This Week at Anderson Ranch – 8/7 – 8/13

Date: August 12, 2016

A great week of workshops and the end to our 2016 Summer Series featuring the Haas Brothers. Ceramicists Takashi Nakazato and Fumiko Nagai are busy creating in the Visiting Artist studio. Students are fabricating 3D printers, developing unconventional prints and pursuing travel photography. Jim Chaffin, long time friend of the Ranch, auctioneered our Friday Auctionette. What an honor!

This Week at Anderson Ranch – 7/31 – 8/6

Date: August 5, 2016

A busy week at Anderson Ranch! Photographer Alex Prager and Adam Lerner from the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver discussed her latest work as our Summer Series continues. The ceramics workshop fired pieces in the wood kiln, collectively keeping it running morning, noon and night. Sculpture students learned how to bronze cast using a traditional […]

This Week at Anderson Ranch – 7/24 – 7/30

Date: July 29, 2016

Another wonderful week at Anderson Ranch! Visiting Artist photographer Catherine Opie explored a new project in clay and sculpture artist Liza Lou shared her work with us in the ongoing Summer Series. Joshua Davis was in New Media passing on his knowledge of coding, allowing students to paint with sound. Workshops were busy creating clay figures, iPhone photographs, bronze […]

50th Anniversary Celebration & Recognition Dinner

Date: July 29, 2016

What an incredible evening! It was a privilege to host our honorees, Carrie Mae Weems and Eleanore and Domenico De Sole, and all of our 50th Anniversary Celebration & Recognition Dinner guests for an event to remember. You made this very special anniversary a wonderful success! A big thank you goes to our Board of […]

This Week at Anderson Ranch – 7/10 – 7/16

Date: July 15, 2016

We have had an outstanding week of lectures and conversations with Jerry Saltz, Tom Sachs and Tom Healy and more. Photojournalist Ed Kashi and New York Times photographer James Estrin were on campus teaching an Advanced Mentored Study workshop and documenting Anderson Ranch life. Students and faculty in workshops were busy creating ceramic pieces, paintings, sculptures and prints. Kids in the […]