; Queens Museum, NY; Asia Culture Center, Gwangju; Spring Break Art Show, NY; SVA House, Governor’s Island, NY; and Cindy Rucker Gallery, NY. Professor Teipen’s work has also been featured in the Leonardo Journal of Arts and Sciences by The MIT Press, and The New York Times.