Enid Baxter Ryce

Enid Baxter Ryce

Director, CSUMB Salinas Center for Arts and Culture

Professor, Experimental Arts and Environmental Studies

CSU Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

Education
Master of Fine Art, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California
2000
Bachelor of Fine Art, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, New York
1996
Ellen Battel Stoekel Fellow, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
1995
Selected Awards and Honors
Science Education Partnerships Grant Recipient
2020
National Institutes of Health
Better Selves Fellow
2020
Knoll Farm
Transportation Authority for Monterey County Award
2020
Fellow
2020
CURE
Peace Award
2019
Monterey County
Community Partnerships Award
2019
Marion Penn
Fellow
2019
CURE
Fellow
2019
AgKnowledge
Co-recipient, Community Arts Grant
2018
Arts Council for Monterey County
Capitol Grant Awardee
2017
Monterey Peninsula Foundation
Artist in Residence
2016
Monterey Museum of Art
California Stories, War Comes Home Grant
2014
California Council for the Humanities
Community Impact Grant
2014
Community Foundation for Monterey County
Champion of the Arts, Education
2012
Arts Council for Monterey County
Grant Recipient
2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Broadband Technology Opportunity Program
Arts Council for Monterey County Grant
2009
Co-recipient
Educational Seed Grant
2008
Apple Computers
California Stories Grant
2006
California Council for the Humanities
Kodak Grant for Independent Film Production
2005
Durfee Artists' Resource for Completion Grant
2002
Kodak Grant for Independent Film Production
2002
Selected Solo Exhibitions and Screenings
Atmosphere
2022
Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History
War and the Weather
2021
Glimmerglass, Cooperstown, NY
War and the Weather
2018
Philip Glass Days and Nights Festival, Big Sur, CA
Planet Ord
2017
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
A Land for War
2017
National Gallery Theater, Washington, D.C.
Insignia of Fort Ord
2016
Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey, CA
THE WEST
2015
Contemporary Video Art Center, Stanislaus, CA
Planet Ord
2014
Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, CA
Seaside’s 60th Anniversary
2014
Walter Avery Gallery, Seaside City Hall, Seaside, CA
Planet Ord
2014
Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, CA
Water, CA (with Nicole Antebi)
2012
Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
Water, CA (with Nicole Antebi)
2011
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA Signs, Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA
Signs
2011
Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA
Planet Ord
2010
DMDC, Department of Defense, Monterey, CA A Film is a Burning Thing, Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA
A Film is a Burning Thing
2010
Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA
A Film is a Burning Thing
2009
CCA Andratx, Mallorca, Spain (curated by Barry Schwabsky)
Olive’s Backyard Concert
2008
Link Contemporary Art, Claremont, CA
The Wire 25: Secret Cinema
2007
The Roxy, London, UK (with Jesse Stead, Curated by Mark Webber)
Local 909er
2007
Sweeney Art Museum, Riverside, CA
Local 909er
2007
Wignall Museum, Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Enid Baxter Blader’s Screening and Giant Vegetable Contest
2004
Los Angeles Contemporary
True Love Always
2004
Anna Helwing Gallery, Los Angeles, California
LETTER FROM THE GIRL
2003
Aurora Picture Show, Houston, Texas
LETTER FROM THE GIRL
2003
Cinescape at The Hideout, Austin, Texas
LETTER FROM THE GIRL, MAILED AT THE GAS STATION
2002
Location One, New York, New York (catalog)
New Work
2001
Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, California (catalog)
Wise Blood
2001
Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California
Selected Group Exhibitions and Screenings
Calafia: MexiCali Biennial
2019
Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
New Filmmakers
2018
Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
DC Environmental Film Festival
2017
Washington D.C.
Videotag
2014
Thinh Studios, Hawthorne, CA (catalog)
Carte De California
2013
Kellog Museum, Pomona, CA
Codex Dynamic
2013
DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Herman La Prada
2012
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The Ord
2011
Rooftop Films, New York, NY
New York Stories
2011
Anthology of Film Archives, New York, NY
Information Economy
2011
DUMBO Art Center, Brooklyn, NY
Atlanta Underground Film Festival
2011
Atlanta, GA
Globians International Film Festival
2011
Berlin, Germany
Set Theory
2010
Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA
Psycho-Geo
2010
Other Cinema, San Francisco, CA
MOCA Fresh
2009
Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Los Angeles
Slamdance Anarchy
2009
Park City, Utah
Green Shorts
2009
Hello Lucky, Houston, TX
San Francisco International Children’s Film Festival
2009
San Francisco, CA
Psycho-Geo
2009
Other Cinema, San Francisco, CA
New Filmmakers
2009
Soho House, New York, NY
California Video
2008
J.Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Mill Valley Film Festival
2008
Berkeley, CA
California Scenarios
2008
Orange County Museum of Art, Irvine, CA
Local 909er
2008
Gleason Theater, Hollywood, CA
Push Play
2008
ARTspace, Dallas, TX
Le People Que Manque
2008
Paris, France
Never Still
2007
Center for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK
Optica
2007
Gijon, Asturias, Spain
Union for Democratic Communication
2007
Vancouver, BC
Bibliograpy: (selected)

Artblock Live: Reggie Woolery interviews artist, filmmaker, musician and professor Enid Baxter Blader.” Podcast, KCET, Los Angeles. 1/1/09

Brightwell, Eric. “Celluloid Heroines: Fearless Filmmaking Females.” Amoeba Blog. 4/20/10.

Clark, Robert,”Time to Untangle Theoretical Threads,” ArtReview, June 2002. (illus.)

Duray, Dan. “The Manhattan Bridge is Going to Look Odd this Weekend.” New York Observer. 9/27/12.

Frank, Peter. “Pick of the Week,” LA Weekly, April 11, p.38, 2003.

Adams, Sam,”Screenpicks” Philadelphia City Paper, August 9 – 16, 2001.

A la Mode, Brownie, “Women in the Director’s Chair,” DykeDiva, March, 2004

Allen, David, The Inland Times, “Smogdance Does it Again,” October 15, 2000.

Antebi, Nicole. “Magical Thinking and the Los Angeles Aquaduct,” Arid: A Journal of Desert Art, Design and Ecology. August 9, 2013.

Artblock Live: Reggie Woolery interviews artist, filmmaker, musician and professor Enid Baxter Blader.”  Podcast, KCET, Los Angeles. http://kcet.org/local/podcasts/artsblock_live 1/1/09

Bridges, Joseph. “A Film is a Burning Place.” Real Sound Theory. 4/30/09.

Brightwell, Eric. “Celluloid Heroines: Fearless Filmmaking Females.” Amoeba Blog. 4/20/10.

Burton, Antionett and Alexandra Juhasz. “Feminist history making and Video Remains.” Jump Cut, Winter, 2006. http://www.jumpcut.org

Butin, Simon. “Water CA, The Future of Place-Based MultiMedia?” Terrain.org, 8/17/2010.

Cabrera, Marcos. “Teen Film Festival Exceed Expectations.” The Monterey Herald. 3/24/2009.

Cabrera, Marcos, “The Reel Lives of Teens: CSUMB helps kids tell their stories through film.”  The Monterey Herald, 12/9/2008.

Cabrera, Marcos. “CSUMB launches Teen Film Festival.” The Monterey Herald  11/11/2008

Clark, Robert,”Time to Untangle Theoretical Threads,” ArtReview, June 2002. (illus.)

Cooper, Jacqueline, Enid Baxter Blader. Los Angeles: Roberts and Tilton Gallery, 2001 (illus.)

Cooper, Jacqueline,”In Search of the New Bohemians: The Flight and Possible Return of Passion to the Contemporary Art World,” Side Street Projects Journal, Summer, (illus.)

Cowan, Amber, “Art: The Five Best Shows Around the Country,” The Information, supplement to The Independent. May 18, 2002, p. 13

Public Collections:

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, New York

Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles, California

The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA

The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, Los Angeles, CA

Orange County Museum of Art, Irvine, California