Rachel Clarke is Professor of New Media Art. She teaches beginning, intermediate and advanced courses in New Media Art at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as the senior and graduate seminars. Her areas of focus include digital imaging, 2D animation, 3D modeling, 3D animation and 3D printing.
Her work - intertwining themes of nature, culture and technology - has been shown in galleries, museums, New Media Art festivals and film screenings nationally and internationally. She has recently show work at Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria; Aggregate Space in Oakland, CA; WORK Detroit, MI; and, Currents International Festival of New Media in Santa Fe, NM.
Working in collaboration with Sacramento Metropolita Art Commission, she was artist and co-curator for an NEA funded augmented reality virtual public art project located in the Broadway Corridor in Sacramento, in Fall 2014: www.broadwayaugmented.net. Several students from the New Media Art emphasis at Sac State interned on this project, collaborating with professional artists to translate their designs into 3D computer generated models and prepare them for the augmented reality platform.