Scott Andrew

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Scott Andrew is a Visiting Professor within the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. He has worked as a fashion instructor at the Andy Warhol Museum, co-producer of Trans-Q Television, and as a co-founder of the Institute for New Feeling. Scott has previously been a fellow of PIttsburgh Filmmakers Flight School, and his work has been exhibited at MIX NYC, Envoy Enterprises, Geffen Contemporary, Anthology Film Archives, The Kinsey Institute, The Center for Sex and Culture, and The Andy Warhol Museum. As a co-founder and artistic director of the Drift, Scott worked with resident artists, collaborative groups, and partnering organizations to produce a platform for site-specific, public-oriented, media-based artworks to be deployed on the rivers of Pittsburgh, PA. As a part of The Drift, Scott has produced monthly event-based programming such as mobile video screenings, live theater, floating sculptural spectacles, as well as large scale projects for festival contexts.