I developed a mobile app to view VA and FITV faculty schedules and classroom use. The app is using Microsoft’s Powerapp and is cross-platform, running on PC,Mac, Android and iOS.
I was invited to participate in several Creative Hub workshops for the Denver Art Museum’s Learning and Engagement center. The workshops sought community input for designing a space in the newly renovated Ponti building.
Panel discussion about the intersection of Art and Science. Other panelists included:
Cynthia Fishman, Biomimicry Design Alliance
Jeff Merkel, Signal Noise Labs
Ian Kleinman, Chef at the Inventing Room
Pam Skiles, Paintings Conservator for the Denver Art Museum
Moderated by Jenny Filipetti, Inworks at CU Denver
The Next Stage Virtual Gallery is an app to showcase CU design students work on Apple’s App Store and Google Play. The visual and UX design was created by design student Huitzili Oronia. I was responsible for programming and art direction. The first applications in this app is a Google Cardboard version of the La Boheme Experience and the DPAC Usher app, both created by CU Denver design students and faculty.
Served on the Platteforum Artist Selection Committee from 2015-2019
I was commissioned to create and interactive touch screen for the Denver Art Museum’s 2019 Serious Play exhibition. Details are on my http://www.bryanleister.com/interactive/serious-play-interactive-table/ page.
I was commissioned to create and interactive touch screen for the Denver Art Museum’s 2019 Serious Play exhibition. A second table installation was at the Next Stage gallery in the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Details are on my http://www.bryanleister.com/interactive/serious-play-interactive-table/ page.
Commission to convert Digital Design students DPAC Usher application to native Apple and Android augmented reality application. This app will be used for wayfinding at the Denver Performing Arts Center showing motion graphics produced by CU Denver design students.
I served on the Metropolitan State University of Denver’s BFA Thesis review for illustration major Jason Gerboth.