Week 3 of the 3 week workshop Cross-disciplinary Studio Concentration: Woodworking, Sculpture & Fab Lab.
Customize your experience in three different studios at Anderson Ranch! During this workshop, students utilize and explore the Woodworking studio, Sculpture studio and Digital Fabrication Lab. Experiences can be project- based or driven by a desire to explore a new set of techniques and technologies. Demonstrations and instruction are tailored to the individual needs and interests of the student. Staff are available to answer questions, offer guidance and discuss ideas. Students engage in cross-disciplinary activities in the three studios as their work and interests dictate.
Explore all techniques included in the Digital Fabrication Lab, the Woodworking & Furniture studio, and the Sculpture studio.
Leah Aegeter is an artist working primarily with wood, steel, and digital techniques to create object-based sculpture and installation. She holds a BFA in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design and is the current Fab Lab Technician at Anderson Ranch Arts Center.
Zakriya Rabani was born and raised in Naples, FL receiving his BFA from the University of Florida and MFA from the University of South Florida. He recently participated in a summer long residency at the Franconia Sculpture Park in St. Croix, MN. Some of his influences consist of the relentless repetitive nature of the blue-green crashing waves and the push for strategic explosions of energy in the world of sport and competition. He is the current Studio Coordinator of Sculpture at Anderson Ranch.
Mark Tan is a studio furniture maker who received his degree in furniture design in the crafts & design program at Sheridan College in Toronto, Ontario. He is the Studio Coordinator for Furniture Design & Woodworking at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and has exhibited work in Canada and the United States.