Jack Ox b. 1948

Jack Ox

b. 1948

PROFESSIONAL LIFE AND EXPERIENCE 2010-present: Associate Research Professor, Department of Music, College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico 2007-2010 : Assistant Research Professor, Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico 2009-present: Associated Faculty with the Center for Advanced Research Computing, UNM 2007-2009: Associated with the Center for High Performance Computing, UNM 2005-2007: Artist in Residence and Research Associate at the ARTS Lab, UNM 2005: Moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico after experiencing Katrina 2002-2005: Live and worked in New Orleans, La. 1987-1993: Lived and worked in Cologne, Germany 1979-2002: Lived and worked in New York City

PROFESSIONAL LIFE AND EXPERIENCE

2010-present: Associate Research Professor, Department of Music, College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico

2007-2010 : Assistant Research Professor, Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico

2009-present: Associated Faculty with the Center for Advanced Research Computing, UNM

2007-2009: Associated with the Center for High Performance Computing, UNM

2005-2007: Artist in Residence and Research Associate at the ARTS Lab, UNM

2005: Moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico after experiencing Katrina

2002-2005: Live and worked in New Orleans, La.

1987-1993: Lived and worked in Cologne, Germany

1979-2002: Lived and worked in New York City

  • 1965-67 University of Colorado, Boulder
    1967-69 San Francisco Art Institute, B.F.A.
    1974-75 Yale University School of Art & Architecture, New Haven, Connecticut
    1975-77 University of California, San Diego, M.F.A.
    1980-82 Manhattan School of Music, New York City
    1992 Phonetik-Institut, Universität Köln

    1979-2002 Lived and worked in New York City
    1987-1993 Lived and worked in Cologne, Germany
    2002 Moved to New Orleans, LA
    2005 Moved to Albuquerque, N.M. after Katrina
    2006 Adjunct Professor at the University of New Mexico
  • 2007 Research Assistant Professor at the U. of New Mexico