« FACULTY / Emily Ginsburg
Chair of Media Arts, Professor in Intermedia, Printmaking, MFA Visual Studies
MFA 1991 Cranbrook Academy of Art (Printmaking)
BA 1986 Trinity College (Art History)
Emily Ginsburg was born in New York, New York. She is currently Associate Professor and Chair of the Intermedia Department at PNCA. Her work explores the relationship between physical, spoken and written evidence of behavioral patterns in the context of the everyday. She utilizes a broad range of media, from work on paper to objects, multiples, installation, and interactive pieces involving video and sound. Recently, she completed a public art project in Seattle for Seattle City Light, received a travel grant to London, and was awarded a full fellowship for an artist’s residency at Vermont Studio Center. She is currently working on a new public art commission for the City of Portland. Ginsburg exhibits nationally and internationally, and has been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers and ArtUS.