Bruce Wands

Bruce Wands has been working in digital media and music for more than forty years as an artist, writer, musician, educator and curator. He was recently interviewed on Yale University Radio and has lectured, performed, and exhibited his creative work in the United States and internationally. Selected venues include Columbia University; Oxford University;1st Beijing International New Media Arts Exhibition; Decoding the Digital Conference, Victoria and Albert Museum, British Computer Art Society, London; 4th International Conference on the Arts in Society, Venice, Italy; Electronics Alive III, IV, V & VII and SIGGRAPH. Time Out New York named Bruce as one of the “99 People to Watch in 1999.” His creative work and writing explore the relationship between visual art, mathematics, music and the invention of new forms of narrative and folk art. His books are Art of the Digital Age, published by Thames & Hudson in 2006 and Digital Creativity by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. in 2002. Bruce is Chair Emeritus of the MFA Computer Art Department, Founder of the BFA Computer Art Department and the Director of Computer Education at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He was the Curator (1993-1995) and Director (1998-2017) of the New York Digital Salon. He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Rockefeller Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, and the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA UK). As an educational consultant, his clients have included the New York State Department of Education, Tsinghua University, Hong Kong Arts Centre, University of the Arts and Nanyang Technological University. Bruce has a B.A. with honors from Lafayette College and an M.S. from Syracuse University. His website is
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