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Re: alt process at the university level

In my research for contacts for the f295 Symposium e-mailing list I was pleased to find many alt process instructors as professors or ass. professors at schools across the US (easily over 1,500). There are LOTS of people out there teaching alt-processes at a university level, but if you're looking for an extensive alt-program I think that's a different question and one I'm not in a position to reply to.

Don't forget Alida Fish whose also at UArts. I know The Academy of Art in SF also has an extensive alt-program. School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has Laura Blacklow and Jesseca Ferguson....


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Tom Persinger
f295 LLC

>  -------Original Message-------
>  From: Christina Z. Anderson <zphoto@montana.net>
>  Subject: alt process at the university level
>  Sent: 09 Apr '08 08:31
>  Good morning all,
>  Can anyone give me names of professors who are teaching alt at a university
>  level either in the US, Canada, or abroad?  In other words, where is there
>  an extensive alt program?
>  I noticed in the Project Basho announcement a James Hajicek at Arizona State
>  University.  There is Sarah Van Keuren at U of the Arts.  There used to be
>  Sam at Clemson :)  I assume that Craig Stevens and/or Steven Bliss teach alt
>  at Savannah College of Art and Design.  There's Mark Osterman who is
>  developing one in Rochester....
>  Scott Weber, how about Florida?
>  My perception is it is not extensively taught--am I wrong on that?
>  I am wondering for students who want to go to an alt friendly undergrad or
>  grad program.
>  Chris