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Christine Kemp is a fabrication artist, whose work explores the combination of technology with traditional art techniques.  

After graduating from the University of the Arts with a BFA in Animation, Christine has focused her career in video/computer technology and her love of creative problem solving as the Senior Program Support Specialist and Adjunct Professor at Arcadia University in the Department of Media and Communication.  During her tenure in higher education, Christine has introduced 3D Printing/Scanning, interactive animation, Virtual Reality, alternative camera equipment, among others while securing innovative technology grants for her department.

As a lifelong learner and supporter of STEAM, Christine is constantly exploring and experimenting with different art and technology mediums.  Most recently she has collaborated with the Montgomery County Bomb Disposal Unit in developing tools for their bomb suit and robot, in addition to testing 3D scanners in crime scene evidence archiving.     

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