Alice Anne Parker (Severson)

Alice Anne Parker (Severson)

Still: Introduction to Humanities

Alice Anne PARKER (SEVERSON) is a graduate of Hunter College in NYC and holds a Masters degree from Columbia University. During her career, she created fascinating yet mysterious cinematic portraits of human diversity. She has taught at Rutgers University, The School of Visual Arts, The University of California at Berkeley and for six years was a Professor of Humanities at the San Francisco Art Institute. She is an award-winning filmmaker, whose seven short films have been honored at Cannes Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the Venice Biennalle and in a one-person show at the Whitney Museum of American Art and a retrospective at The Pacific Film Archive. Two of her films are included in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institute.

Filmography

(all short) I Change I am the Same (1969), Riverbody (1971), Near the Big Chakra (1971), Introduction to Humanities (1972), 19 Bygone Sweathearts (1973), The Struggle of Meat (1974), Animals Running (1974)