Daniel (Dan) Collins

Most Recent Affiliation(s):

  • Arizona State University, School of Art, Professor


  • Tempe, Arizona, United States of America



  • Dan Collins is Professor of Intermedia in the School of Art at Arizona State University. He is co-director of the PRISM lab, an interdisciplinary 3D visualization and prototyping facility, and currently serves as president of the board of trustees of the Telluride Institute, a non-profit organization in Colorado devoted to watershed education.

    Collins’ studio practice concentrates on the gap between the virtual space of the computer and the tangible reality of sculptural objects, an orientation that manifests as digital sculpture as well as interactive installations for art and education. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art and Art History from the University of California, Davis, an MA in Art Education from Stanford, and an MFA in Sculpture and New Forms from University of California, Los Angeles. Collins received his PhD from Arizona State University in Interdisciplinary Humanities.

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