Ethan Bach

Ethan Bach is an artist living and working in Denver, Colorado. He works on solo and collaborative media projects, including documentary video, interactive video installations, and the immersive digital dome. He has been called a visionary and “an artistic meteorologist of sorts who observes the surrounding human climate and forecasts what is to come” by The Santa Fe Reporter. Ethan graduated from The Evergreen State College with a BA in Media Production and subsequently completed an MFA in Electronic Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Bach has presented at such international art events as Aqua Art Miami, Electrocuciones Electrocutions in Madrid, and the Bangalore Queer Film Festival. Ethan Bach has given formal talks on art and technology at the Bucharest International Biennial for Contemporary Art, New Media Caucus / CAA Conference presentation, and the ix Symposium (International Symposium on Immersion and Experience).

Ethan fuses STEAM modalities in his teaching. He comes to Think 360 Arts with experience teaching college and high school students, college staff, and professional artists. His work (performance, residencies, and workshops) can integrate with Science, Math, Contemporary World Problems, History, and Art. Ethan Bach is also in the process of obtaining his yoga teacher certificate.

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https://vimeo.com/133190239

https://vimeo.com/112147182

https://vimeo.com/25706212

 

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Ethan Bach is available for full or part-time residencies.

Ethan Bach is available for professional development.

 

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Explore: Digital Arts, Professional Development, STEAM, Visual Arts, Dome Art, Film, Installations, Media, iPad


Pricing:

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  • Other Workshops Available Upon Request

    Workshop for grades K through 12th

    Other workshops available upon request: 360° Photography, Multimedia Storytelling, Digital Editing, Basic 3D Design Concepts, Digital Cinematography, History of New Media, Digital Photography, Basic Design Concepts, Web Design, Photogrammetry, Adobe Suite, or submit your idea.

  • Social Media Marketing

    Workshop or Residency for grades 7th through 12th

    Digital marketing is one of the most demanded skills in today’s marketplace and a must for any business owner, artist, or entrepreneur. Students will learn the most important aspects of social media marketing in a hands-on workshop. Students will learn ethics of communication and how to automate processes for easy content management.

  • Future Trends in New Media

    Workshop or Residency for grades 7th through 12th

    This workshop will look at future trends in new media exploring the latest techniques for web development, immersive media, and other media. Students will learn research skills and resources to keep informed on the bleeding edge of art and technology while presenting their own concepts on the future of new media.

  • Digital Dome Art

    Workshop or Residency for grades 7th through 12th

    A great course for digitally engaged art students. There is nothing like making a 360 immersive piece of art that you can immerse 120 people inside. In collaboration with a Digital Dome (digital planetarium) near you, student will learn how to create their art in the immersive dome. Using cutting edge techniques in immersive art creation, students will have the opportunity to make their artwork bigger than life.

  • Digital Portfolios

    Workshop or Residency for grades 4th through 12th

    Creating a digital portfolio can helps students to archive, share, and use their artwork to apply for schools, grants, and scholarships. This workshop will teach students how to digitize their artwork, organize files, and basic web design. At the end of the workshop, students will have an online (internet or intranet) portfolio of work.

  • Creative Mindfulness

    Workshop or Residency for grades K through 12th

    Mindfulness can help children in their abilities to pay attention, make better decisions, and connect with their creative self. The purpose of this workshop is to give students the skills to develop their awareness of their inner and outer experiences, to recognize their thoughts as “just thoughts”, to understand how emotions manifest in their bodies, to recognize when their attention has wandered, and to tap into various parts of the creative mind.

  • Digital Media Basics

    Workshop or Residency for grades 4th through 12th

    Students will learn the basic computer technology skills necessary to succeed in academic coursework. This workshop covers basic skills in digital file management, word processing and digital presentation and advanced skills necessary for academic success. By the end of the workshop, students will be able to prepare and present well-formatted academic papers, graphs, and screen-based presentations.

  • Bucky Gone Wild

    Workshop for grades K through 12th

    Exploring shapes in math, science and nature. Students learn the importance of structures such as triangles, cubes, decahedron, tetrahedra, octahedra, and geodesic. Through a multitude of hands on activities, including creating paper airplanes and building geodesic domes, students explore different structures that offer a variety of surface, volume, and strength.

  • Moving Images

    Workshop or Residency for grades 4th through 12th

    Building on the foundations of cinema, moving images provides a comprehensive hands on exploration of the digital moving image. Students become familiar basics including composition and lighting as well as learn how to properly handle video equipment. Students work collaboratively to create a short video project.

  • Media Literacy

    Workshop or Residency for grades K through 12th

    A fun exploration of contemporary media where students develop critical thinking skills and learn appropriate ways to create and disseminate their own media. The ability to read media creates youth who are better able to understand the complex messages we receive from online, television, and in print. Media literacy covers a wide range of topics providing tools to comprehend representation of gender, race, class, and sexuality in media thus building self-confidence. Media literacy skills support many curriculum requirements throughout most subjects.