Natasha maidoff  VISITING Assistant Professor of FILM   www.natashamaidoff.com

 

Natasha Maidoff's work is held in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York and in the online archive at the Brooklyn Museum, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. Her films The Orange Orange, Is There A Cure For My Friend and Traverse have toured internationally and have been screened at Guggenheim New York and the Pecci Museum in Italy.  As a featured artist on the Venice Artwalk 2015, Maidoff’s multi-channel video installation Live Cinema! The Sleepwalker was shown at Google Los Angeles Headquarters.  With her Live Cinema! series, Maidoff uses multi-channel video projections to create a visual arena for performance. 

Maidoff  is a returning fellow at the Virginia Center for Creative Art and recently won a grant as an Artist in Residence from the Santa Monica National Park Service. She has shown her work at Beyond Baroque, the Electric Lodge and at SACI in Florence, Italy.  She is  on the National Council of the National Museum of the American Indian.

 

Educational Background:

  • M.F.A., Film and Television, University of California, Los Angeles
  • B.A., Creative Writing, Oberlin College, Ohio

Teaches:

  • First Year MFA Film Production
  • First Year MFA Screenwriting