Joerg M. Colberg will wrap up the fall series of free artists talks at PCA&D.
Colberg, who has a Ph.D. in astrophysics, created what has become the standard visualization technique for supercomputer simulations of cosmic structure formation [Source: http://www.jmcolberg.com/About.htm]. In 2002, he became founder and editor of Conscientious, a Web site dedicated to contemporary fine art photography.
American Photo magazine named Colberg as one of the "Photography Innovators of 2006" and he is currently a faculty member of the International Limited-residency MFA Photography Program at Hartford Art School.
Colberg's conversation with the community will be held on Thursday, December 16 at 11 a.m.
Joerg M. Colberg
Speakers this past semester included:
Jackson Taylor spoke to the community on Thursday, November 11. His new novel, "The Blue Orchard" has been published by Simon & Schuster.
The Lancaster, Pa., Sunday News published an article about Taylor and his book in the November 7 edition. Read it here.
Taylor is the Associate Director of The New School's Graduate Writing Program, which he helped launch, and where he teaches. For more than fifteen years he has been the Director of The Prison Writing Program at PEN American Center.
Jackson Taylor. Photo credit: Cocotos
Designer Roger Gorman spoke to the community on Friday, November 12 at 10 a.m. In 1990, Gorman won a Grammy Award, "Best Album Package," for David Bowie's "Sound + Vision" boxed CD set. His Reiner Design is based in Averill Park, NY and its clients come from the corporate, medical publications, book design, and music worlds (to name a few).
Glenn Goldberg, one of the artists in the current exhibit at PCA&D, "Increment: Glenn Goldberg, Duncan Johnson, and Ron Klien," talked with the community on Friday, December 3.
"Small Mystery" by Glenn Goldberg