Sue Gollifer is a Principal Lecturer in Fine Art, in the School of Arts and Communication and the Course Leader for the MA in Digital Media Arts (DMA) and Director of ISEA International Headquarters.
She has been a professional artist/printmaker for over 30 years, exhibiting work regularly throughout the world and her work is held in major national and international public collections. She has established a number of international artistic and educational contacts, particularly in Europe, the United States, Eastern Europe, Australia and New Zealand, and has contributed to the development of an international community of artists and scholars with a shared interest in new technology.
Gollifer is on a number of national and international committees, including the Director of the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), the Computer Arts Society, (CAS) and the College Arts Association, (CAA), USA, and is Vice President for Annual Conference, a member of CAA’s International Committee and the New Media Caucus, an affiliated society.
She is the Assistant Editor of Digital Creativity, published by Taylor Francis and Routledge, and on the Leonardo Editorial Review Board of Transactions.