Scott Michael Conard

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  • ISEA2014

    Scott Michael Conard is ISEA2014 Workshop Chair.


    Scott Michael Conard, born in Livingston, Montana, spent most of his formative years in Cleveland Hts., OH and calls it home. Scott has a loving family complete with an older brother and a younger sister, and is an Eagle Scout. He graduated from Allegheny College with a Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Technology in May 2002. While at Allegheny he was involved with service and leadership development. He was an AmeriCorps Bonner Leader for the French Creek Project, a Founding Father of the Alpha Chapter of the Dela Tau Delta Fraternity, a Re-Visioning Founder of the Allegheny Service Network, and a Big Brother for Big Brothers and Sisters. After graduating he spent a year helping to teach Computer Art at Allegheny whilst also being a Program Manager for the French Creek Project, a non-profit environmental firm located in NW, PA. Scott completed his Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of Cincinnati in June 2005, and in the subsequent years taught at the University of Kentucky, the University of Montevallo in Alabama and Millersville University in PA. From 2008–12 he was an Assistant Professor of Art/Graphic Design at Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas, and  is currently an Assistant Professor of New Media at Zayed University in the United Arab Emirates.


Last Known Location:

  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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