|2016 MAD Festival Design Juror – Marshall Lambert – marshall-lambert.com
Marshall is a curious designer with an investigative body of work. She has passion for color, smells, culture, the real and the surreal, the known and the unknown. Her work reflects the processual work methodology she embraces while exploring and improvising with both digital and analogue technologies. She believes design should be a great, unexpected experience. Marshall is a Designer, etc. at metaLAB @ Harvard and also teaches web design at Boston University. She has an itching affinity for book form and editorial design, and recently ran a workshop titled Using Form as a Constraint to Tell Non-linear Narratives at metaLAB’s wintersession course at Harvard, and has also served jury duty for the 2016 New England Book Show.
2016 MAD Festival Audio Juror – Will Kuhn – willkuhn.com
Will Kuhn (M.S. Indiana University, B.M. Miami University) is the Department Chair and Music Technology instructor at Lebanon High School. In 2006 he launched an innovative Music Tech curriculum focused on amateur music production, which involves over 350 students annually. In 2015 his book Interactive Composition (with VJ Manzo) was published by Oxford University Press. He was named 2015’s TI:ME (Technology Institute for Music Educators) Teacher of the Year.
|2016 MAD Festival Motion Juror – Padraic Driscoll – padraicdriscoll.com
Padraic Driscoll is a two-time Emmy Award winner and motion designer for the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins. His experience includes in-house, agency, and freelance work for brands such as CNN, Time Warner Cable, Goya Foods, and Scholastic.
A native of upstate New York and a magna cum laude graduate of University of Pittsburgh, Padraic is classically trained in visual arts and art history. As a resident of New York City, Padraic completed additional education at New York University, School of Visual Arts, and 3rd Ward.
Padraic currently lives in Pittsburgh, PA with his wife and two young children.
2015 MAD Festival Presenter – Tom Estlack – Multimedia Artist – website
Tom Estlack currently lives and works in Pittsburgh. He studied at the Columbus College of Art and Design, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana, Slovenija. His work has been shown in the United States and Europe.
Tom’s artistic practice is centered on the use of visual/aural information and viewer/participant interaction in order to create art that arouses an awareness of social issues and evokes an appreciation for paradox. His studio work involves interactive/kinetic sculpture/installation, animation, digital/interactive multimedia, music and performance. Recent exhibitions include ‘Celebrate’ at Percolate Art space (Pittsburgh, PA) and ‘Shoebox’ at Todd Art Gallery (Murfreesboro, TN).
|West liberty University Arts and Communication Faculty|
|William Baronak – Communication Faculty – website
Sarah Davis – Art Faculty – website
Brian Fencl – Art Department Chair – website
Theresa Gretchen – Executive Producer of WLU-TV 14 – website
Moon Jung Kang – Art Faculty – website
James Haizlett – Art Faculty – website
Matthew Harder – Music Faculty – website
Lou Karas – Director of Center for Arts and Education – website
Meta Lasch – Theater Faculty – website
Christian Lee – Communications Faculty – website
Martyna Matusiak – Art Faculty – website
Jeff Pfister – Communications Faculty – website
Jared Thompson – Video Production Specialist – website
Robert Villamagna – Art Faculty – website