Reginald Woolery is an artist and educator based in Detroit Michigan; currently, he is Director of Education at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Woolery is a graduate of the Interactive Multimedia Program at New York University and is currently a fellow at the Society of the Humanities at Cornell University exploring issues of virtuality old and new. His internet board game, Keep Your Hands Off the Park: A Roleplaying Game in Real and Virtual Worlds looks at the intersection of digital culture and the privatization of public space. Reggie was a contributing editor to the arts and culture journal FUSE, based in Toronto. He has taught on film, video & computer art at the New School for Social Research, Rutgers University, Long Island University, Cooper Union, and School of Visual Arts. He has served as a board member or administrator for Media Alliance, Media Network, Black Filmmaker Foundation, Third World Newsreel, and New American Cinema Group.
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by and . 1988 American Film Institute Video Festival, Oct. 27, 1988.