Mark Mccoin

Associate Professor, Art and Art History

Mark Mccoin


Mark McCoin is a scoring composer/sound designer, and a sound and interdisciplinary artist, currently working in the areas of 4D performance and site-specific installation with integrated technologies. He is an Associate Professor and co-coordinator of the New Media Art program. Before teaching, McCoin was a performing musician, and owned “Brave New Audio,” a music and sound postproduction facility, where he produced a variety of musical creations, and generated sound designs for television, animation, film, radio, and theater. As a scoring composer, McCoin produced numerous scores for film, animation, dance, theater, and for multiple seasons of episodic television (Animal Planet, Food Network). As a musician, he has played on two Grammy winning albums, and has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Merce Cunningham Studio, the (Smithsonian) National Museum of the American Indian, ruin sites in Peru, and villages in Bali, Indonesia. In 2020, McCoin was chosen as the Rick Libreto Visual Art grantee by the Luminaria Artist Foundation.

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