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Thursday, March 8, 2018, 1:00 p.m.2:00 p.m.
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Auditorium 150

Steven Woloshen was born in Canada in 1960. For more than thirty years, he has passionately created over fifty award-winning, abstract films and time-based installations for festivals, galleries, and museums.

Twice nominated for Canada's Governor General's award, he has received numerous research and creation grants and, most recently, was awarded the 2016 René Jodoin Lifetime Achievement Award and the 2015 Wiesbaden Lifetime Achievement Award. Woloshen is a teacher, film conservationist, animator, craftsman, and the author of two books, Recipes for Reconstruction: The Cookbook for the Frugal Filmmaker (2010), a hands-on manual for decay, renewal, and other handmade, analogue film techniques, and Scratch, Crackle & Pop! A Whole Grains Approach to Making Films without a Camera (2015).

Under his own banner, Scratchatopia, Woloshen has hosted solo retrospectives and taught handmade filmmaking techniques in Argentina, Morocco, the USA, Slovenia, Australia, France, Great Britain, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Slovakia, Poland, Mexico, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, and Canada.

This lecture is presented in conjunction with the exhibition From Frame to Film: Contemporary International Animation, on view in the Concourse Gallery through March 11.