Chloë Smolarski: CURRICULUM VITAE

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Chloë Smolarski: CURRICULUM VITAE

 

EDUCATION

MFA, Integrated Media Art – Hunter College, City University – December 2011

Masters, - UDK (University of Art) with Georg Baselitz, Berlin, Germany –2000

BFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago –1996

 

EMPLOYMENT

Pratt Institute, New York, New York – 2019-Present

Faculty, Department of Digital Arts – Video

Parsons - New School, New York, New York – 2013- 2019

CUNY, Graduate Center, New York, New York – 2014-Present

Collections Director – CUNY Digital History Archive

 

PUBLICATIONS/CONFERENCES

Smolarski, C. (2018), ‘Fluid identities and navigating integration: The politics of solidarity in contemporary Germany’, Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture, 9:1, pp. 45–59, doi: 10.1386/cjmc.9.1.45_1–2018

ECREA (European Communication Research Education Association) Diaspora, Migration and the Media Section – Migration and                      communication flows: rethinking borders, conflict, and identity through the digital – University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain–2017    

Culture and Identity Configurations: Reflections on the XXI Century – Hofstra University, NY –2017

A.R.T (Archivist Round Table) Symposium – NY –2017

The CUNY Games Festival: A Conference on Game-based Learning in Higher Education NY–2015

Digital Media Conference: Freedom and Unfreedom in the Digital Age, Boston – Screening and panel – Leslie College –Boston, Mass –2013    

AERA Conference Film Festival (American Education and Research Association) – Presentation and screening of “Admissions Student                Stories from Undocumented America” – San Francisco–2013

UFVA Conference (University Film and Video Association) – Presentation and screening of “Admissions Student Stories from                                Undocumented America” – Columbia College – Chicago – 2012

CRESEA Conference (Critical Race Studies in Education Association), Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York.                “Documentary, Counter Storytelling, and Undocumented Students in Higher Education.” –2012

MobilityShifts – An International Future of Learning Summit, The New School, New York, New York. “Mobile Identities and Community        Mobilization: Collaborative Digital Theater in Transnational Communities.” –2011    

 

RESIDENCIES/AWARDS

Taconic Fellowship –2020     

Pratt Research Seed Grant – Brooklyn, NY –2019     

PARC U.S Faculty Development Seminar on Palestine – Jerusalem, Israel –2018      

Wassaic Artist Residency – Wassaic, New York –2017                     

Mass MOCA Artist in Residence program – North Adams, Massachusetts–2017     

Research Grant – CUNY, awarded to conduct an oral history project in Germany–2015

     

SCREENINGS (SELECTION)

Screening and Presentation “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America” New York University, sponsored by Wagner –2017

Screening and presentation “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America”–Humboldt University, sponsored by the Institute for Social Sciences, Berlin, Germany –2014

Screening and presentation “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America”– UdK (University of Art), sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany–2014

Screening and presentation “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America”– Bard College-Berlin, sponsored by the Department of Political Science, Berlin, Germany–2014

Screening “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America”– the University of Houston, sponsored by the English and Film Studies department–2013

Screening “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America,” Westchester Community College, sponsored by Community College Consortium for Immigration Education, Valhalla, New York–2013

Oaxaca Film Festival 3, Official Selection, Oaxaca, Mexico–2012

Boston Latino International Film Festival, (BLIFF) Official selection, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts–2012

New Film Makers, Official Selection, Anthology, New York, New York–2012  

Screening “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America”– Johnson County Community College, presented   International and Immigrant Student Services, sponsored by Community College Consortium for Immigration Education, Overland Park, KS. –2012

Screening “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America,” Bluegrass Community and Technical College, presented by Hispanic/Latino Outreach Office of Multiculturalism and Inclusion, Lexington, Kentucky–2012

Screening “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America,” Renton Technical College, sponsored by Community College Consortium for Immigration Education, Renton, WA–2012

Screening and presentation “Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America”– Segal Theatre, Graduate Center, CUNY, Presented by the Urban Studies Department, New York, New York–2012

“Admissions – Student Stories from Undocumented America”– Screening The Little Theater, Presented by the Humanities Department, LaGuardia Community College, New York, New York–2012

EYE: AM Women Behind the Lens, “To Go to Work Again” screening – Anthology, NYC–2011


PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

Digital Cinematography: DSLR, Blackmagic; Digital editing: Premiere, Final Cut, After Effects, Adobe Creative Suite: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe In Design, Adobe Flash, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Audition Sound: Audacity, Game Engines: Unity Content Management Systems: Drupal, WordPress, Omeka, Learning Management Systems: Canvas, Blackboard, Academic: research, curriculum development, grant writing, project management 

 

Languages: Fluent German, Fluent French and working Spanish