PARAS KAUL

Neural Multimedia Artist/Researcher

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Email: paraskaul@gmail.com

Exhibitions

3D Spherical Space Colonies
In 1995, Paras worked with high school students to produce an exhibit about Space Colonies. The exhibit was for the SIGGRAPH Interactive Communities exhibition. This exhibit described a virtual environment where humans and dolphins would interact and communicate via nonverbal communication.

Academic

Adjunct Assistant Professor:
Art and Visual Technologies. George Mason University, 2001-present.

Assistant Professor:
Graduate Program in Electronic Visualization, Art Department, Mississippi State University,
Jan. 1999-2000.

Lecturer:
High School for the Arts, Cal State/LA, Jan-Nov 1996. Team taught Computer Animation with Jackie White, Chair of the annual SIGGRAPH Conference 2000.

Lecturer:
Art Studio Dept, Univ. of California/Santa Barbara, Fall 1996. Taught Intermediate Imaging: Instruction for Website design and gave Lectures on the Unix operating system and VRML for 3D environments on the WWW.

Lecturer:
Fine Art Department, CAL State /LA., 1988-1994
Taught beginning and intermediate "C" programming for 2D and 3D modeling. Also taught Photoshop: basic and intermediate techniques and fine art aesthetics. Additionally taught Multimedia on the Macintosh.

SIGGRAPH Educational Grant
Received for research in motion and sound in the fractal domain.

Visiting Artist:
Summer School for the Arts,1990, Humboldt State Univ. (Sponsored by the California State School System and the National Endowment for the Arts). Assisted in teaching computer graphics and animation on the Macintosh. Letters of appreciation and recognition were received from the Program Directors.

Lecturer:
West Coast University, Computer Lab, Jan. 1989-May 1990. Computer Programming for 2D and 3D Computer Graphics (Beginning and Intermediate)

Lecturer:
Design Department, Univ. of California/LA.(UCLA), Spring 1986. Taught Topics of Design/Computer Graphics, a general intro to Computer Graphics, IBM PC and Cubicomp Systems.

Director:
Experimental College Program, CSUS,Sacramento, 1976-78. Managed, developed and taught several non-academic courses.

Professional Background

INTERNET/DIGITAL

MULTIMEDIA

WORK EXPERIENCE

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