Kathy Kasic is best known for her work on nature documentaries which have aired on public television and nature channels. The founding director for the Center for the Communication of Science, an art and science initiative at Montana State University, she is also an artist in residence at Tippet Rise Art Center in Fishtale, Montana, where she has created short films in collaboration with classically trained musicians who play concerts there each year. Tonight Kathy will present a program of her films, which utilize the natural light as it bends and shines off of sculptures installed around the 11,500 acre art ranch. Kathy will be on hand to introduce the program and take questions after the screening.
Appears in: Northwest Tracking
Genres: Experimental, Documentary
Other Films by Kathy Kasic
In the second film of Northwest Tracking Farm Edition: Industry and Animal Husbandry, we turn to Loose Horses, a film focusing on the intermediary auction pens by which horses might either find a new life or be sent to the slaughterhouse. Shot in Billings, Montana, the film examines the human-equine bond and how lines are …