Fall 2011

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Instructor: Glenn Zucman

BA, Social Psychology, University of Hawaii, 1983
MFA, Intermedia Art, Long Beach State, 2003
Affiliated Artist, Center for Robotics & Embedded Systems, University of Southern California.


Office Hours

For "Physical Office Hours" and "Virtual Office Hours" times & locations, see the Office Hours page.

Electronic Contact

  • The best contact is the Art110 Fall'10 Group on Facebook. You can wall post to chat with peeps, add announcements on stuff you're doing, add pix & vids, AND... ask Glenn & the TA's questions on the Discussion board there.
  • Email is much slower and I don't recommend it. But if you insist, mine is:
  • - you'll also find me on Twitter ("Leborski" is from my SL name, "Lothar Leborski")

Apt D, 26th floor, Tower 16, Gold Coast Apartments, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong
Apt D, 26th floor, Tower 16, Gold Coast Apartments, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong

If you have these students blogging in WebCT Blackboard, what happens is, at the end of the semester those blogs are essentially deleted. So it sends the message that, "what you're working on students, doesn't matter, because we can freely delete it and it's not gonna have any effect."

Whereas we're trying to flip that over to realize that if we're trying to use blogs as personal repositories and ePortfolio engines and that kind of stuff: it has to matter what students write. And for it to matter it has to be persistent. They have to be able to carry it from semester to semester, year to year, course to course.

And it can't be locked within the context of a single course, within a single LMS that disappears the day they graduate. This has to be theirs, and they have to own it.

  • -- D'Arcy Norman, Developer, EduGlu

My Work


• • • Painting • • • Robots • • • Video • • • Data • • • Entropy • • • Intelligence • • • Radio • • •



If you live (or go to school) in Los Angeles, the 2 films you have to see are Chinatown, 1974, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit, 1988. Chinatown explains the water. Roger Rabbit explains transportation.



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Glenn Zucman, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB)