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Jack Lew

Director of Collaborations

University of Central Florida

HQ Phone:  (407) 823-2000

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University of Central Florida

4000 Central Florida Blvd.

Orlando, Florida,32816

United States

Company Description

The University of Central Florida, one of the largest universities in the nation with more than 64,000 students, uses the power of scale and the pursuit of excellence to make a better future for our students and society. Described by The Washington Post as dem... more.

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Employment History

Development Director On Maxis Label Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence

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Affiliations

The International Digital Media and Arts Association

Advisory Board Member


Education

BFA

Cleveland Institute of Art


MFA degree

Illustration

Syracuse University


Web References(108 Total References)


Connecting the Dots by Crossing Borders — siggraph.org

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Jack Lew
Director of Collaborations Center for Emerging Media, University of Central Florida Jack Lew, Emerging Media Expert and Arts Education Advocate (trying out head mounted device at Media Convergence Lab) is the Director of Collaborations at the Center for Emerging Media, University of Central Florida. Having worked in the entertainment industry, Disney Animation and Electronic Arts, for over 10 years combined with an academic career that spans 24 years, Jack has a unique perspective to share on arts education. As an arts education advocate, he has delivered numerous keynotes at national educational forums including the National Art Education Conference and currently works closely with the NEA at the Education Leaders Institute on redefining arts education for the 21st Century.


From the Editor — siggraph.org

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In conclusion, Jack Lew, Director of Collaborations at the Center for Emerging Media, University of Central Florida, comes full circle through his submission to Education entitled "Connecting the Dots by Crossing Borders", sharing how he, in his new position, sees scientists, artists and technologists collaborating and exploring new solutions in this field we broadly identify as computer graphics.
Jack also contributed with the organizational chart used in the design of this issue's cover illustration.


United Arts - Press Release - State of the Arts Conference a Huge Success!!!

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Highlights of the conference included presentations and keynotes from national and state leaders including: Dr. June St Clair Atkinson, State Superintendent; Linda A. Carlisle, Secretary of Cultural Resources; Dr. Sarah B. Cunningham, National Endowment for the Arts; Dr. William C. Harrison, Chair and CEO of the State Board of Education/Public Schools of NC; Jack Lew, Program Director for Emerging Media at UCF; Eleanor Oakley, President/CEO of the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County; Andrea Peterson, National Teacher of the Year 2007; Mary Regan, Executive Director of the NC Arts Council; Thomas Sayre, artist and co-founder of Clearscapes; and Barbara B. Shepherd, Director of National Partnerships for the John F. Kennedy Center.


N.C. Arts Council - Press Release

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"In our troubled economic climate, cuts in arts education cannot be overestimated while the economic impact of our creative economy is underestimated," says Jack Lew, a digital media expert and one of the conference's keynote speakers.
Lew is the new program director for the University of Central Florida's Center for Emerging Media and the former global art talent resources manager for Electronic Arts, the world's leading interactive entertainment software company. "More than ever, we need to nourish our creative resources and it begins with arts education in our public schools," says Lew, who was also the former senior manager of Artist and Professional Development for Disney Feature Animation Florida. "The internet and emerging new media, including video games, have created a wide gap between today's youth and educators," Lew says. See the attached bio of keynote speakers including Holden Thorp, UNC-Chapel Hill chancellor; Jack Lew, a digital media expert; Dr. Sarah B. Cunningham, the director of arts education for the National Endowment for the Arts; and Linda A. Carlisle, the new secretary of the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources.


N.C. Arts Council - Press Release

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Other headliners include: Jack Lew, head of the University of Central Florida's Center for Emerging Media, will kick off the conference with a session entitled "Imagination, Creativity and Innovation in the 21st Century.
Lew is the former Global University Relations Manager for Electronic Arts, the world's leading independent developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software for personal computers and popular advanced entertainment systems such as the PlayStation® and the Nintendo GameCube™ and the Game Boy® Advance. As one of the nation's top media experts and arts education advocate, Lew will set the stage for the conference. Lew will deliver the keynote address on March 6 at 1:30 p.m. at Jones Hall Auditorium. He will talk about the "Impact of Interactive Technology." His speech will cover how the internet and new media including video games have changed the way students communicate, socialize, play and learn. This presentation will focus on the impact of today's games industry while challenging the audience of educators, administrators and arts advocates to redefine arts education in today's virtual environment. He will also be part of the panel on Nurturing Innovative, Creative and Imaginative Environments on March 5 at 3:30 p.m. and will lead the workshop Embracing New Technologies as Creating Teaching Tools on March 6 at 9 a.m. Also featured during the keynote address by Lew is Sarah Bainter Cunningham, director of arts education for the National Endowment for the Arts since September 2005.


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