Who is FCAT?
Who is FCAT? FCAT is Brian Fisher whose work explores how interactive visual interfaces can be used to explore masses of data. FCAT is John Maxwell whose work on new media publishing helps small magazines remain competitive. FCAT is choreographer Henry Daniel who is collaborating with composer Owen Underhill and lighting designer Barry Hegland on a new work as part of the Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad. FCAT is Steve DiPaola whose work examines how computers help us with creativity. FCAT is Ellen Balka whose work explores the use and impact of electronic records on patients and their caregivers. FCAT is Yuezhi Zhao whose work is on the link between media and democracy, particularly in China. FCAT is Jin-me Yoon whose video art explores identity in the interrelationship between bodies, cities and history.
This is an exciting first few years for FCAT and I am proud to be its inaugural dean. Our goal is to create the networks that will bind together the intellect and creativity of our faculty, our programs, and our students, to link us to our community and to the world, to explore, to analyze, to create, and to change.
Dean of FCAT