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Vin Grabill Interviewed by Renderforest
Art Practices and Teaching
Monday, November 20th, 2017 //

View Vin's Interview at Renderforest.com

Vin Grabill was interviewed by Renderforest about his video art career, artistic concerns, and teaching video art at UMBC's Department of Visual Arts.

Vin Grabill is a professional video artist who creates and exhibits works in digital media and video art formats. Vin's digital prints and video art works have been exhibited nationally and internationally. He received an M.S. degree in visual studies from the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies and a degree in studio art from Oberlin College. Grabill joined the faculty of the UMBC Department of Visual Arts in 1988 teaching video art.

Through our interview we are going to know about his insights on Video Art and his teaching experience.

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