Virtual Art Salon with Mark Dorf
May 3, 2022 4PM-5PM MST
This Virtual Art Salon is free of charge and welcomes all artists, art students, educators, and enthusiasts. Mark Dorf will present his work in conversation with Elizabeth Ferrill, Artistic Director of Painting, Drawing and Printmaking; Chair, Artists-in-Residence Program; Chair, Critical Dialog. We invite you to join us via Zoom!
Mark Dorf is a New York-based artist whose practice utilizes photography, video, digital media and sculpture. Mark is influenced by human perceptions of and interactions with what is commonly referred to in Western Culture as “Nature”, urbanism, design and virtual environments. He reveals these subjects’ entanglement and integration as an inclusive and lively planetary ecology helping to navigate away from environmental collapse and to imagine a New Nature.
Mark Dorf is a New York-based artist whose practice utilizes photography, video, digital media, and sculpture. Mark is influenced by human perceptions of and interactions with what is commonly referred to in Western Culture as “Nature,” as well as urbanism, design, and virtual environments. He reveals these subjects’ entanglement and integration as an inclusive and lively planetary ecology, helping to navigate away from environmental collapse and to imagine a New Nature.
Andrea Jenkins Wallace
Vice President of Artistic Affairs, Artistic Director of Photography and New Media
After completing an undergraduate degree in Communications Media, Andrea Jenkins Wallace received her M.F.A. from the University of Colorado Boulder. Before coming to the Ranch in 2008, she worked for over ten years in academia, holding tenure track appointments at Lake Forest College and Willamette University. She is often an invited speaker to colleges and universities including Pratt Institute, the University of Denver and the University of South Florida. She has also been a featured speaker at the Denver Art Museum and the Stonewall National Museum. In 2021, Wallace co-taught a class entitled Photography, Race and Gender at Colorado College. Her film, Rochell and Brian, a documentary about teenage pregnancy, premiered at the New York International Independent Film Festival. She exhibits nationally and internationally with numerous shows throughout the Americas, Europe, China and the Middle East. Preferred Pronouns: She/Her
May 3, 2022 4PM-5PM MST
While You're On Campus
The Ranch Café
The Ranch Café is closed to the public from October through May. The Café offers a wide variety of freshly made food and beverage options during select months of the year.
This gallery space on the Anderson Ranch campus is home to contemporary and rustic ranch architectural elements and provides the backdrop for rotating exhibitions throughout the year.
Gallery Hours (October – May):
Monday – Thursday, 10AM-3PM