Laura Splan provides remote studio practice instruction through Plexus Projects, an artist-run space for intersectional ideas. Consulting sessions are sliding scale according to artists’ means and are available to individuals, groups, and institutions including academic departments looking to expand creative and professional practices. Drawing upon her extensive experience as an artist and educator, she guides artists through a number of essential skills and strategies including:
Laura Splan has been a studio practice advisor for artists and institutions around the world including San Francisco Art Institute, California College of Art, and Arts Council England. She has held academic appointments at Stanford University, teaching interdepartmental Art courses to Engineering, Computer Science, Biology, Math, as well as Art majors. As an artist-in-residence, she has taught academic seminars at the University of Maine and Illinois State University. Her public workshops have been hosted by the Fredrickson Family Innovation Lab, Tang Teaching Museum, and Coalesce Center for Biological Arts. Splan was a Digital Arts Fellow supported by the National Endowment for the Arts at AS220 Industries, where she taught creative coding and physical computing workshops. Splan is currently a mentor at NEW INC at the New Museum, where she advises interdisciplinary practitioners working at the intersections of Art, Science, and Technology.