Ellen K. Levy

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  • Multimedia Artist and Scholar

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    Ellen K. Levy, PhD, is a multimedia artist and scholar, and is known for exploring art, science and technology interrelationships since the mid-1980s. Levy works to highlight their importance through exhibitions, educational programs, publications and curatorial opportunities; often through collaborations with scientists including NASA, some in conjunction with Leonardo, the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. She is a past president of the College Art Association (USA) and has published widely on art and complex systems. Honors include an art commission from NASA and AICA show award.

    Former chair of Leonardo/ISAST’s LEAF (Leonardo Education and Art Forum) initiative, Levy co-directs, with Patricia Olynyk, the NY LASER program, part of Leonardo/ISAST. She is a former Special Advisor on the Arts and Sciences at the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts(IDSVA) and a Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Arts and Sciences at Skidmore College (1999) and has published in many books and journals. With art historian Charissa Terranova, she is publishing an anthology with Bloomsbury Press about the ongoing influence of D’ Arcy Thompson. She is co-editor with Barbara Larson of the Routledge Press science and art since 1750 book series.


    Ellen K. Levy, PhD; Faculty, IDSVA (Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts), USA, Co-Convener.


    Ellen K. Levy is an American multimedia artist and scholar known for exploring art, science and technology interrelationships since the early 1980s.


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  • United States of America

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