2018 Muncie, Indiana, USA Prof. Roza Aceska is teaching an Honors Colloquium based on my Mathematics and Digital Art course at Ball State University.
Purdue, Indiana, USA Invited to exhibit at the The Purdue University Department of Computer Science and the Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts educational biennial exhibit examining the intersection of art and science.

Work exhibited: Sierpinski.
San Diego, California, USA Mathematical Art Show at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meetings (January).

Works exhibited: Sierpinski, Galaxy. View via link to conference gallery: Mathematical Art Galleries.
2017 San Francisco, California, USA Taught the First-Year Seminar course Mathematics and Digital Art.

Link to course website.
San Francisco, California, USA Began monthly seminar-style meetings of the Bay Area Mathematical Artists at the University of San Francisco.
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Presented A Mathematics and Digital Art course at Bridges 2017. Link to paper in conference archives: A Mathematics and Digital Art Course.

Co-authored Symmetric Binary Trees with Branching Ratios Larger than 1 with Nick Mendler. Link to paper in conference archives: Symmetric Binary Trees with Branching Ratios Larger than 1.
Santa Clara, California, USA Mathematical Art Show at the 2017 Golden Section Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (March).

Works exhibited: Symmeteric Koch Curve I, Symmetric Koch Curve II. View via link to JMM conference gallery: Mathematical Art Galleries.

Co-curated the exhibition with Shirley Yap of California State University, East Bay. Link to press release.
Atlanta, Georgia, USA Mathematical Art Show at the 2017 Joint Mathematics Meetings (January).

Works exhibited: Symmeteric Koch Curve I, Symmetric Koch Curve II. View via link to conference gallery: Mathematical Art Galleries.
2016 San Francisco, California, USA Created the First-Year Seminar course Mathematics and Digital Art.

Course description: What is digital art? It is easy to make a digital image, but what gives it artistic value? This question will be explored in a practical, hands-on way by having students learn how to create their own digital images and movies in a laboratory-style classroom. We will focus on the Sage/Python environment, and learn to use Processing as well. There will be an emphasis on using the computer to create various types of fractal images. No previous programming experience is necessary.

Link to course website.
Jyväskylä, Finland Mathematical Art Show at Bridges 2016 (August).

Works exhibited: Spiral I, Fractal Curve +11 +191. Link to conference gallery: Mathematical Art Galleries.

Also presented Koch-like Fractal Images. Link to paper in conference archives: Koch-like Fractal Images.
Vienna, Austria Presented Koch-like Fractal Images at the Symmetry Festival — 2016 (July).
Davis, California, USA Mathematical Art Show at the 2016 Golden Section Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (February).

Works exhibited: Spiral I, Fractal Curve +11 +191. Link to images: Mathematical Art Galleries.
San Francisco, California, USA Conducted a directed study course, Computer-Generated Art, which resulted in a student submitting a paper and artwork to the Bridges 2016 conference. Both paper and artwork were accepted. Funding was secured so the student could attend at minimal expense.
Seattle, Washington, USA Mathematical Art Show at the 2016 Joint Mathematics Meetings (January).

Works exhibited: Fractal Curve +11 +191, Fractal Curve +0 +12. Link to conference gallery: Mathematical Art Galleries.
2015 Washington, D.C., USA Presented Randomness and Structure in Computer-Generated Art and Design as part of MathFest 2015 (August).
Baltimore, Maryland, USA Presented Random Walks on Vertices of Archimedean Tilings, which was published in the 2015 Bridges Conference Proceedings (July).

Link to paper in conference archives: Random Walks on Vertices of Archimedean Tilings.
San Francisco, California, USA Presented Randomness and Structure in Computer-Generated Art and Design as part of the Mathematics Colloquium at the University of San Francisco (April).
San Antonio, Texas, USA Mathematical Art Show at the 2015 Joint Mathematics Meetings (January).

Works exhibited: Bear, Random Walk 4.8.8. Link to conference gallery: Mathematical Art Galleries.
2014 Sarasota, Florida, USA Presented Color, Texture, and Geometry at the Regional Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America, University of Southern Florida Sarasota—Manatee (December).
New Port Richey, Florida, USA Displayed work at the Oasis Coffee Spot, a local café (December).

Works on display: Bear, Random Walk 4.8.8. Link to images: Mathematical Art Galleries.
Seoul, Korea Color, Texture, and Geometry, published in the 2014 Bridges Conference Proceedings (did not attend conference).

Link to paper in conference archives: Color, Texture, and Geometry.
2013 Princeton, New Jersey, USA Recent Works, Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science in Princeton, NJ. Solo exhibition (December).


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