ELO 2012 Media Art Show



The Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) (107 High Street). This community arts center features a broad cross-section of representative works of electronic literature, multimedia installations, and the retrospective of Jason Nelson.

Arts Monongahela Gallery, (201 High Street).  A short walk from the MAC, the Arts Monongahela showcases a retrospective of award-winning artist Alan Bigelow.

West Virginia University Downtown Library. One of two West VIrginia University venues, the works featured at the library take visitors through an exploration of evolving forms.  Retrospectives of two electronic literature pioneers, Judy Malloy and MD Coverley, are found here.

Colson Hall. This renovated historical building on the WVU campus is home to the department of English.  It showcases net and sound art and a retrospective of J. R. Carpenter.

The Hazel Ruby McQuain Amphitheater. The outdoor venue is the site of the specially commissioned geo-locative work by Jeff Knowlton

From left to right:  The MAC, the Arts Mon, WVU Library, Colson Hall, & The Hazel Ruby McQuain Amphitheatre


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