I have accepted the position of Faculty Advisor in the College of Arts and Humanities Student Success Center at CSU Dominguez Hills. Beginning July 5, 2016, my responsibilities include face-to-face academic advising with CAH students, analysis of and reporting on student retention, and teaching one class each semester.
I presented a guest lecture, via Skype, on Nicolas Bourriaud’s Postproduction and sonic art/poetry for Heather Warren-Crow’s course on Digital Art, Department of Visual Art, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 23 November 2010.
I will lead a docent tour of selected sound artists as part of Soundwalk 2010, 7 PM, Sipology, East Village, Downtown Long Beach, CA, 2 October 2010.
I will conduct a workshop, Walkabout, on mindful artistic mapping (close listening, soundwalks, and drawing), Sunday June 6 and 20, 2010, Center for Living Peace, 4139 Campus Drive, Irvine, CA 92612.
I will present a lecture on Field Recording and the work of Aaron Ximm, and will perform a live mix of Ximm’s field recordings, in Carl Bogner’s FILM 202 course, Monday, November 17, 11 AM, UWM Recital Hall.
I will be presenting/discussing my work (and/or performing) as part of the KSE Fridays series, November 16, 2:30 PM, KSE 592 (Kenilworth Square East, 1925 E Kenilworth Pl Milwaukee, WI 53202) (with Rebecca Holderness, Theatre Department).
I will be teaching Film 116, the foundation-level production course, Fall 2007.
After nearly twenty years at California State University, Long Beach (along with an 18-month leave spent in NYC in 1997-98), I am entering the next stage of my life and career. My wife and I will be moving to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I have accepted a teaching position at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, teaching audio arts in the Film Department, part of the Peck School of the Arts. My website URL and email address will change (you can always go to glennbach.com)–more info to follow.