Matt Burnett is a native of the Adirondack Mountains of Northern NY state. Working in paint, video and environmental installation, Burnett’s work explores the history, paradoxes and environmental dilemmas of nature/culture relationships.
Burnett is currently a Professor in the Graphic and Multimedia Design Program at the State University of New York Canton. In his “Sustainability Lecture Series” at Canton, Burnett combines interdisciplinary teaching with a broad spectrum of speakers from various disciplines. His guests have included scientists, economists, theologists, engineers, and activists. In 2015 Burnett hosted Bill McKibben , the founder of 350.org and author of “the
Burnett graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh in 1999 with a BA in Fine Arts, and in 2006 with an MFA in Studio Arts from Maine College of Art. He has since exhibited his work across the United States and Internationally. In addition to painting, he is known for new media environmental installations in the Northeast US, including Mt. Desert Island, Saranac Lake, Portland ME, St. Lawrence University, and Weymouth Nova Scotia.
During 2017 he was a visiting fellow at Munich University of Applied Sciences, where he developed and auditioned his latest project, "Convergence."
He currently develops resources and workshops for 3-D printing, 3-D design and 3-D imaging. He has worked with several institutions on setting up 3-D resources and currently teaches courses on 3-D printing and Design at Munich University of Applied Science, St. Lawrence University and SUNY Canton
My name is Michael Wilson. I attend SUNY Canton as a Graphic and Multimedia Design student earning my Bachelor of Science degree.
I am a senior at SUNY Canton, I am a Business Management major with a minor in Sustainability. As apart of our project for ASEE, my focus has been on the financial feasibility of this project.
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