Erika Lynne Hanson
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Erika Lynne Hanson is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator whose work is rooted in textile practices. The projects range from video to participatory public installations that actively engage with the notion of landscape. Currently Assistant Professor of Fibers/Socially Engaged Practices at Arizona State University, Hanson received her MFA from California College of the Arts, and a BFA in Fiber from The Kansas City Art Institute. Her work has been exhibited at spaces that range from Form + Concept in Santa Fe, to Field Projects in NYC, to the Tucson Museum of Art. Additionally, Hanson has participated in residency programs such as The Icelandic Textile Center, and The Wrangell Mountain Center in McCarthy, AK and received a Frontier Fellowship from Epicenter located in Green River, Ut. All of these experiences support the ongoing dialogue regarding landscape within her practice.
CINEMATOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS WITH WYATT GARFIELD
Wyatt Garfield is a New York-based director of photography originally hailing from Portland, ME. After studying cinematography at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Wyatt's thesis film, "The Execution of Solomon Harris," premiered at Sundance in 2007, launching his career as a narrative DP. He recently premiered his fourth feature at Sundance, and has had his films shown at such premier festivals as Cannes, Berlin, Tribeca, and SXSW. Wyatt often shoots in remote locations, far from the conveniences of established film industry.