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Digital Photography at Anderson Ranch | Aspen Public Radio

Date: July 3, 2012

Anderson Ranch Arts Center was one of the first art institutes to offer digital photography workshops. Aspen Public Radio’s “Audio Canvas” interviews Jim Baker and Andrea Wallace about the Ranch’s transition to digital media and finds out why Anderson Ranch keeps its darkroom facilities. Listen to APR’s segment on digital photography at Anderson Ranch online

Fossils Found At The Ranch

Date: December 10, 2010

Snowmass Village, CO – FOSSILS FOUND AT THE RANCH is an Anderson Ranch fall resident artists and staff exhibition inspired by the recent Snowmass Village fossil discovery, curated by resident artist J. Morrison.  The exhibition features “modern fossils” as art objects presented as an interactive, display site to be handled by the public. The exhibition […]

Anderson Ranch Creating Giant Wooly Mammoth Snow Sculpture in Snowmass Village

Date: December 9, 2010

If you’re in Snowmass Village look for a giant snowy mammoth in front of the Arrival Center at the bottom of base village.  A snowy mammoth sculpture will be created out of an 8’H x 8’W x 12’L rectangular snow block that was built compliments of the Snowmass Village Public Works Department for the Anderson Ranch Arts […]

Elizabeth Moreno

Date: December 8, 2010

Elizabeth Moreno, a former Digital Media and Photography intern (2007 & 2008), was awarded the Daylight Magazine / CDS Work-in-Process Prize. Check out this interview written by Trent Davis Bailey, another a former Photo/Digital intern (2010) to learn more: http://www.daylightmagazine.org/blog/2010/12/8/930

In Residence: Rebeca Méndez

Date: December 7, 2010

At the beginning of the residency Rebeca Méndez had a certain ambiguity surrounding her. This mainly revolved around the fact that she came two weeks late because she was at a different residency, on a boat…In the arctic circle. Despite her late start, Rebeca has fit in perfectly at the residency. And as a result […]

In Residence: Michael Mocho

Date: December 6, 2010

The turning studio’s long corridor creates a hallway of wooden parts, lathe stations and the symmetrical objects turned on them. Michael Mocho is quietly playing music as we walk into the studio. A few days earlier Michael stood here and described his work in terms of its detail and ability to sustain the viewer’s attention. […]

Featured Artists: Jason Schneider & Brian Gladwell

Date: May 4, 2009

In the first two days at Purchase, Jason and Brian experimented with steaming/bolting and torching stacked cardboard, experimenting with techniques outside of their comfort zones. On Tuesday, they had an idea-generating session and came up with a coffee table design. It did not use any of their discoveries from earlier experiments but was a nice […]