Ju-Pong Lin http://www.juponglin.net 57 Oak Knoll Road| Amherst, MA 01002 401-829-8748 (c) | | email@example.com EDUCATION PhD Environmental Studies, Antioch University New England, expected 2020 MFA Intermedia Arts, Video/Performance minor, The University of Iowa, 1996 BA Comparative Literature, Film Studies minor, Indiana University, 1985 National Merit Scholar ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE (HIGHER ED) Program Director, M.F.A. in Interdisciplinary Art, Goddard College. 2015-current. Director of low-residency graduate program with sites in Plainfield, VT and Port Townsend, WA. Co-director, M.F.A. in Interdisciplinary Arts, Goddard College (2008-09) Site Coordinator, M.F.A. in Interdisciplinary Arts, Goddard College (2007-08) FACULTY POSITIONS (HIGHER ED) Faculty Member, M.F.A. in Interdisciplinary Art, Goddard College. Plainfield, VT, 2005-2014. Faculty Advisor for individualized, student-directed graduate arts program. Adjunct Faculty, School of Technology and Humanities Department, Johnson & Wales University. Providence, RI 2005-10. Taught Graphic Design and the Art of Film. Faculty Member, Moving Image Group, The Evergreen State College. Olympia, WA 1996-2003. Team-taught programs in media arts and international feminism. OTHER RELATED EXPERIENCE Project Director, Participatory Evaluation, Providence CityArts (2008) Facilitated a participatory evaluation process using video documentation. Vice President, Goddard College Faculty Union (2012-2014) Student Organizational Advisor, Asian Students in Alliance, Grinnell College (1993-94) Conference Co-coordinator, Parallels & Intersections: Racism and Other Forms of Oppression, University of Iowa (1988-89). Coordinated a landmark, national conference with over 2,000 participants.
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AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS 2012 2008 1992
Presidentʼs Doctoral Fellowship, Antioch University New England Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowship Merit Award Emerging Artist Grant, Film in the Cities, Jerome Foundation, Minneapolis, MN
SELECTED SCREENINGS, EXHIBITIONS, PERFORMANCES 2017 2016 2012 2011
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“Instructions for Being Water: a Performance Score” enacted in Plainfield, Vermont and at Soak on the Sound in Port Townsend, WA. “1000 Gifts of Decolonial Love” installation, Indivisible, residential gallery, Portland, OR. Laundry Stories, video, Sleeping Weazel Cyber Gallery Love Letters, performance, Sleeping Weazel, Boston, MA No School Excels East Stroudsburg, video performance, with Round the Corner Movers, Cambridge, MA Love Letters, performance at Making, Meaning, and Context: A Radical Reconsideration of Artʼs Work, Goddard College, Plainfield, VT Laundry Stories for Im(Migration), installation, at Passages, opening of Inscape Arts, Seattle, WA Neighbor to Neighbor, video screening, Hera Gallery, Wakefield, RI “2,191 Days and Counting,” benefit for Iraq Veterans Against the War, NYC, NY “Frazier Festival,” performance, Providence, RI Neighbor to Neighbor, performance, Resident Artist at Perishable Theatre (2007-09), Providence, RI Laundry Stories, video, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts & Main Street Film Festival, Wakefield, RI Neighbor to Neighbor, performance, Spinning & Weaving Festival, Pawtucket, RI In the Round, performance for “Pixilerations,” First Works, Providence, RI Laundry Stories, performance, Artwalk, Olympia, WA Functional Obsolescence, installation, “What a Doll!” juried show, installation, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA Laundry Stories, performance in “Big Show City Festival,” Olympia, WA Body Holding Another, mixed-media video installation, Tacoma Art Museum, WA Brother, Frye Museum of Art, Seattle, WA RetroActive, installation, faculty/staff show, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA “Drawn From…11 Washington Artists of Asian Descent,” Commencement Art Gallery, Tacoma, WA Figure and Rhetoric, collaborative installation and curation, The Evergreen State College Lineage, video installation, Commencement Art Gallery, Tacoma, WA Land and Skin, video, The Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival Resident video artist, Ratcliff House, Washington Department of Corrections, Seattle, WA “12 Minutes Max” performance at On the Boards In the Spirit of Friendship collaborative installation, Katherine Nash Gallery, University of MN “Have you Eaten?” installation in group show, Edge Gallery, Boulder, CO Land & Skin, Women in the Director's Chair 15th Annual Film & Video Festival, Chicago, IL
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SELECTED SCREENINGS, EXHIBITIONS, PERFORMANCES, continued 1995 Land & Skin, video, MIX ʻ95 New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Film/Video Festival Midwest Film & Video Showcase, Walker Museum of Art, MN Navigate/Underground, in Circuit Breaker, group show at The University of Iowa, IA Gift of Love, installation in group show, ASIA Symposium, Grinnell College, IA “Twist on Tradition” exhibit, installation and performance, group show, CSPS Gallery, Cedar Rapids, IA 1994 “Gift of Love,” installation, “Reconsidering the Female Body,” group show, North American Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Studies Conference, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA Postpartum Letter, “Nomadas” exhibit, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, IL Rap[E]Birth, video, Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York, NY 1993 Postpartum Letter, video and panelist in Nomadas, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, IL Athens International Film and Video Festival, Athens, OH 1990 Changes, Los Angeles Asian Pacific American International Film Festival, CA SELECTED PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCES “1000 Gifts of Decolonial Love”, Decolonizing Nature, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 2017 “1000 Gifts of Decolonial Love”, Under Western Skies Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2016. “Sustainability and its Underside: Teaching for Privilege, Oppression, and Power?”, Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment Biennial Conference, June 2015. “1000 Wicked Questions” project, Guest Artist, Art and Environment course, Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island, November 2014. “Unraveling the Biocolonialism of Doctor Who,” Ecoimaginaries Graduate Student Conference, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts, October 2014. “Unscreening our Mobile Devices,” Under Western Skies Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, September 2014. “Wicked Dialogues to Address Wicked Problems (starting with wicked questions!)” Roundtable, Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences 2014 Conference, New York, New York, June 2014. Guest Speaker, “Living in the Anthropocene,” TEDxTheEvergreenStateCollege 2014. Available at http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/Circle-of-Change-Ju-Pong-Lin-at. April 2014. “Watery Edginess in the films of Tsai Mingliang,” on Postcolonial Ecocriticism Symposium, Northeast Modern Language Association 2014 Convention, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, April 2014. “Story Circle for Climate Change Perception,” Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences Conference, Duquesne University, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, June 2013. Moderator and Organizer, Creative Feminisms Unconference, sponsored by The Hive Archive Feminist Art Collective, Providence, Rhode Island, March 2012. “Community Storytelling,” workshop at John Nicholas Brown Center, Brown University, Rhode Island, 2012. “Power in the Edges,” Commencement Address, Goddard College, MFAIA Port Townsend, Washington, September 2012. Panel Moderator, “The Artists Role in Creating New Economies of Distribution,” for Making, Meaning & Context: a Radical Reconsideration of Art's Work Conference, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont, 2011.
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SELECTED PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCES, continued “Neighbor to Neighbor: Traversing Boundaries of Home,” Invited Lecture, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, March 2011. Panelist, Arts in the One World Conference, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 2010. “Office of Leaves: Mothers Transform Environments,” workshop for Association of Research on Mothering Conference,York University, Toronto, Canada, 2009. Community Engagement Associate, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, 2008. World Café Workshop facilitator, “Promising Practices: Multicultural Education” Conference, Rhode Island College, 2009. Guest speaker, Masters Program in Public Humanities Brown Bag, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 2009. Guest speaker, Writing for Performance course, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts, 2007. “Laundry Stories” video lecture, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, 2002. Panelist with Guerrilla Girls. Commencement Art Gallery, Tacoma, Washington, 1998. Ensemble of Women in the Arts Symposium, Miami University, OH Annual Symposium of Asian Students in Alliance (ASIA), Grinnell College, Iowa, 1994. Panelist, Los Angeles Asian Pacific American International Film Festival, California, 1990.
PUBLICATIONS Lin, Ju-Pong. “Yinyang Fabulation for Postcolonial Ecocriticism.” In J. Canty (ed) Edges of Transformation: Multicultural Women's Voices on the Intersections of Ecological and Social Healing, 2016. Lin, Ju-Pong (2014) "Review: The Media Ecosystem: What Ecology Can Teach Us about Responsible Media Practice," Journal of Media Literacy Education, 6(1). Available at: http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/jmle/vol6/iss1/7 Lin, Ju-Pong (1999) "Speaking the In Between: Bisexual, Bi-cultural Living," Dulwich Centre Bisexuality:Identity, Politics and Partnerships. Dulwich Centre Journal. Publications, Adelaide. COMMUNITY SERVICE 2017 2013-15 2010-13 2012 2011 2007-08 2007-08 1997 1986-92 1991 1990 1986
Juror, CreateWell, Boston, RI Board Member, Apeiron Institute for Sustainable Living, Providence, RI Conference Coordinator, Creative Feminisms Unconference, The Hive Archive, Providence, RI Juror, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, Providence, RI Urban Pond Procession videographer, Providence, RI Member, DARE (Direct Action for Rights and Equality), Providence, RI Providence City Arts for Youth, Board Member, Volunteer Instructor, Providence, RI Highlander Charter School Board Member, Providence, RI GAP grants, Juror, Seattle, WA Women Against Racism Committee Member, Iowa City, IA Bradley House Domestic Violence Shelter, Board Member, Portland, OR Jury member, the Northwest Film and Video Festival, Portland, OR Bijou Film Board, Indiana University, IN
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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS) Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE) Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) National Association of Womenâ€™s Studies (NWSA)