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Jacqueline Susan GossJacqueline Susan Goss, videographer, Center Conway

Jacqueline Goss is currently Assistant Professor of Video at the Massachusetts College of Art (Boston) where she has been teaching a full spectrum of courses, the "basics" on video production, including "Digital Compositing," "Retro Video," and "Live Video Production." Following her undergraduate training in "Modern Culture and Media" from Brown University, she completed a Master of Fine Arts in Electronic Arts from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, NY) in 1997.

Since 1996, she has created six single channel videos, a website, a 26-track audio, and a CD-ROM and installation. In 2000, her videos have been screened at the New York Video Festival, Lincoln Center, Images Film and Video Festival, Toronto; the Harvard Film Archive, and the Musee d' Art Contemporain de Lyon, France. From 1995 to 1999, her videos have been seen at festivals from Brooklyn to Boston, from Saratoga Springs to Milan (Italy), Madrid (Spain) and Lubbock (Texas).

She has received numerous grants, honors and awards including a MacDowel1 and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, a Jury Award from the New York Expo of Short Film and Video. She has been a Visiting Artist at the Cranbrook Academy, Kansas City Art Institute, at Mount Holyoke and at Bard Colleges.

Her most concrete use of the fellowship funds will be to make a documentary video about the imprint Helen Keller left on her hometown after Keller's visits there in the '40s and '50s. Goss wrote in her application, "Many people in Snowville and Eaton remember her summers here and I'd like to record their anecdotes and memories before they fade out of existence. Since my videos have always taken an experimental form, I'd like to try my hand at a more formal portrayal of Keller, and more obliquely, a portrayal of my hometown and its inhabitants." For her "Report to the New Hampshire Community," Jacqueline Goss will set up a screening and discussion at the Public Library in Conway, which has a unique collection of photographs and publications by and about Helen Keller.

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