Christofer Gass is a fulltime student in the Digital Humanities Masters Program at CUNY, The Graduate Center. His capstone project is a text-based game of the 1964-1965 World’s Fair. While an undergrad at Columbus State University he received his B.A. in Art History with a minor in Geography. While attending CSU, Christofer was deeply involved with the Arts in Columbus. As an intern, he worked with the Bo Bartlett Center, the Columbus Museum and CSU’s Illges Gallery. As an employee, he worked for Bo Bartlett Studios and Alan Rothschild’s Do Good Fund, a collection of Contemporary Photography of the American South. As a volunteer, Christofer directed Bartlett’s Home Is Where The Art Is: an art program for the homeless community and assisted Bartlett with Art in Jails: an art program for inmates in Muscogee County Jail. He was also on the board of the Historic District Preservation Society.
Christofer’s role within VRD: Virtual Reconstruction Database is developer and UX designer. In addition to these roles, Christofer will also assist with research and wherever else needed within the group.