This site features a curated list of selected works by Hawaii-born and raised New Media Artist, Jennifer Goya.

VIDEO ART
ORAL HISTORY
INTERACTIVE MEDIA ART

Jennifer Goya makes video art, experimental oral history documentaries, websites, and interactive media installations.  Simulations of “paradise” recur throughout her body of work featuring familiar images of Hawaii.  Her on-going body of work is inspired by her time selling t-shirts as a teenager in Waikiki.  

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EDUCATION
MFA, School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)
BA, Hampshire College (Amherst, MA)

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

Misbits Gallery (Oxford, Mississippi 2017)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Selections from Contact 3017, The ARTS at Marks Garage (Honolulu, Hawaii 2017)
Contact 3017, Honolulu Museum of Art School (Honolulu, Hawaii 2017)
Westside Gallery (New York, New York 2010)
User Generated, SVA Gallery (New York, New York 2009)
MonekyTown (Brooklyn, New York 2009)
Hawaii International Film Festival (Honolulu, Hawaii 2003)

Teaching
2010-Current      Digital Art Instructor, Mid-Pacific Institute
        *Digital Media Arts Program Head, 2010-2015
2012                      Adjunct Instructor, Hawaii Pacific University

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS
+Digital Art Instructor, Mid-Pacific Institute (2016-current)
+Digital Media Arts Program Head, Mid-Pacific Institute (2010-2016)
+Adjunct Instructor, Hawaii Pacific University (2013-2014)
+Web Production Assistant, The Daily Beast (New York, 2008-2010)
+Video Editor, Tribeca Film InstituteTribeca Teaches (Bronx, 2008)
+Senior Coordinator, StoryCorps (Brooklyn, 2006-2008)

AWARDS
Paula Rhodes Award for Excellence in Computer Art (2010)
School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art A/V Lab Assistantship (2008-09)
School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art Scholarship (2008-10)
Shelia Cook Award (2004)

Press
Green,Channing.“Special Exhibit coming to Misbits.”  ​​OxfordCitizen. A​pril 20, 2017. Pages 2 and 12

Schlick, Jacqueline. “Interactive art installation brings Hawaii to Oxford.” ​The Daily Mississippian.​ April 24, 2017. Page 8