Luis Galli, MA, DeMont Fort U. (UK), MA Ecole Sawi (Switzerland), MFA in Acting, The New School, JD, Universidad de Lima; has taught Spanish at The New School since 2002 and dramatic arts internationally at the Warsaw Film School and other institutions; acts and direct theater internationally; member, Lima Bar Association; has worked as a lawyer for the UN and others, specializing in environmental law, commercial law, and international claims.
Peter Garfield, BA, Dartmouth College, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (Paris); artist working in photography, video, and sculpture; recent solo shows at Pierogi, Musée historique de Vevey (Switzerland), Dartmouth College; represented in recent shows at Mass MoCA, Nassau County Museum, SF Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum, Centre Pompidou, Whitney Museum at Champion; fellowships and awards from NEA, NYFA, Rotterdam Film Festival, Albee Foundation, MacDowell, Yaddo.
Thom Garvey, MFA, UNC-Chapel Hill; actor; has performed on the New York stage, on TV, and in films; dialect coach for theater productions; teaches speech at NYU and Baruch College.
Joshua A. Gaylord, PhD, NYU; currently teaches at Ramaz School; his first novel, Hummingbirds, was published in 2009; has written on William Faulkner, postmodernism, and narrative theory.
Victoria Phillips Geduld, MPhil, ABD, Columbia U.; specializes in 20th-century cultural history and foreign relations; publications include Dance Is a Weapon, "Dancing Diplomacy," "All Fall Down," "Performing Communism," "Collaboration Among Icons," "An MBA Runs the Gauntlet," and "No Die."
Joyce Gold, MA, NYU; publications include From Windmills to the World Trade Center: A Walking Guide Through Lower Manhattan History and From Trout Stream to Bohemia: A Walking Guide Through Greenwich Village History; contributor to the Encyclopedia of New York City.
Sam Ishii Gonzales, doctoral candidate, NYU; teaches aesthetics and film history at NYU and Hunter College; co-editor of two volumes on Hitchcock; has published articles on Luis Buñuel, David Lynch, and the painter Francis Bacon.
Carol Goodman, MFA, The New School; author of The Lake of Dead Languages, The Seduction of Water, and The Drowning Tree; short stories and poetry have appeared in The Greensboro Review, Literal Latte, Midwest Quarterly, and Other Voices.
Fran Gordon, director, Natl. Arts Club PAGE reading series; author, Paisley Girl, Quality Paperback Book Club's New Voices finalist; visiting writer at Yaddo and American Acad. in Rome; has contributed to Poets and Writers, Tin House, Boston Globe, New York Review of Books, Hot Spots: Best Modern Erotic Fiction, and The Future Dictionary of America.
Terri Gordon-Zolov, PhD, Columbia U.; assistant professor of comparative literature, New School Bachelor's Program; co-editor, WSQ Citizenship issue (spring/summer 2010); articles on Josephine Baker, the cabaret, performance art, and postwar film; New School Distinguished Teaching Award, 2003.
Sonia Granillo-Ogikubo, MA, Colegio Normal (Mexico); has taught Spanish in Japan and Mexico.
Gabriel Grayson, principal NYC judicial system court-appointed dactylologist; television interviewer, producer, and actor; author of Talking with Your Hands, Listening with Your Eyes; recipient, Publishers Marketing Assn. Benjamin Franklin Natl. Book Award.
Michelle Greene, BFA, Syracuse U.; College Instructor Credential in Welding, UC-Berkeley; teaches at New York Institute of Technology; commissions include Park for City of New York (2009), Bike Racks for City of New York (2008), and MTA Rail Riders' Throne (1991).
Seth Greenwald, MA, The New School; BFA, Parsons The New School for Design; photographer; formerly director of photography, Photonica; represented in the permanent collection of the NY Historical Society.
Christoph Grieder, MA; RMT; working musician (cellist) and freelance workshop leader; creative arts therapy supervisor at Shelter Our Sisters, a facility for abused children.
Michael Grimaldi, BFA, Pratt Inst.; commercial photography in New York; work has appeared in European Travel and Life, Vogue, Forbes, and other publications; book projects for Stewart, Tabori and Cheng, Thorsens U.K., and Workman Publishing; corporate clients include Clairol, Hilton Intl., and McGraw-Hill.
Ian Grody has written pilot scripts for companies including MTV/Face Productions and Strange Weather Films. He is a recipient of The Goldberg Dramatic Writing Fellowship, The Venable Herndon Screenwriting Award, The Hemingway Society Hinkle Award, The Cinequest Award for Screenwriting- and other honors. Ian is a graduate of The Tisch School of the Arts and Emory University, and a member of The Writers Guild of America East.
Margarita Gutman, PhD, Architecture, U. of Buenos Aires (UBA); assoc. professor of urban studies and international affairs; chair and professor of architecture and urban history, UBA; former scholar in residence at Getty Research Inst. and visiting fellow at ICAS, NYU; author, co-author, or editor of 12 books, including Construir Bicentenarios: Argentina; currently directing Building Latin American Bicentennials program for Observatorio Latinoamerica.
Luis Guzmán, PhD, The New School for Social Research; has taught philosophy at Hofstra U., NYU, LIU, and U. Nacional de Colombia (Bogota); author and translator from Spanish and German of philosophical articles on Aristotle, Plato, Hegel, Schelling, and skepticism.