FORA.tv Speaker - Robert Atkins

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Biography

Robert Atkins is a California-based art historian, activist, journalist, online producer and editor. He is an Associate (Fellow) of the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University, and, most recently, media-arts editor for The Media Channel, editor/producer of Artery: The AIDS-Arts Forum, and an instructor at the Rhode Island School of Design. From 1996-98, he held the position of vice president/editor-in-chief of the Arts Technology Entertainment Network, a New York Times Video start-up company producing arts programming for the Internet and cable TV. And in 1995, he founded the City University of New York-sponsored TalkBack! A Forum for Critical Discourse, among the first online journals about online art and cyber-culture. An anthology of his writing, Seismic Shift: The Collision of the Art World and the Real World In the Late Twentieth Century, is forthcoming as is a current group project, Thanks for Sharing! A Resource Book About Collaboration In the Arts & Beyond.

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Censoring Culture

08.14.06 | 00:50:42 min | 2 comments