ABOUT VICTORIA RABINOWE
Victoria Rabinowe has taught over six hundred workshops, seminars and retreats in The Art of the Dream™ featuring a unique body of guided techniques in dream work, image making and creative writing. She teaches a weekly Master Class at the Dreaming Arts Studio in Santa Fe which is open to visiting Dreamers of all backgrounds. She has taught workshops, seminars and retreats throughout the United States and is an annual presenter and workshop leader at the International Association for the Study of Dreams.
Victoria is the author and illustrator of I HAD THE CRAZIEST DREAM LAST NIGHT: Creative Explorations into the Genius of the Night Mind. She is the publisher of Bright Shadow Press in Santa Fe, NM.
Her artwork includes painting, drawing, fiber art, digital animation and book art. Her work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and universities throughout the United States and Japan including the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, The Legion of Honor of The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, The Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, the Kyoto College of Arts & Crafts, the American Consulate in Kyoto, the Albuquerque Museum of Art and The Santa Fe Museum of Fine Arts.
As the founder and former co-owner of the Santa Fe Weaving Gallery from 1975-1991, she was a pioneer in the field of Wearable Arts in America in the latter 20th century. She has taught and lectured about Contemporary American Wearable Art at international fiber conferences and universities throughout the United States and Japan.
As the chairperson and program director for the Santa Fe Book Arts Group from 1993-2005, she initiated educational programs, museum and gallery exhibitions for 250 New Mexican artists interested in the inventive spirit of the book form as a vessel for creative expression.