Krista Connerly on Sat, 7 Apr 2007 16:35:43 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime-ann> Scholarships for Interactive Sculpture Class

Title: Scholarships for Interactive Sculpture Class
Two Merit Scholarships Available

Organic Motion: kinetic and interactive sculpture. Call for Applications: Two Merit Scholarships available for emerging or mid-career artists to take a two-week course with instructors Anat Pollack and Mark Koven, and guest artist Jim Campbell. This course will take place from July 30 - August 10. Deadline April 22.

These awards are designed to help artists interested in learning more about physical computing and its use in interactive sculpture. Scholarships include: Full tuition, lodging and meals for the duration of the course. Winning applicants must provide for their own travel and studio fees. To view more about this class and faculty please visit

Concept: In this workshop we will work in both the sculpture and digital studios to explore interactive and kinetic sculptural art. Students will draw from the environment, combining organic and manmade materials with natural forces and physical computing, to create sculptures that move and interact with the viewer. This class will expand your conceptual and technical vocabulary as you learn how to think about and incorporate natural materials in your designs as well as sensors, motors, microcontrollers and other forms of input and output.

To apply: Send resume, examples of work, and a brief statement that answers the following questions: What is your current work about? Why do you want to take this course and how do you see it effecting your development as an artist? You may apply by mail or e-mail. Applications must be received by April 22.
e-mail applications to
mail to:
Attn: Rick Parsons/Krista Connerly
Re: Program Excellence Scholarship
Anderson Ranch Art Center
5263 Owl Creek Road
Anderson Ranch Art Center
Snowmass Village, CO 81615

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, located 10 miles outside of Aspen Colorado, is an artists' community offering workshops and residencies. The newly expanded digital media program offers classes in video, digital imaging, animation, interactive media, and physical computing. Summer workshop faculty are professionals in their field and include nationally and internationally renowned artists. Residencies are also available for emerging artists wishing to experiment and establish new directions of growth in their work. Please contact the Digital Media Program Director Krista Connerly at or the Sculpture Program Coordinator Rick Parsons at with any questions.
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