Frank Abruzzese is originally from Philadelphia, is a father, a photographer and avid cook. He obtained his Bachelors Degree in Moving Image Arts from the College of Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2000, and Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2004. His work has been featured in Domus magazine, was part of the 2012 Istanbul Design Biennial and resides in the permanent collection of the Office of Public Works. He received the Emerging Photographer of the Year award from San Francisco Magazine, and as a photographer exhibits internationally in galleries and universities. His Italian heritage and love of home cooked food have developed into a passion for cooking, and his meals are as much a part of the experience at Cow House as are the art-making and beautiful landscape. Frank is the photography instructor at Cow House. He loves teaching and has a keen interest in a multidisciplinary, ideas-based approach to working with students.
Creative Clinic | Creative & Portfolio Review
This clinic will be of particular interest to artists seeking feedback on their work with a particular focus on photography or artist led initiatives. In order to get the most from your clinic please forward the following material in advance for review by the facilitator to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 4th Sept.
Q.1 Please provide a web site or web link to your work
If you do not have a web site please forward 3 images of your work, max file size 500 mega bites per image
Please provide a short artists biography 200 – 250 words
Q.2 Do you have a particular question in relation to your practice that you would like to discuss with Frank?
If you have a proposal or other documents that you would like Frank to look at please forward these in advance