Professor Cynthia-Beth Rubin
Rhode Island School of Design
Cynthia Beth Rubin is a new media artist whose imagery evokes memories of culture, place. Digital for over 25 years, Rubin's prints, moving imagery, and inter-active installations have been shown in the Jewish Museum in Prague, opening night of the both the San Francisco and the Boston Jewish Film Festivals, the Pandaemonium Festival in London, Lavall Gallery in Novosibirsk, and diverse venues around the world. Awards include multiple Connecticut Commission fellowships, the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, and the New England Foundation on the Arts, as well as a residency at Vidéochroniques in Marseilles and other international residencies, . Rubin works independently and in collaboration, and teaches part-time at the Rhode Island School of Design. She recently organized the Cultural Heritage Artists Project, working with a group of participating artists.