Ginny Taylor Rosner

Ginny Taylor Rosner (workshop facilitator and panelist) studied photography and general fine arts at Herron School of Art and Design receiving a BFA in 1991.  Rosner has spent twenty years photographing the interiors of abandoned structures to create large-scale color photographs.  She captures photographically the distinct poetic beauty of these decaying remnants, which she considers illuminated spaces, not condemned structures. Rosner combines her interests in photography, printmaking and bookbinding to create original works of art. Her work has been exhibited in various solo, group, and juried exhibitions and is in collections throughout the US.  She has twice been the recipient of the Indiana Arts Commission Individual Artist Project Grant. Rosner has been awarded the 2007-2008 Stutz Studio Residency and keeps a studio at the Stutz Business Center.

Rosner currently teaches at the STUTZARTSPACE, Ivy Tech Community College, the Indianapolis Art Center, the IMA Collaborative Arts Partnership, and in her studio. Her classes include hand bookbinding, traditional and digital black & white and color photography and historical photographic processes.