Richard Holeton is author of the hypertext novel Figurski at Findhorn on Acid, other widely-exhibited electronic and multimedia literature, and short fiction and experimental poetry in many journals including Indiana Review, Mississippi Review, Vassar Review, ZYZZYVA, and Forklift, Ohio. His other writing awards include fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Brown Foundation/Dora Maar House, California Arts Council, and Henfield Foundation. Holeton is an education consultant and Assistant Vice Provost for Learning Environments, Emeritus, at Stanford University. He previously served as director of academic computing services, and he taught for 12 years in Stanford's writing program and English department, helping pioneer digital and networked pedagogies and the design of technology-rich learning spaces. His scholarship includes articles, book chapters, conference talks, and innovative college textbooks such as Composing Cyberspace: Identity, Community, and Knowledge in the Electronic Age and he is co-creator of the Learning Space Rating System (EDUCAUSE). He lives near Half Moon Bay, CA.
Richard Holeton worked in the Schelling studio.
Marian Nevins MacDowell funded construction of this studio the year that the organization was established and the first artists arrived for residency. It was called Bark Studio until 1933, when it was renamed in honor of Ernest Schelling, a composer, pianist, and orchestral leader who served as president of what was then called the Edward MacDowell…