Greg Bowers is currently Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Composition at the College. In his first year as co-chair for EqualityWM, he is primarily charged with facilitating the group's social agenda.
As a composer, his creative work includes major themes of sexuality in the forms of concert and popular music, multimedia, and performance art. He is also director of the College's Performance Art Ensemble, Hyper-Arts (MUSC E22). His has received awards from the New York Foundation for the Arts, Regional Arts and Culture Council of Portland, and he was the winner of the 2012 Virginia Music Teachers Association Commission. His performance art, as post-drag queen Ginger Moloko, has been seen widely at festivals on the East and West Coasts. In 2010, he completed Lewis and Alice, a commissioned musical on the life and works of Lewis Carroll. When not teaching and working in the arts, he enjoys volunteering for national leather charity organizations. He lives with his partner of 15 years, Patrick Teague, in Williamsburg.