Archive: Aspen

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 […]

Fourth of July Celebration

Date: July 5, 2017

Anderson Ranch Arts Center tied for first place in the Best Kid’s Float category! Click through below to view the photos from Aspen’s Old Fashioned July 4th Celebration.    

Interview with Mark Dion

Date: June 30, 2017

Tell me about your classes and what excites you about teaching at Anderson Ranch. The class is going to be a really interesting project. We are going to talk about the origins of museums and the history of cabinets of curiosity. We are going to imagine reconnecting into a broken chain that began in the […]

Interview with Linda Geary

Date: June 23, 2017

Tell me about your classes and what excites you about teaching at Anderson Ranch. It is a two week workshop this year, last year I taught a class for one week. It basically is an advanced painting class that is structured around talking and looking at painting. We discuss setting up studio exercises that push […]

Interview with Caroline Hanson

Date: June 16, 2017

Tell me about your classes and what excites you about teaching at Anderson Ranch. One of my classes is The Art of Legos for younger kids.  I am also teaching ArtBots, which is for the older kids. The Art of Legos I love because we play with traditional Legos and the kids make a lot of little trinkets. […]

Interview with Niki Haas

Date: June 9, 2017

  Tell me about your class and what excites you about teaching at Anderson Ranch. So the class is woodcarving; it’s a cool class because my father taught me how to carve on stone, but wood is actually a much easier medium to get going on. It’s what I did at Anderson Ranch when I […]

Meet Artist-in-Residence
Anthony Renda

Date: May 10, 2017

Where did you grow up? Reno, NV. How did you find out about Anderson Ranch Arts Center? After graduating from SAIC in December of 2015, a few mentors made the suggestion that I apply to the Anderson Ranch Artist  Residency Program. What are you working on during your residency? I am working on a few […]

Meet Artist-in-Residence
Yuki Maruyama

Date: May 2, 2017

Where did you grow up? I grew up in six different countries. Tokyo, Japan is where I spent the most amount of time— I lived there between the ages of 9 and 16. I went to a French school during this period, so my formative years were particularly complex, culturally speaking. How did you find […]