Workshop Instructor

Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN — Regular polymer photogravure workshops
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN — Clamshell portfolio case workshop
Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Minneapolis, MN — Regular polymer photogravure workshops
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN — Polymer photogravure workshop

Artist Talks

Century College, White Bear Lake, MN — Otherworld 
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN — Regular visiting artist
Century College, White Bear Lake, MN — Regular visiting artist
College of Visual Arts, St. Paul, MN
St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN — Arnold Flaten Lecture Series — Invited speaker
College of St. Benedict’s, St. Cloud, MN
Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN
pARTs Photographic Arts, Minneapolis, MN
f295 Symposium, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA — Invited speaker
APIS (Alternative Photo International Symposium), Santa Fe, NM — Invited speaker

Related Experience

2019 Panelist, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN — MCBA/Jerome Foundation Book Arts Fellowship XV
2012 Panelist, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN — MCBA/Jerome Foundation Mentorship Program IV
2010 Juror, Minneapolis Photo Center, Minneapolis, MN Alternatives — Where Process is Paramount
1990 Juror, Ilford Photographic Awards, London, UK

Century College — Artist Talk to Students 2020

MCAD — 8-Week Polymergravure Class 2019

MCAD — 2-Day Clamshell Case Making Class 2019

“… a technical wizard like Keith Taylor deserves a shout-out just for the prowess evident in his platinum-palladium print “Rain Cloud, Badlands,” an evocation of turbulent sky and rocks that has the brooding intensity of a 19th-century photogravure.”

Mary Abbe

Star Tribune

“In 20 perfectly printed photogravures, he eloquently suggests the hypnotic appeal of this strange quest to crack a cosmic mystery.”

Mary Abbe

Star Tribune

“Waves is the simplest and the most beautiful image in the show. Opaque waters like slabs of slate reflect the glow of a sky hung with clouds.”

Hannah Dentinger

Duluth Art Institute