Aspen High School Photo Contest Winners!

Date: November 1, 2017

On October 15th, the Aspen High School Photography Club announced the winners of its inaugural photo contest. Dylan DeGraff, son of Anderson Ranch trustee Liza Mauck, founded the Aspen High School Photography Club and said he did it “to promote collaboration and creativity through photography, to share and critique the photographs of peers, and to […]

Spooktacular Creepy Crafts

Date: October 26, 2017

Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate out Spooktacular Creepy Crafts event here at Anderson Ranch!  Children and families joined us in trick or treating around the studios and participating in spooky crafts inside Schermer Meeting Hall. Earlier in the day we also hosted a staff and Artist-in-Residence halloween costume contest! Check out all […]

Anderson Ranch in New York City!

Date: October 23, 2017

Trustees, National Council members and friends enjoyed special art activities in NYC which included a guided tour of the Ruth Asawa and Ad Reinhardt exhibits at David Zwirner Gallery, a guided tour of lower east side galleries led by Lowell Pettit, a visit at R & Company where artist Katie Stout led us through her […]

Thank You Evelyn

Date: September 25, 2017

Last week we welcomed Evelyn Siegel and her family from Texas to celebrate the past and future of the Anderson Ranch Children’s program. Evelyn’s passion for children’s art education and her dedication to the growth of Anderson Ranch Arts Center led her and her husband to gift the money to build the Martin and Evelyn […]

Weekly Workshop Photos

Date: August 9, 2017

So much happens each week around the Ranch and our photo team does their best to capture some of those memorable moments.  Some images and videos get featured on our Facebook and Instagram pages so make sure to add us to see the latest updates: Facebook  /  Instagram To request high quality image files, send […]

Interview with Richard Renaldi

Date: July 14, 2017

Tell me about your class and what excites you about teaching at Anderson Ranch. It’s called a sense of place, and it’s going to be basically creating a portfolio or a body of work around the idea of telling a story about some local place like the rodeo, the town of Aspen, or a particular […]

Interview with Ed Kashi

Date: July 7, 2017

Tell me about your class and what excites you about teaching at Anderson Ranch. This is the second part of the Visual Storytelling & Documentary Photography Projects workshop that will begin this year, so this is a cool and exciting program coming up. What is exciting is that it’s one of a kind. I teach a number […]