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Timothy Nohe is an artist and educator engaging traditional and electronic media in daily life and public places. His artwork has been focused on sustainability and place, intermedia works, and sound scores for dance and video.
Nohe was the recipient of a 2006 Fulbright Senior Scholar Award from the Australian – American Fulbright Commission and an Australian – American Fulbright Commission Fulbright Alumni Initiative Grant in 2011. Five Maryland State Arts Council awards have supported his work in the area of Music Composition, Non-Clasical; Media; New Genre and Installation/Sculpture. Nohe has also been recognized with a Creative Baltimore Award. In 2015 the Warnock Foundation recognized his interdisciplinary work in urban forests with a Social Innovator award.
Timothy is an active member of a number of professional organizations, including: the Society of Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), the Electronic Music Foundation (EMF), and is a senior advisor to Fluid Movement, a public performance art group based in Baltimore.
He is the Founding Director of the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts [CIRCA] and a tenured Professor of Visual Arts at UMBC. Nohe has strong ties to Australia, where he serves as an Adjunct Professor at La Trobe University, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences; as an Artists in Residence at the Centre for Creative Arts at La Trobe University, and on the editorial board of the peer-reviewed journal Unlikely, based in Melbourne.