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Bryan L. Rogers

STUDIO Director

School of Art

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School of Art

Background Information

Employment History

Editor

Leonardo


Affiliations

Ann Arbor Film Festival

Board Member


Heart

Board Member


Conceptual Design Program

Founder


Festival/Theater Liaison

Board Member


Education

Ph.D.

Engineering

UC Berkeley


joint MFA

Engineering

UC Berkeley


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Bryan Rogers (STUDIO Director) - Artist, Head of the School of Art; connecting art to science, technology and the environment.


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Bryan Rogers (STUDIO Director) - Artist, Head of the School of Art; connecting art to science, technology and the environment.


www.artsonearth.org

Bryan Rogers | Douglas Kelbaugh | David C. Munson, Jr. | Theresa Reid | Lee DoyleBryan Rogers, Dean, School of Art & DesignBryan Rogers served as head of the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University from 1988 through 1999.Prior to that, he was professor of art at San Francisco State University, where he founded the Conceptual Design Program.Rogers has also held appointments at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at M.I.T. and the University of California at Berkeley.From 1982 to 1985, he was editor of the international art-science-technology journal Leonardo.He completed a year of post-graduate work at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich on a fellowship from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst.He has also held fellowships from the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.At Carnegie Mellon, Rogers led the development of a number of innovative programs in art and design, stressing the importance of connections to other fields of inquiry.As founding director of the Studio for Creative Inquiry, an interdisciplinary outreach center dedicated to fostering ambitious, experimental, advanced-technology projects in the arts, he significantly strengthened Carnegie Mellon's interactions with regional and international communities.He also served as principal investigator on major NSF and NASA supported projects.At Michigan, Rogers has led the complete restructuring of the educational programs within the School of Art and Design.A major thrust of this effort has been to firmly engage the School with the University and the broader community, both local and global.Focused on creative work and infused with contemporary information and imaging technologies, the new programs endeavor to unite the domains of art-making and designing.In addition to his administrative accomplishments, Rogers is a sculptor and installation artist whose work has been widely exhibited in the U.S. and internationally.His work explores conceptual intersections of art, science and technology, often manifesting in complex, interactive installations of kinetic objects.


www.michigandaily.com

Bryan Rogers, the former dean of the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, passed away Tuesday after a lengthy illness.
He was 72. Rogers retired in 2012 after being appointed the dean of the University's art school in 2000. Previously, he was head of the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. According to a release from the School of Art & Design, Rogers is credited with broadening the scope and outreach of the art school, connecting the arts to other fields on campus such as engineering. To solidify the School's interdisciplinary approach to learning, Rogers spearheaded and founded ArtsEngine - a collaboration between the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, the School of Music, Theatre & Dance and the College of Engineering - which supports interdisciplinary, project-based creative work and research among faculty and students from the various schools and colleges. Additionally, under Rogers, the amount of tenured or tenure-track faculty in the Art School doubled. The facilities of the Art School were also enhanced, including additional studio space. Rogers also encouraged art students to study abroad in order to globalize their thinking and approach to their work. University President Mary Sue Coleman said in the release that the engaging learning that students experience in the Art School is due to Rogers. Rogers is survived by his wife Cynthi and son Kyle.


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Paul Courant | Christopher Kendall | Dave Munson | Monica Ponce de Leon | Bryan Rogers | Theresa Reid
Bryan Rogers, Dean, School of Art & Design Bryan Rogers Bryan Rogers served as head of the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University from 1988 through 1999. Prior to that, he was professor of art at San Francisco State University, where he founded the Conceptual Design Program. Rogers has also held appointments at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at M.I.T. and the University of California at Berkeley. From 1982 to 1985, he was editor of the international art-science-technology journal Leonardo. He completed a year of post-graduate work at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich on a fellowship from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. He has also held fellowships from the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. At Carnegie Mellon, Rogers led the development of a number of innovative programs in art and design, stressing the importance of connections to other fields of inquiry. As founding director of the Studio for Creative Inquiry, an interdisciplinary outreach center dedicated to fostering ambitious, experimental, advanced-technology projects in the arts, he significantly strengthened Carnegie Mellon's interactions with regional and international communities. He also served as principal investigator on major NSF and NASA supported projects. At Michigan, Rogers has led the complete restructuring of the educational programs within the School of Art and Design. A major thrust of this effort has been to firmly engage the School with the University and the broader community, both local and global. Focused on creative work and infused with contemporary information and imaging technologies, the new programs endeavor to unite the domains of art-making and designing. In addition to his administrative accomplishments, Rogers is a sculptor and installation artist whose work has been widely exhibited in the U.S. and internationally. His work explores conceptual intersections of art, science and technology, often manifesting in complex, interactive installations of kinetic objects.


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