Audio Canvas

2015 marks our fourth summer in partnership with the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village. Audio Canvas takes listeners on a summer-long tour around the Anderson Ranch campus. Listeners are invited into the studios of renowned national and international artists. Learn more about Anderson Ranch programs, events, workshops, and visiting hours at www.AndersonRanch.org.

On Saturday, August 1st, the Anderson Ranch Arts Center will host its 35th annual Art Auction and community picnic. Becky Murray is a member of the Anderson Ranch Arts Center Board of Trustees and is the head of the Development Department, and Hailey Walsh is the Special Events Assistant. They discuss the history and details of the event. 

Sylvie Rosenthal is a woodworker, welder, and artist who is pioneering the field of sculpture and furniture design for women. She's teaching a two-week long workshop at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village this summer and takes us behind the scenes into the studio and her artistic process. 

To see more of Sylvie Rosenthal's work, visit her website at www.SylvieRosenthal.com. And visit www.AndersonRanch.org to learn more about this summer's workshops. 

  Telling a story through photographs...that's the objective of the Visual Storytelling and Documentary Photography workshop at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. The workshop is co-taught by James Estrin, The New York Times Senior Staff Photographer, and Ed Kashi, photojournalist and filmmaker whose work has appeared in National Geographic, Newsweek, TIME, and The New York Times Magazine, among others. 

Estrin and Kashi discuss their workshop at the Ranch, the developments they've seen in the field of photographer, and their careers. 

This week at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Nancy Wilhelms, Executive Director, and Andrea Wallace, the Artistic Director of Photography and New Media and the Director of the Workshop Program, discuss the Ranch's Scholarship and Partnership Program. The Ranch partners with over 60 colleges and universities around the country to bring undergraduate and graduate art students to the Snowmass Village arts center. And, the Ranch has a scholarship program for all students to help cover the costs for summer workshops and kids camps. 

Enrique Martinez Celaya has been coming to the Anderson Ranch Arts Center for over a decade. He is an established contemporary artist and a board member of the Ranch. Martinez Celaya discusses his work, inspirations, and challenges.

He will be leading a multi-year advanced workshop for serious artists looking to expand and improve their portfolios, and recently published a new book on his reflections and experiences at the ranch, On Art and Mindfulness

Elizabeth Ferrill is the new artistic director of painting, drawing, and printmaking at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village. She discusses her goals in her new position, as well as her personal work and inspiration. Ferrill recently did a study of fences along the U.S. / Mexico border. 

Audio Canvas is a weekly audio tour of the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Executive Director, Nancy Wilhelms, shares the center's history and mission to bridge art, education, and inspiration. The Ranch will host a myriad of events this summer including a conversation series, workshops, kids camps, guest faculty lectures, and lunchtime Auctionettes. 

Learn more about the Anderson Ranch Arts Center and their upcoming events at www.AndersonRanch.org

It's been a busy summer at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Executive Director Nancy Wilhelms discusses the summer's line up of  lectures series, symposiums, workshops, and what happens when things settle down at the Ranch.

In August, the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village hosted Making the Change They Want to See, a symposium featuring artists who are tackling social injustices through film, sculpture, photography, and performance. Steve McQueen, Academy Award-winning Director of 12 Years a Slave, was the keynote speaker. McQueen talks about his evolution through art and filmmaking, offers his advice to young artists, and discusses his new work.

Andy Brayman is an artist who works with 3D forms and technology - he taught a 3D printing workshop at Anderson Ranch Arts Center earlier this summer. Brayman talks about the possibilities and applications for 3D technology in the art world. Doug Casebeer, Associate Director of Anderson Ranch, also contributes.

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