Larry J. Valentine

Larry J. Valentine

Larry J. Valentine

  • B.A., biology/chemistry and visual art, Elmira College, 1975
  • M.F.A., ceramics, State University of New York at New Paltz, 1985
First year at SCAD:
1997

"Great teachers have always inspired me through the obvious love for their disciplines and their ability and willingness to convey that delight in the classroom."

Credentials

Council for Basic Education and the National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in computer animation

Awards, recognition and honors

Major shows and exhibitions at the Museum of the Philadelphia Civic Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Incorporated Galleries, New York and Southampton, New York; Artisans Gallery, Great Neck, New York; Northeast Crafts Fair, Rhinebeck, New York; SUNY at Fredonia, permanent collection, New York

Organizations

NEAS&C Visiting Committee for the evaluation and accreditation of New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Bedford, Massachusetts

Publications and presentations

Featured artist and interview, "Adobe Partners By Design," 2001; featured art director and testimonial interview, IBM Corporation; SIGGRAPH exhibition reel and internal corporate worldwide network

Previous Positions

Consultant and developer, IBM Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia; fellow, Alias Research, Toronto, Canada; fellow, ElectroGIG USA, Chicago, Illinois; fellow, Autodesk Inc., Sausalito, California; exhibitor, SIGGRAPH

Courses Taught

  • ANIM 250 Digital Form, Space and Lighting
  • ANIM 351 Advanced Digital Modeling
  • ANIM 709 Computer-generated Modeling and Design
  • ANIM 725 Environment Look Development
  • ANIM 790 Animation M.F.A. Thesis
  • CMPA 100 Survey of Computer Art Applications
  • CMPA 110 Advanced Survey of Computer Art Applications
  • CMPA 500 Independent Study
  • IDUS 313 Computer Modeling
  • IDUS 383 Product Animation
  • IDUS 723 Computer Modeling
  • INTN 750T Graduate Teaching Internship
  • INTN 750 Graduate Industry Internship
  • ITGM 130 Digital Design Aesthetics
  • VFSX 768 Photorealistic Modeling