Special Coverage

CrossCurrents
3:25 pm
Wed September 4, 2013

CrossCurrents - Haiti School Project Update

Al Cunningham and Richard DeCampo of the Haiti School Project. Also an update from Haiti School Project co-founder Tim Myers from Haiti.

More on the project: http://haitischoolproject.org/

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Multimedia Feature
2:20 pm
Wed September 4, 2013

Horses for Heroes

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Audio Canvas 2013
2:47 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

Audio Canvas - Fall at the Ranch

From the first week of June to Labor Day, Anderson Ranch Arts Center is full of working artists, children's workshops, firing kilns, busy cafe kitchen staff, artist lectures, and a variety of other events on and off the campus (to touch on a few). Anderson Ranch's campus closes down for the first week of September, but the season doesn't stop there. Three more works of intensive workshops and artists-in-residence keep the autumn busy. Nancy Wilhelms, the Executive Director of Anderson Ranch, sat down to explain what exactly happens when the busy weeks of summer come to a close. 

More information on Anderson Ranch can be found here

Audio Canvas 2013
9:54 am
Mon August 26, 2013

Audio Canvas -- Brad Miller

"E-13-04"
Harvey / Meadows Gallery. 21" x 21" x 3" Ceramic, glaze 2013.

Artist Brad Miller is no stranger to the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Arriving at the Ranch in 1980, Miller ran the ceramics studio from 1980 - 1984 and then served as the Executive Director from 1984 - 1992. He is back at the Ranch to teach a two-week long ceramics workshops, focused on ceramic forms and glazes. Miller now lives in Los Angeles and works in a variety of mediums, including painting and photography, in addition to his functional and structural ceramic work. More of his work can be found here

A collection of Miller's work is now on display at the Harvey Meadows Gallery in Aspen. 

CrossCurrents
3:04 pm
Wed August 21, 2013

CrossCurrents - Pitkin County Library and the Hudson Reed Ensemble

On this edition of CrossCurrents, Carolyne Heldman speaks with Anita Rosenberg and Martha Durgy about the Pitkin County Library Traveler Series, Shopping for Nirvana: Travels in India. Also, Carolyne talks to Kent Reed of the Hudson Reed Ensemble's newest production. The free summer Shakespeare in the Park play this year is Romeo and Juliet.

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