DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL & MEDIA ARTS
M.A. Brown University
Mr. Methot teaches courses in Audio for New Media, Studio Recording, and Media Production. He is a composer, performer, and media artist whose work is devoted to the exploration of sound both as a physical phenomenon and as a metaphorical device. He has performed extensively in a variety of venues ranging from punk mecca C.B.G.B.'s to the Moscow Conservatory of Music.
His work in experimental video has been screened at a numerous conferences and digital media festivals. His professional work includes freelance production for MTV. His projects are available on CD, cassette, vinyl, and on the WWW. He has also taught at Brown University, Southern Illinois University, and Albright College in Pennsylvania.
TV and Radio
Foundations in Visual and Media Arts Production (VM120)
Audio for New Media (VM351)
Art of Noise (VM452)
BA Capstone Project (VM491)
Dimensions of Creativity (VM102)
Emerson Records (VM341)
Top: Max/MSP/Jitter (VM420)
Top:Film Scoring Collaboration (VM420)