Craig Hickman is a photographer, software designer and university professor. He is a co-founder of Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, Oregon, creator of the Kid Pix art program, and Professor Emeritus of Art at the University of Oregon. He was recently honored as a pioneer who has made a profound impact as part of Apple’s 30th anniversary of the Macintosh.
Video and Audio of Talks, and Interviews
Portland Art Museum
As part of the Portland Art Museum's Exhibition Blue Sky at 40 I was asked to pick a picture from the museum's collection that was in the exhibition and talk about it. I picked a Garry Winogrand picture.
Oregon Art Beat
Oregon Public Broadcasting produced a documentary, Darkroom to Digital, that featured Blue Sky along with a range of photographers and organizations that helped define art photography in Oregon. Here's a link to a short clip of me talking about my OXIDE pictures.
Here's a link to the complete program.
Oregon Daily Emerald Interview
The Oregon Daily Emerald interviewed me in conjunction with a front page article. Here's a link to the Podcast.
Hyperallergic did a post on OXIDE. See it here.
University of Oregon Humanities Center
A few years ago the Oregon Humanities Center interviewed me. Here it is.
RKS Sessions Presents Kid Pix: The Transformation of an Idea into Mass Success
I was asked by the product design firm RKS to give a talk on Kid Pix. Take a look.
Dust or Magic
In 2011 I did a presentation on Kid Pix at the Dust or Magic conference.
In 2010 I was interviewed by Blake Andrews for his excellent blog. You can read it here.