Professor, Digital Arts
Coordinator, School of Art Graduate Program
Ph.D., University of Georgia, Digital Arts, 1997
MFA, University of Georgia, Digital Arts, 1994
MS, Colorado State University, Computer Science, 1990
BS, Colorado State University, Mathematics, 1987
Teaching Specialization: Digital mixed media, digital imaging and photography, curatorial work in Digital Arts, theoretical research in Digital Arts
ARTC 2010 Introduction to Digital Arts
ARTC 3210 Intermediate Imaging
ARTC 4000 Digital Photo
ARTC 4090 Professional Practices for Digital Arts
ARTC 4180 Senior Studio for Digital Arts
ARTC 4230 Advanced Imaging
ARTC 4240 Digital Mixed Media
ARTC 4700 Graduate Seminar
3D Modeling and Animation
Areas of Research/Artistic Focus
For her Ph.D. research, Dr. Eber explored the art and aesthetics of artistic virtual environments (VE), especially the learning and creative process for artists involved with making them. Her MFA research included alternative ways of digital image capture and representation.
Dr. Eber continues to research the creative and aesthetic aspects of artistic VEs and is currently involved with an art and computer science collaboration that is investigating these questions. Her other research includes perception and the creative process surrounding other digital media. She has presented much of this work at national and international conferences and has many publications in national and international journals.
Dr. Eber's artistic endeavors include VE art works, imaging, and interactive installations. Her latest work deals with issues surrounding embodiment and femininity. She shows her work at numerous national and regional exhibitions.
Faculty member at BGSU since 1997