Thursday, December 20, 2012

Meet Keith Carter!

Recipient of the 2009 Texas Medal of Arts and called a "Poet of the Ordinary" by the Los Angeles Times, Keith Carter's haunting, enigmatic photographs have been shown in over one hundred solo exhibitions in thirteen countries. Eleven books of his work have been published and  a documentary film: A Certain Alchemy, available in DVD, was released by Anthropy Arts, NY.
We are thrilled to bring Keith to our 2013 faculty this year!  For a direct link to his course description with us please click below!

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Meet Seth Apter!

Meet one of our new Mixed Media instructors for 2013...Seth Apter from New York.  He will be here in May offering two fabulous workshops...


Seth Apter is a mixed-media artist from New York City, focused primarily on paper arts, book arts, and textural assemblage. His artwork and writing can be seen on multiple websites, including, and have been published in multiple books, national magazines, and independent zines. Seth is currently working on his first book, The Pulse of Mixed Media.

Q: What’s the best book you’ve read lately?

A: RicĂ« Freeman-Zachery’s Living the Creative Life is my go to book right now. I constantly read random pages for inspiration.

Q: What’s the most inspiring trip you’ve ever taken or adventure you’ve ever had?

A: Two plus weeks wandering around Italy. It doesn’t get better than that!

Q: What’s the last thing you cooked?

A: Does cereal count?

Q: If you could surround yourself with only one color, what would it be?

A: The color where the ocean meets the sky.

Q: What’s your favorite place in all the world?

A: NYC. And how great that I actually live there.

Q: What one thing do you want to do that you haven’t done yet?

A: Travel to all the countries on my list that I haven’t yet been to. It’s a long list.

Q: What’s the best day you’ve ever had?

A: I didn’t know it at the time but it was the last dinner with my whole family before my mother died.

Q: What’s today’s Word to Live By?

A: You never know…