Gregory Patrick Garvey


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Most Recent Affiliation / Department / Job Title:


  • Quinnipiac University, Visual and Performing Arts, _Director

Past or Other Affiliation / Department / Job Title:


  • Yale Uni­ver­sity, Fellow
  • Concordia University, Associate Professor

ISEA Bio(s) Available:


  • ISEA2020

    Greg Garvey (US) has been creating interactive new media art since the late nineteen seventies. He has also worked in the games industry and is the founder and first Director of the Program in Game Design & Development at Quinnipiac University. He has held previous appointments as an Associate Artist of the Digital Media Center for the Arts at Yale University; Chair of the Department of Design Art at Concordia University in Montréal where he also was a member of the Artistic Organizing Committee for ISEA’95 in Montréal. After graduate work at MIT, he held the appointment as Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS) at MIT.

    ISEA2015

    Gregory P. Garvey, MFA, MSVS, BS is the Chair of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts and also serves as Director of the Game Design and Development Program, Quinnipiac University, Connecticut, USA. Previously at Quinnipiac University he was the Visiting Fellow in the Arts and also was an Associate Artist of the Digital Media Center for the Arts at Yale University. Prior to joining Quinnipiac University he was Chair of the Department of Design Art at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the Montreal Design Institute. From 1983-85 he was a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT.

    ISEA2014

    Greg Garvey, US, is Chair of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts and Director of the Program in Game Design and Development at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, USA. He is a frequent contributor at conferences and symposia such as ISEA and currently serves as a member of the ACM‑SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Committee.

    ISEA2013

    Gregory P. Garvey, Game Design & Development, Department of Visual and Performing Arts, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, US.

    ISEA2011

    Greg Patrick Garvey, ACM-SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Committee, Department of Visual & Performing Arts, Game Design & Development, Quinnipiac University. Garvey is the director of the game design and development program and teaches in the department of visual and performing arts at Quinnipiac University. His interactive computer based installations have been exhibited in the u.s., canada and europe and have been written about in publications such as wired magazine, national geographic magazine, the london daily telegraph and others.

    Previously at Quinnipiac University he was the visiting fellow in the arts and also was an associate artist of the digital media center for the arts at Yale University. Prior to joining Quinnipiac University he was chair of the department of design art at Concordia University in Montreal and was a member of the board of directors of the Montreal design institute. He received a masters of science in visual studies degree from MIT and was a fellow at the center for advanced visual studies at mit from 1983-85. He also has a masters of fine arts from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

    ISEA1998

    Greg Garvey, US. Once-upon-a-time Co-Chair of the Conference Committee with Cynthia Beth Rubin, Member of the Artistic Advisory Committee for ISEA95, Montreal. Member of the International Advisory Committee ISEA94. Maker of: The Automatic Confession Machine: A Catholic Turing Test, Smart Stall: The Master/Slave Duchampian Telecommunications Interface, Genderbender: Dumpster diving the trash heap of psychological testing, Anita and Thomas in der Heller: An opera for split brains in modular parts, Don’t Touch Me There!: an interactive “hands on” installation.

    ISEA1997

    Gregory P. Garvey is Associate Professor, Chair of the Department of Design Art and Coordinator of the Digital Image /Sound Program at Concordia University in Montreal. He was a member of the Artistic Organizing Committee for ISEA95 in Montreal and Co-Chaired the Conference Committee with Cynthia Beth Rubin. His inter­active installation, Automatic Confession Machine: A Catholic Turing Test was first exhibited at SIGGRAPH’93 and FISEA’93 (ISEA93) in Minneapolis, and more recently the SMART STALL was exhibited at SIGGRAPH’96 in New Orleans. Mr. Garvey previously lived and taught in Boston, and was a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT.

    ISEA1996

    Greg Garvey, Canada.

    ISEA1995

    Greg Garvey is Assistant Professor in the Department of Design Art at Concordia University (Montreal) and member of the ISEA95 Artistic Organizing Committee. He was awarded first prize in the Interactive Art Category at the 1994 Toronto Digital Media Awards. After receiving his Masters at MIT, he was a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies and taught at several universities and colleges in the Boston area.

    ISEA1994

    Greg Garvey is an American living in Montreal. He is a Professor in the Department of Design Art at Concordia University in Montreal where he teaches computer graphics and multi-media. Previously he has taught at Endicott College, the New England School of Art and Design, Northeastern University, the Art Institute of Boston and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he was a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies.

    ISEA1993

    Greg Garvey (chair), Montreal, Quebec, Canada.


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Last Known Location:


  • Hamden, Connecticut, United States of America

Previous Location(s):


  • Montréal, Québec, CA


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