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Lawrence Andrews

Professor, Film and Digital Media
Film and video production, installation and media art.
Research Interests: 

For most of his artistic career Lawrence Andrews work has functioned in a fine arts context, exhibiting in museums, galleries and festivals. His work has focused on issues of race, identity and power. His work has been realized in video, photography and installation, and audio projects.

During recent years Mr. Andrews' work has become increasingly involved with more traditional narrative and documentary methodologies while remaining committed to his core artistic concerns. His interests have expanded into reaching a broader audience with a wider demographic.  

His work has shown extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally on cable television, major film and art festivals, in museums and galleries, including the Whitney Biennial, The New York Museum of Modern Art, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Pacific Film Archive, and The American Film Institute. He has received various grants awards and fellowships in support of his work including a Rockefeller Intercultural Documentary Fellowship, and two National Endowment for the Arts Artist Fellowships.

Phone: 831-459-3120
Fax: 831-459-1341
Office: 149B Communications
Selected Publications: 

“OwnerBuilt,” 2013  49min – Animated Performance Documentary.
Producer, writer, performer, recorder, editor.

"ownerBuilt,” 2008  59min audio essay
Producer, writer, performer, recorder, editor.

“we just tellin’ stories,” 2000 digital video 60min Hybrid Narrative/Documentary.  
Producer, writer, cinematographer, editor.

“Wounded,”  1997  Sculptural Multi-Channel Video Installation.

"The Howling Revisited," 1995 Sculptural Multi-Channel Video Installation.

“Behold the Emperor Jones,”  1994 Sculptural Multi-Channel Video Installation & Low Power Radio Broadcast.

Education and Training: 
B.F.A., San Francisco Art Institute
Teaching Interests: 

Documentary & Narrative, Sound, Directing, Animation, Cinematography.