Andrea Wallace, Director of Photography and Digital Media at Anderson Ranch and Photographer, discusses the evolving world of digital media and how artists are not only keeping up, but discovering new ways of using and consuming the digital image.
Elizabeth Ferrill's work is simple, geometric and colorful. She works in a variety of mediums from printmaking and painting to sculpture. Ferrill is teaching two week-long workshops at the Ranch in July and shares her personal inspirations and artistic endeavors.
Jenene Nagy is the Artistic Director of Drawing, Painting and Printmaking at Anderson Ranch. She explains the experiences, techniques and goals of these departments and shares some of the unique workshops being offered this summer, including a computer-assisted font design printmaking workshop and a silverpoint workshop.
If you get a DUI, your blood sample isn’t going to the state lab any more... that’s because the Colorado health department wasn’t handling them properly. We’ll get an update on what that means for drug and alcohol cases.
Indian Tribes across the west are strengthening their sovereignty by getting involved in natural resource development on or near reservations. The tribes in Colorado are involved in two hydro projects.
And fires may be burning differently-- because of changing weather, trees, and other factors. That means changes are in store for how firefighters take on wildfires.
Carbondale writer Jon Waterman has a new book out--after detailing the winding journey of the Colorado River, he’s put together what he calls a handbook for a life intertwined with the outdoors.
And, We’ll get a preview of three exhibitions opening in Basalt this weekend... they’re all by women artists.