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Helen Golden
The ³tradigital² art of Helen Golden is shown worldwide in galleries and museums. Her images are typically mixed media-pieces that are products of a synthesis between technological tools such as computers and traditional ones such as photography and drawings.

As an artist, artist-in-residence, gallery curator, and cofounder of a pioneer digital art collective, she works to educate the public, collectors, and galleries about digital art. She also serves as a consultant to companies who are creating new hardware, software, and media. She says that at the core of her being and no matter what tools she is using, she is compelled to make art.

Michelle Marcuse
Michelle Marcuse was raised in South Africa during the apartheid era. At the age of 18, she moved to the Middle East for seven years. In 1984, she arrived in Philadelphia to finish a painting degree at Tyler School of Art. The diversity of culture, ethnicity, climate, and politics that she experienced in her youth continues to influence her work. Currently a resident of Philadelphia, she has shown her work regionally, nationally, and internationally.

Lyn Bishop
With her passion for blending art with elements of culture and technology, Lyn Bishop uses archival ink and paper, collage, painting techniques, and photography to craft original artwork and limited-edition prints.

Kimberly Voigt
Kimberly Voigt is an adjunct assistant professor at Temple University's Tyler School of Art in the Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM area. She also teaches art, design, and theory classes at The Art Institute of Philadelphia and Drexel University. Her work has been featured in international exhibitions such as Digital Insights at The Fuller Museum of Art in Brockton, Massachusetts; I/O Explorations at Cedar Crest University; and the SIGGRAPH 2000 Art Gallery. Currently her work is being exhibited in an international, multi-venue traveling and web-based exhibition that will become part of the permanent collections of the New York Institute of Technology and the Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas.



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