ana macarthur
LECTURES

2012
The Arts Catalyst, Panelist for “Making It Real”, a symposium on artists' and scientists' roles and work in creating awareness around climate change, London, England

2012
Pilchuck Glass School, Artist’s Presentations, Artist In Residence 2012 , Stanwood, Washington, USA

2012
ISEA 2012: Machine Wilderness,18th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Albuquerque, NM., USA

2012
Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

2010
Psychology of Color, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, New York, USA

2010
Sunlight and the Eye, Song of the Sun; A Film For This Ecological Moment (in the making) by Marilyn Hardy, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

2007
Instituto Cultural Brasil-Estados Unidos
,Project: Amazon Rainforest; na luz equatorial ha agua, Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil

2006
New Media Exhibitions class taught by David Stout, under the Moving Image Arts department, The College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

2004
Museum of Fine Arts
, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

Sonoran Art Foundation
, Tucson, Arizona, USA

2002
Panel participant, Art and Activism, The Santa Fe Art Institute, College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

2000
Holography 2000, A Journey Through Bui-Bui, former Jewish Synagogue, St. Pölten, Austria

1999
Friends of Contemporary Art, A Journey Through Bui-Bui, Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

1998
Dialogue Among Peers, sponsored by the Santa Fe Arts Council, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

1997
6th International Symposium on Display Holography,Tenuous Seed, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois, USA

1994
Interview, KUAT, Public Television, Tucson, Arizona, USA

The University of Arizona Museum of Art (sponsored by the Tucson Visiting Artists Consortium), Tucson, Arizona, USA

1992
Art Department, The University of Colorado
, Boulder, Colorado, USA

1991
Fourth International Symposium on Display Holography, A Light Touch, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois, USA

1990
Program in the Visual Arts, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Panel participant, guest artist, Albuquerque Technology Forum, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

1987
Participant and Lecturer at The National Sculpture Conference: Works by Women, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
TEACHING

2014
'The Carbon Promenades,' forthcoming conference in Europe joining 15 personalities with a spectrum of talents to face the urgency of a society without mined source of energy; MacArthur has been commissioned to develop a relevant learning module based on conference insights, for middle school level, and combining eco-literacy and art.

2010 - 2011
BOCES, Board of Education, Westchester and Putnum Counties, New York, networked and taught assorted workshops,‘Young Eyes See With Nature,’ for middle school, plans in place for near future with botanical gardens, science centers, FIT, and community organizations in the Greater New York Area, NY, USA.

2009
Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Workshop with middle school students designed to open the young mind to the integration of art, ecological awareness, and the significance of the sun.

2007
International School of Amazonas, Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil (a Cambridge, England, learning system). Workshop for middle school / high school students combining art/ seeing practices with principles of ecological awareness, and the role of the sun.

2006
The College of Santa Fe, Moving Image Arts Department, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Workshop on the history of lasers, holography, and international holographic art practices for New Media Exhibitions class taught by David Stout.

2005
Santa Fe Community College, Art Department, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Workshop on silver holography as intro to sequel course titled 'Holographics'. Hands-on beginners holography and history of holography.

2004
Truman Middle School, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Designed and taught middle school 'Optics Summer Camp' engaging interactive curriculum to inspire students about optics.

Sonoran Art Foundation, Tucson, Arizona, USA. Workshop 'Holography in Glass' at school of glass, using dichromate and silver holography techniques with green diode laser, included a lecture on history of holographic art.

2003-05
West Mesa High School, Photonics Academy, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Designed and taught holography curriculum . Funded by Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2003
Santa Fe Community College, Art Department, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Workshop, as intro to a sequel course titled 'Holographics'. Beginners level hands on dichromate holography, with history of holography.

1994
The College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Dichromate holography workshop for bachelors level non-silver photography class, with lectures and hands-on demonstrations, and broadening the traditional photographers idea of making images with light.
BIBLIOGRAPHY (selected)

2010
Radius Books and 516 Arts: LAND/ ART New Mexico; essays by Lucy Lippard,  William L. Fox, and Bill Gilbert, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June, 2010

2009
Marin Sardy, Ana MacArthur: Where Light Meets Water; Mumuru on the Equator T12a, THE Magazine, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sept. 2009

Harmony Hammond, Light, Water- Land Based Art, Albuquerque Journal North, Santa Fe Edition, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 24, 2009

Paul Weideman, Leaves of Mass, Pasatiempo, The New Mexican, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 26, 2009

2008
Zane Fischer, Wet, If Not Wild; Water Planet Has an Apt Home within Government, Santa Fe Reporter, Santa Fe, NM

2006
Sean Johnston, Holographic Visions: A History of New Science, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England

2003
Colleen Barrett, The Observer, St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana

Doug Tyler, Leading Lights: Women In Holography, exhibition catalog, Moreau Art Galleries, St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana

2002
Dottie Indyke, Journal North, Albuquerque Journal, New Mexico

Holography 2000, catalogue for international exhibition, St. Pölten, Austria

2000
Marjorie St. Claire, Women and the Environment, video produced of panel of 4 participants including artist Ana Mac Arthur

Andy Pepper, Windows With Memory, Creative Holography in the Real World, This Side Up; Valkenswaard, The Netherlands, #10

Ana MacArthur, A Journey Through Bui-Bui, Holography 2000; Werner Sobotka and Tung Jeong, editors; Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 4149, pg. 239-245, 2000

Konkret, St. Pölten, Austria, Nr. 6, 2000.

1999
Marjorie St. Claire, Discovering the Relationship Between Art and Science, video produced of two artists working with light, Ana MacArthur and Charles Ross (Star- Axis)

CD-ROM, Art Holography - The Real Virtual 3D Images, produced by Groupe de Recherche en arts Médiatiques, Artist / Participant in CD-ROM, University of Quebec, Montreal, Canada

Benjamin Forde, editor, Arté Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Fall 1999

Susan Carlisle, New York Arts, New York, New York, Sept. 1999

Susan Carlisle, Critical Reflections, THE Magazine, Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 1999

Guy Cross, Interview,THE Magazine, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 1999

El Palacio, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 1999

Ruth Lopez, Long Black Veil, Pasatiempo, The New Mexican, Santa Fe, New Mexico, May 1999

Fiberarts, Asheville, North Carolina, Sept. 1999

1997
Wesley, Pulkka, Water In A Thirsty Land, Journal North, Albuquerque Journal, Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 1997

Gussie Fauntleroy, Activists, Artists, Join Voices with Rio Grande, Pasatiempo, The New Mexican, Santa Fe, NM, June 1997

1996
Lis Bensley, The Artists Art Gallery, Pasatiempo, The New Mexican, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 11, 1996

1995
Andrew Pepper, Editor,The Creative Holography Index, Vol. II, # 4, Monand Press, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, 1995

1994
Paul Ivey, Critical Reflections,THE Magazine, Santa Fe, New Mexico, December 1994, p. 69

Diane Armitage,Quinta Essentia: The Centered Four, exhibition catalogue, The University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona

Project Intercommunications Center, NTT (ICC), ICC Artists Database, Working Research Version 1994: CD-ROM Based Model, Tokyo, Japan, 1994

1992
Hart Hill, Unblinded by Science, Denver Westword, Denver, Colorado, December

Patricia Straub, High Tech Hits MSCD Center for the Visual Arts, The Metropolitan, Denver, Colorado, November 20

1991
Ann MacArthur, A Light Touch; On the Future of Mapping Back Into Moiréd Memory,International Symposium on Display Holography, Vol. IV, SPIE, Bellingham, Washington

Simone Ellis, Light Years Ahead, The New Mexican, Santa Fe, New Mexico, January 18

1990
Art Goodtimes, A Light Touch; On the Future of Mapping Back Into Moiréd Memory, Holosphere, Vol. 17, #1, New York, New York

Art Goodtimes, The Moiré the Better, The Telluride Times-Journal, Telluride, Colorado, February 1