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Digital Technology and Culture

John Barber.

“Dawn Birds, Light Traffic, and Melodic Machines,” a 58-minute radio art piece created by John Barber, career-track professor, digital technology and culture at WSU Vancouver was jury-selected by international reviewers and broadcast in September as part of Radiophrenia from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Glasgow, Scotland. Additionally, his work on “Creating Classroom Podcasts” was accepted for peer review by Palgrave-MacMillan Publishing.

Fine Arts

Avantika Bawa.Avantika Bawa, associate professor, fine arts, WSU Vancouver, was named by the Ford Family Foundation as one of five Oregon Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts for 2018.

English/Creative Media and Digital Culture

John BarberJohn Barber, instructor, English/creative media and digital culture, WSU Vancouver, authored “Imaginative Radio Plays” which was selected for exhibition in the Helicotrema Festival 2017, part of the Venice Art Biennale in Venice, Italy.