Chair of Media Arts, Lead Faculty in Intermedia; Professor in MFA Visual Studies
MFA 1991 Cranbrook Academy of Art (Printmaking)
BA 1986 Trinity College (Art History)
Emily Ginsburg is currently Professor, and Chair of Media Arts, teaching in the Intermedia, Printmaking, MFA in Visual Studies, and MFA in Print Media Programs respectively.
Her conceptually driven work maps, physical, written and spoken behavioral patterns in the context of the everyday through diverse media. These works have been exhibited nationally and internationally as well as commissioned for public art projects at Seattle City Light, Seattle Washington, Portland State University and Cyan/Pdx in Portland, Oregon. She has also been awarded various research grants to Istanbul and London, project grants through the Regional Arts and Culture Council, and residencies in Mexico, Vermont, Florence, Brazil, and Finland. Her work has been published in books such as: DATA FLOW, THE MAP AS ART and projects have been reviewed in Art Papers, Art US, and The 22 Magazine amongst others. Her research involves explorations into psychology and sociology through the lens of media and design within popular culture. She is continuing to engage in work on human emotion and the complex mechanics of consciousness involving sculpture, animation, works on paper, and sound.