Dylan A. Marcheschi is a New York based multidisciplinary artist working across a range of audio/visual arts, most prominently film and sound art. He studied history and art at Columbia University where he spent time studying at the pioneering Computer Music Center, later earning his MFA at Hunter College. He is currently active in a variety of fields, from past work on musical arrangements for a sold out production at New York’s Public Theater to most recently serving as producer on an award-winning PBS documentary series. He has curated several film and animation screenings, as well as a long-running monthly New Music series in Brooklyn. He is currently organizing a video art series in collaboration with Manhattan public access Channel 4 and Harvestworks, and hosts the decades long running Afternoon New Music show Mondays on WKCR. He is a Brooklyn Arts Council grant recipient for several years running, teaches new media as an adjunct professor, and frequently gives public workshops. His work is supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and has been presented by the American Composers Forum and New Music USA. Locally he has performed and exhibited work at Outpost, Anthology, the Independent Filmmakers Project, Harvestworks, NYU, the Made in NY Media Center, the Firehouse, Silent Barn, the Park Church Coop, and Knockdown Center among others.