UARTS 150 FACULTY
Jeremy Edwards, Course Coordinator
Lecturer of Performing Arts Technology
Jeremy Edwards is a lecturer of Performing Arts Technology at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance. He teaches courses in electronic music composition/performance, recording, and multimedia technology, and is the course coordinator for UARTS 150, a course on creative processes offered through the Living ArtsEngine Program. His electronic music courses emphasize the nexus of history, technique, aesthetics, and live performance. His creative process course – team-taught by faculty from the College of Engineering, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, School of Art and Design, and Sweetland Center for Writing – focuses on the creative practice found across disciplines and encourages students to develop their own creative thinking skills.
Lecturer II Stamps School of Art & Design
Katie Rubin is a lecturer at the Stamps School of Art and Design and teaches the Art and Design section of UARTS 150. Full bio: https://stamps.umich.edu/people/detail/katie_rubin
Lecturer in Architecture
Jono Bentley Sturt is a co-founder of Section Cut, founder of the design studio HTCHBCK, and frequent contributor to Archolab, an award-winning architectural research collaborative. He has worked in architecture firms both domestic and international, and currently teaches at the pre-arch, undergraduate, and graduate levels.
MSE, Computer Science and Engineering