Enid Baxter Blader's films are imbued with country living, community, love, rural diaspora and the persistent influence of apocalyptic belief on American culture. Her work has shown internationally at diverse venues such as the Smithsonian, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Location One, New York; Sundance, Park City, Utah; The Arclight Teater, Los Angeles; The Kunsthalle Vienna; The Arnolfini in London; the Director's Guild of America, Hollywood; CCA in Glasgow; and Aurora Picture Show, Houston. In March 2008, Blader's videos will be included in the Getty Museum's retrospective of California Video 1960-present. Her films have been written about in the New York Times, ARTFORUM, ArtReviews and others. Her drawing series, "Full Moon in Sunbury," was a recent Artist's Project featured in X-TRA Magazine. She speaks at conferences internationally on Apocalyptic Media. A musician as well as a filmmaker and painter, she appears as a guest bluegrass singer. Blader has won several grants, including from the California Council of the Humanities, the Durfee foundation and Kodak Film. Blader attended The Cooper Union and Yale University and received her MFA with a fellowship at Claremont Graduate University. Currently Assistant Professor in Digital Cinema at CSUMB, Enid lives and works in a geodesic dome in Aptos, CA. Send her a note at: enid@enidbaxterblader.com