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John Toth

Distinguished Lecturer

Toth, Johnjtoth@hunter.cuny.edu
646-260-7601
1109 West

 John Toth is an international intermedia artist who uses computer technology as a prime instrument for layering sculpture, painting, music, sound, dance, video and poetry.  Toth’s current artworks explore image at the interface of language. His multi-perceptual installations have been presented at The Brooklyn Museum, Lincoln Center, The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, England, The Corcoran Gallery of Art - Washington, Fundacion para el Arte Contemporaneo - Mexico City and Santa Monica Museum of Art - Santa Monica. Dr. Toth received his Ph.D. in Media and Communications from the European Graduate School in Saas-fee, Switzerland and his MFA at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri in Sculpture.

Education

European Graduate School 2005, Ph.D. Media & Communications, Saas-Fee, Switzerland

State Univ. of N.Y. Buffalo, NY 1979, MFA, Sculpture

Washington University, St. Louis, 1977, BFA, Sculpture


Teaching

ECC 713 / THE EXPRESSIVE ARTS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD

CEDC 707 / The Arts: An Interdisciplinary Learning Experience

Research

My research concerns are with the impact of the arts on interdisciplinary learning.

Publications

Toth, J. (2011). The virtual teaching artist: strategies for a museum podcast. Teaching Artist Journal. Reston: VA – 9(4), p 213-235

Toth, J. (2008). The New Perception: 
Hypermediating Interdisciplinary Cultures Through Aesthetic Education. Forum on Public Policy Online: A Forum of the Oxford Roundtable. 22 pages

2014 – In C, (video installation for performance of Terry Riley’s music composition) Wilson Theater at The Juilliard School. New York, NY. Curator Ed Bilous. March 26 - 28.

2010 - Chance Chants for John Cage / Lecture on the Weather: John Cage in Buffalo. Burchfield Penney Art Center, Buffalo, NY. Curator/peer show: Jan Williams - Don Metz. January 23 – February 14, 2010.

 

http://www.JohnToth.net

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