An active inter-media artist, Deanna Morse (June 2012) has created over 40 art films, animation, installations, and multimedia pieces. These works have been screened internationally, won awards at festivals, and are represented in permanent collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Her films for children have been broadcast on Sesame Street and Romper Room, her experimental films on PBS and cable. She was selected as an artist-in-residence at the Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas (2009), and Porcupine Mountains State Park, Michigan (2008). Morse serves on the international board (formerly as Vice-President) of ASIFA/International l’Association Internationale du Film d’Animation, the oldest international organization for animators, affiliated with UNESCO. Her academic career includes an MFA in Art and Technology from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, a certificate in computer animation from Sheridan College and an MA in Film and Teaching from Goddard College.