Visiting Lecturer on Visual & Environmental Studies at Harvard University, award-winning animator Steven Subotnick’s films explore myth, fable, and history with dark humor and a painterly approach. His works include Devil’s Book and Hairyman. He also teaches, writes, and works commercially. Currently creating interactive animations designed to teach children music, Subotnick is completing his latest work, Glass Crow, at the Film Study Center. A poetic meditation on the Defenestration of Prague, Glass Crow consists of densely layered images of crows, battles, and landscapes — representing, respectively, levels of nature, humanity, and spirit.