Robin Starbuck

BA, Salem College. MFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Post-graduate certificate in film/video editing and post-production, Tisch School of the Arts, Film Program, New York University. New York-based experimental filmmaker and animator. Her work in experimental video, installation art, animation, and media design for theatre has been exhibited in museums, cultural centers, galleries, and festivals in the United States, Europe, and South America. She has received multiple awards and fellowships for artist residencies both nationally and internationally. Her studio orientation is in experimental film, animation, and intermedia installation. Current projects include a documentary film on the Apsaalooke Tribe of Montana, experimental film projects for installations, and the ongoing production of video and animation projections for theatre and opera in New York and Europe. A full-time professor of experimental film and animation, she has been a visiting artist-in-residence at several studios and institutions, including the Media Technology Center of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and the Experimental Sound Studio in Chicago. SLC, 2014–

Courses taught in Visual Arts

  • Animation Studio: Direct Techniques
  • Experimental Animation: Hybrid Imaging
  • Media Sketchbooks

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