Audio Canvas

2017 marks our sixth 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 the final episode of this season's Audio Canvas, we meet Jody Guralnick, artist and curator, in her home studio to discuss the exhibition A tree is not a forest.

I spoke with Pamela Joseph, a multi-media artist, to discuss a Critical Dialogue panel on censorship across cultural contexts.   

This week on Audio Canvas, Hailey Walsh discussed all that the 37th Annual Art Auction on August 5th has to offer. 

This week on Audio Canvas, Sarah Thornton discusses a panel she will lead called Sisters on Top: Art-world professionals talk about Islam, Immigration and Ingenuity. The panel features Diana Al-Hadid, Hume Bhabha, and Leila Heller.   

Meet the Greenbergs, Anderson Ranch's Service to the Arts Honorees. 

This week Helen explains the history and importance of Black Mountain College.  

This week Wallace and Bell discuss the importance of the scholarship program that brings high school students from downtown Chicago to the Rocky Mountains. 

Anderson Ranch Arts Center Featured Artists in Conversation series gives attendees a deeper understanding of contemporary art and art making. This week on Audio canvas, we meet one such artist - William J. O'Brien. 

This week on audio canvas we learn all that that the Ranch has to offer for some of arts youngest enthusiasts. 

An instructor who rejects formal structure Niki Haas, of the Haas Brothers, explains  how they grew organically and what his wood working students can expect. 

Nancy Wilhelms, Executive Director of Anderson Ranch Arts Center, sat down to preview all that the ranch has to offer this summer. From the Critical Dialogue series to Children's Workshops, the ranch is a whirlwind of activity. 

For the final interview of the summer, I sat down with Nancy Wilhelms to take a look back at the events of the summer and talk about the Ranch's plans for the coming fall and winter.  

This week on Audio Canvas I sit down with Andrea Wallace, chair of the Internship Program, to discuss the importance that this new generation of helping hands has on the Ranch. This weeks episode has been produced by APR intern Matt Kendrick. 

This week at Anderson Ranch I talk to Jessica Cerise and Liz Ferrill to talk about the ArtWorks Store. The ArtWorks Store is open year-round. Summer hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5:30 pm and Sunday 12 noon - 6 pm. Non-summer hours are Monday-Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.  

This week I meet with Katherine Bell to see what the summer and fall have in store for the children at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. 

   This week on Audio Canvas I meet with Doug Casebeer, Associate Director & Artistic Director of Ceramics, and Betsy Chaffin, honorary board trustee about the 50th anniversary celebration week beginning July 17th.

This Week on Audio Canvas I meet with Tom Sachs  internationally acclaimed contemporary artist. 

This week on Audio Canvas we meet with Sue Hostetler, vice chair of the board at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and chair of the featured artists lecture series. Find out all that the ranch has to offer this summer. 

This week on Audio Canvas we meet with Enrique Martinez Celaya world renowned contemporary artist and Anderson ranch Board member. Celaya examines choices, truth, and authenticity through his works. This summer Celaya will lead workshops, lectures and mentees. 

This week on Audio Canvas we meet with the Haas Brothers. The twins make whimsical reflections of the world around them. They are spending their time at the ranch expanding their skills, discussing philosophy and building new relationships.


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