Wave Hill Announces 2024 Winter Workspace Residency Program
Twelve artists have been chosen to participate in the residency program, now in its fifteenth year. In two back-to-back, six-week sessions, New York area-artists are provided with studio workspace and the support to research and develop new work informed by the site, ecology and history of Wave Hill. The program includes Drop-In Sundays and Open Studios, opportunities for visitors to meet the artists and learn about their creative practices.
Wave Hill Announces New Leadership Beginning in Late July, 2023
Wave Hill has announced that Ray B. Oladapo-Johnson, currently in a senior position at Friend of the High Line, will become the garden's President & Executive Director in late July, 2023. He brings more than 20 years of experience as a horticulturist and senior executive managing public green spaces in urban areas.
Wave Hill Announces 2023-2024 Performing Arts Season
The 2023-2024 performing arts season is underway, with expanded offerings across artistic disciplines.
Wave Hill Summer 2023 Exhibition Blurs the Lines Between the Natural and the Digital
Opening mid-June, Tap Root is an exhibition of recent fabric pieces and works on paper by the artist duo LoVid, an ongoing collaboration between Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus since 2002. The pair embraces rapidly shifting technologies, ranging from the early-2000s circuit-bending and Net Art to today’s digital culture and Web3 (blockchain technology).
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