Wave Hill Winter Workspace Award Recipient

February 15 – March 27 2011

Glyndor Gallery is transformed into studio space for artists during the Winter Workspace Program. Nine artists who represent an array of artistic practices will be in residence over two, six-week sessions. This is a rare opportunity for New York artists to work in proximity to our collection and landscape, and to be in the serene winter environment on a daily basis. Three artists will be preparing for their Sunroom Project exhibitions that occur later in the year. Artists will open their studios and lead hands-on workshops giving the public a behind the scenes view of the creative process.

The first session, from January 4 through February 13, includes Ruth Marshall, Claudia Weber, and Marion Wilson, with open studios on February 13, 12-4 PM.

The artists in the second session, from February 15 through March 27, are The Friendly Falcons and Their Friend the Snake (Jeffrey Kurosaki and Tara Pelletier), Meghan Gordon, Swati Khurana, Max Liboiron, and James Walsh, with open studios on March 26, 12-4 PM.

Artist-led workshops and tours are held throughout the winter, find out more on the individual artist’s page or on our calendar or download press release.

All events are free with admission to the grounds; some events require registration as space may be limited.

SUPPORT FOR THE WINTER WORKSPACE PROGRAM IS PROVIDED BY the New York State Artists Workspace Consortium Technical Assistance Fund, and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, celebrating 50 years of building strong, creative communities in New York State’s 62 counties. Additional support for Wave Hill’s Visual Arts program is provided by the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Inc., the Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation and The Greenwall Foundation.

Here are the links to the press on the “Love Letters & Other Necessary Fictions” exhibition at Chaterjee & Lal this Spring:

Timeout Mumbai 

DNA

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