Artspace is non-profit organization offering affordable places for artists to live and work. There are headquarters in Minneapolis and ofﬁces in Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, Seattle and Washington D.C., as well as spaces listed below across the country. Santa Cruz, CA Digital Media and Creative Arts Center CA- Santa Cruz Artspace Tannery Lofts
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A long-exposure photograph taken in Wyoming during an artist residency at Brush Creek, where the strange red glow during a rare rainy night was actually from a near-by town twenty miles away. From the new series, “Until the End of the World.”
Wyoming In Fog Night Landscape Photography In setting up a long exposure photograph of about an hour while at an artist residency in Ucross, Wyoming–a car came by. At first I was annoyed and thought the photograph was “ruined,” because I wanted to capture just the dark outline of the trees in the distance. But
Capturing the Environment, Glaciers and Norse History at Night Grant Support From American-Scandinavian Foundation and The Lois Roth Endowment See also, “Photographing the Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers in Greenland.” Sleeping next to a glacier in Greenland at night was terrifying, stunning and exhilarating. The sounds at night were compelling. They ranged from thundering ice breaks; strange baaing
Cracking Glaciers Replaced With Sirens: Returning from Greenland to New York Cracking glaciers and baaing sheep have been replaced from noise from Second Avenue in the East Village: welcome back from a month photographing in Greenland. #GreenlandPhoto See also, “Photographing the Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers in Greenland,” and, “Why I Slept Next to a
Changing Climate and History: “Inertia,” Greenland Photography Project Funded by the American-Scandinavian Foundation and Lois Roth Endowment Photographing the Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers, Aiming to Link History and the Environment Informed by Changing Climate and History Follow on Social Media Using #GreenlandPhoto Capturing the receding glaciers in Greenland is the focus of recent grants
Waiting in Ambiguity: Casandra in Afternoon Light Photo Commission, Steve Giovinco Cassandra stood in the kitchen, with afternoon light. See related article: Find Your Way Creatively: Let the Work Lead You Through, A Guide for Artists and Photographers
It Seems Like the End is Near: Night Photography in Wyoming The town of Buffalo is about twenty miles away, but it oddly glowed in the foggy night. Strange. Later it rained, and nearby on the main road, a truck stopped in the middle of the road with no driver; moments later it was gone.
Dru, Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania. We came across a strange yurt-like structure; it was unlocked, so we went in. The light was perfect as Dru laid down.