Visual Arts

3:25pm

Wed July 3, 2013
CrossCurrents

CrossCurrents - Wilderness Workshop's Artist in Wilderness Program

Wilderness Workshop's Artist in Wilderness Program

Trent Burkett is a sculptor and professor of art. He is currently Full Professor of Ceramics and Sculpture and Chair of the Department of Visual Art at University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA.
www.trent-burkett.com/

Mary Dominick is on the board of Wilderness Workshop and heads up the Artist in Wilderness program
www.wildernessworkshop.org/

 

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11:14am

Mon July 1, 2013
Audio Canvas 2013

Audio Canvas - Katherine Bell & Children's Workshops

Summertime on the Anderson Ranch Campus

Katherine Bell, the Children's Program and Outreach Manager, discusses the summer children's workshops and the importance of creativity in today's youth. 

11:33am

Mon June 24, 2013
Audio Canvas 2013

Audio Canvas - Jenene Nagy

Jenene Nagy is the Artistic Director of Drawing, Painting and Printmaking at Anderson Ranch. She explains the experiences, techniques and goals of these departments and shares some of the unique workshops being offered this summer, including a computer-assisted font design printmaking workshop and a silverpoint workshop. 

9:41am

Mon June 17, 2013
Audio Canvas 2013

Audio Canvas - Del Harrow

Del Harrow, a ceramicist and Assistant Professor of Art at Colorado State University, taught a two-week workshop at Anderson Ranch titled "Digital Clay". The workshop studied the "hybrid" technique of combining technology and computer design with ceramics. Harrow explains the process, the results, and his personal inspirations. Del Harrow's work can be seen at his website: http://www.delharrow.net.

Visit www.andersonranch.org to see the list of summer workshops and for more information.

9:13am

Mon June 10, 2013
Audio Canvas 2013

Audio Canvas - Nancy Wilhelms

Nancy Wilhelms is the new Executive Director of the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado. Summer is full of events for Anderson Ranch: 140 workshops, featured and visiting artist lectures, weekly art "auctionettes" and children's programs. Wilhelms shares how locals, visitors, artists and non-artists can experience Anderson Ranch this summer.
 

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