Associate Professor, Graphic Design
MFA IMDA (Inter-media & Digital Arts), University of Maryland
MFA Sculpture, Installation, Washington University
Graduate Studies, Computer Imaging, Rochester Institute of Technology
BA Graphic Design, Truman State University
Tammy Knipp is Associate Professor of Visual Art at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. Her art investigates the parallels between psychophysiology and interactive 3-D electronic media in works that provoke both virtual and real experiences. Professor Knipp received her BA from Truman State University, Kirksville, MO and an MFA from Washington University, St. Louis, MO as well as from The University of Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore, MD. She has been included in several international and national juried exhibitions: SIGGRAPH; ISEA; ARS Electronica, Linz, Austria.
She has presented papers at numerous conferences including Eurographics, Milano, Italy and Informatics, Paris, France. Papers have been published in Information Visualization, IEE Computer Society Journal; Eurographics; Analecta Husserliana; and Leonardo and Ylem Journal. She has received numerous awards including the South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship in 2001 and was nominated for the Rockefeller Foundation New Media Fellowship in 2003. She received a bronze award from the 2020 Indigo Design International Competition, held in Amsterdam.