Professor Donna J. Cox


Other Activities


Last update September 2006

          Permanent Collections

        “Universal Atmospheres,” 6 foot, 4-sided pschologram sculpture in collaboration Ellen Sandor, Art(n), 2006, NCSA permanent collection, Director of the Visualization group who collaborated, and 6 scientists.

        "Cyberville," St. Louis Science Center, 1994 ANS/NSFNET T3 Backbone image in new technology gallery, St. Louis, Missouri, January 29, 2000-Present.

        Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, Chicago, Illinois, Permanent Exhibit Opening,, cosmological visualizations on multi-panel installation, Opening Reception, October 1, 1998-Present.

        Smithsonian and SIGGRAPH 99 Selected Animation Exhibition, August 1999; On-going exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. August 1999 - present.

        CNN Science and Technology Week on-air computer graphics opening; on-air credit Saturday 2/20, Monday 2/22/99.

        “Agony and Ecstasy” purchased by the Coca-Cola Company for permanent collection, Dec 16, 1997.

        "Venus & Milo" and "Garbage," Fujita Corporation headquarter buildings' VENTE. This space runs continuous video images of creative high quality pieces from around the world for the Japanese public to view, Tokyo, JAPAN, October 1991.

        "Phenomena Art Exhibition," Phenomenart Gallery, Saibu Gas Museum, Fukuoka, JAPAN, March 17 - April 30, 1989 (permanent collection) * Catalogue published.

        Astrophyscial Jet,” 30’ x 40’ Cibachrome print, 1988 (Beckman Institute Permanent collection).

        The Computer Museum, Boston, Massachusetts, 1988 (permanent collection)

        Amayakan Video Disk Anthology, Tokyo, JAPAN, 1988 (permanent collection)

        Buckster Travenal Pharmaceutical Company, Fine Arts Search, Dallas, Texas, 1986 (permanent collection)

        University of Wisconsin Computer Aided Engineering Division, Madison, Wisconsin, 1985 (permanent collection)

        W.M. Brown Publishing Company, Madison, Wisconsin, 1983.


Professional Societies


        Associated Computing Machinery (AMC) and the Special Interest Group in Graphics (SIGGRAPH)

        International Society for Electronic Art; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

        American Association for the Advancement of Science

        New York Academy of Sciences

        Society for Photographic Educators