Conrad Gleber has had a long and distinguished career in art and new media design for communications. He exhibits digital artwork, sound and video installations, and outdoor urban screen projections.
He has served as a founder and president of the International Digital Media & Arts Association and helped to found the New Media Caucus of the College Art Association.
His sculpture, photography and artists’ books have been exhibited widely including at the Art Institute and Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and at The Museum of Modern Art in NYC.
In 2003, Gleber and New York artist, Duff Schweninger, produced "Dialogues with Artists in Cuba," a 60-minute, video documentary that reveals the life and work of five young artists in Havana, Cuba.
His most recent project, viewable on his Website, is a public video mural, My Alaska, Too, installed in Anchorage, Alaska. Currently, he serves as the Director of the Digital Arts and Multimedia Design Program at La Salle University in Philadelphia.