Associate Professor of Art
Contact & Office Hours
By appointment at
Hillyer Hall 209
M.F.A., San Francisco Art Institute
B.F.A., New York University
John Slepian's artwork has been shown nationally and internationally at venues including P.S.1/MoMA and Hunter College Art Galleries in New York; the Exploratorium in San Francisco; Axiom Gallery, Boston Cyberarts Gallery, and the Boston Center for the Arts, all in Boston; Re-New Digital Art Festival in Copenhagen; and the 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art in Vancouver.
Slepian exhibits with the Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco and has shown with the COLLISIONCollective in Boston for the last eight years. He was a resident in the P.S.1 National Studio Program in 2002–03, and in 2005–06 was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts grant in computer arts. In 2014, he was coawarded a Connecticut State Artist Fellowship for his work with Adele Myers and Dancers.
In addition to teaching at Smith, Slepian is an associate professor of art and technology and the dean of the School for Interdisciplinary Arts at Hampshire College.