Terry Nauheim explores sound and visual relationships through digital media, drawing, and installation. She has exhibited her artwork at the Bronx Museum of the Arts; the Contemporary Museum, Baltimore; Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts; the Drawing Room, London; Musée Art Contemporain Lyon; and the Sculpture Center, Long Island City. Her work has been included in festivals including the acclaimed "New York, New Sounds" festival; "New York Electronic Art Festival," "Artscape," Baltimore; and "Biennale Musique en Scène," Lyon. She was recently distinguished as an Artist-in-Residence in Sound Art at Harvestworks (2005); a participant in the Bronx Museum of the Arts "Artist in the Marketplace" program (2003); and a recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council Individual "New Genre" Artist award (2002). Her work was featured in the publication, “Transmission Arts: Artists and Airwaves,” PAJ Publications, a genealogy of 150 artists whose works have explored the transmission arts genre from 1921 to the present.
In addition to producing her work, Ms. Nauheim is full-time tenured professor and chair at New York Institute of Technology's Department of Digital Art & Design. She sat on the Board of Directors of NYC ACM Siggraph (2004-2010) and chaired the 2008 NYC Metropolitan Area College Computer Animation Festival (MetroCAF). She has managed museum projects at the Contemporary Museum and the Walters Art Museum. In 2014, she received the ACE Women's Network, "Faculty Leader of the Year" award. She is currently on the Board of Directors of Abilities Inc of the Viscardi Center.
Terry Nauheim received her MFA in mixed media/digital arts in 2001 at University of Maryland and BFA in painting at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri in 1992 where she received a William Fett Drawing Award.