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Faculty & Staff

Ian Pollock - Graduate Program Coordinator, Associate Professor of Art. Professor Pollock, is a digital media fine artist with a Bachelor of Fine Art in New Media from the San Francisco Art Institute and a Master of Fine Art from the University of California, Berkeley. Ian Pollock is a Digital Media Artist who has exhibited nationally and internationally and online. His work on-line and with telephones is featured in several anthologies of digital media art. He is currently working on a project of mapping reports of prejudice and profiling of Muslims in America at

Gwyan Rhabyt - Art Department Chair, Professor of Art, MFA in Sculpture (1997), California College of Arts and Crafts, BA in Philosophy (1986), UC San Diego. Professor Rhabyt's focus is on tangible interactive art. He has been working with digital art since experimenting with prototype GUIs at Xerox PARC in 1980. He teaches classes in interactive authoring, electronic sculpture, and off-the-screen multimedia.

Janet Green - Associate Professor of Art, Masters of Arts (Multimedia), California State University, East Bay (2002), Master of Arts (Communications), Monash University, Australia (1997) and Bachelor of Arts (Graphic Design), Swinburne Institute of Technology, Australia (1982). She is currently working on wirelessly connected, interactive, handheld museum guide prototypes for institutions that have included Chabot Space & Science, The Exploratorium and Moss Landing Marine Labs.

Phillip Hofstetter - Professor of Art, with a Master of Art, Multimedia from California State University, Hayward (1997). Professor Hofstetter is Chair of CSUEB Art Department. His career in the arts includes works in the theater, documentary television, and major stints at Bay Area art museums. He produced the definitive multimedia website on the ancient Maya. Currently he is internationally exhibiting his large scale photographic work of Greek and Maya ruins.

John MacWillie - Lecturer. John MacWillie has nearly twenty-five years of experience in the business of high-technology as a Chief Technology Officer, a Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Vice President of Business Development. He is currently a Managing Director for the Berkeley Group which provides strategy and corporate development consulting to high-technology companies. He has his BA from the University of California, Berkeley and did his graduate studies at New York University.