Conrad Gleber has had a long and distinguished career in art and new media design.
His sculpture, photography and artists’ books have been exhibited nationally and internationally including at the Art Institute of Chicago,the Museum of Modern Art in NYC, and recently at the Kunsthalle Museum, Düsseldorf, Germany.
He exhibits digital artwork, sound and video installations. Two recent productions are exhibitions of outdoor site-specific video projections. One in Chicago’s south loop and the other was part of a digital arts festival sponsored by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.
He earned a Master of Fine Arts at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a PhD in educational research at Florida State University. He has taught digital studio courses and seminar classes on the critical issues of art and design at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. He was the past director of the European Graphic and New Media Design program at the Florida State University Study Abroad Center in London
In 2006 he accepted a position at La Salle University where he is an Associate Professor in Math and Computer Science and the Director of the Digital Arts & Multimedia Design Program. His current research is supported by a National Science Foundation CPath grant and is focused on the integration of digital arts into computer science curricula.