for the 2010 DIFVF
Nathaniel Hein is an Assistant Professor of Art at Delta State University. A
multi-disciplinary artist, he has taught digital video art, digital media,
and sculpture. His current work integrates new media with experiential
sculpture and has been seen throughout the United States. The public
sculpture ³Arena² is on display now at Sculpture Key West 2010, in Key West,
FL through April. He earned a BA in Art and Psychology from Humboldt State
University and his MFA from Memphis College of Art. Nathaniel would like to
thank everyone who submitted work to the festival.
Robyn Moore, Director of the DIFVF, is an Assistant Professor of Photography and Video at Delta State University. She is an award-winning experimental filmmaker and photographer whose work has been screened widely, including at the San Francisco International Film Festival (Official Selection in the New Visions Category), the Humboldt International Film Festival (Best Documentary), Ann Arbor International Film Festival, the Virginia Film Festival, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Harvard University, Hunter College (Winner of the Maurice Kanbar Award for Excellence in Experimental Film/Video), the New England Film and Video Festival (Best Student Experimental Film), the James River Film Festival, Coolidge Corner Theatre, and the Vinegar Hill Film Festival. She earned a BA in Art History from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, a MA in Photography from Western Carolina University, and a MFA in Filmmaking and Photography from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston/Tufts University.