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Winter Workspace Program

From January to March, the galleries are turned over to artists to use as studios for six-week sessions. We encourage artists who are interested in studying our plant collection and responding to the natural setting. Artists have an opportunity to share their practice with visitors through participatory workshops and open studios. This program is available to artists living in New York State and offers workspace, not living space. A nomination process is used to select artists for this program in addition to artists applying through General Opportunities.

01 De Hoang WWS2019

Duy Hoàng

02 Athena La Tocha WWS2018

Athena La Tocha

03 Michael Kelly Williams WW17

Michael Kelly Williams

03 Brody Michele WWS2018

Michele Brody

05 Joshua Bright Christopher K Ho 1889

Christopher K. Ho. Photo: Joshua Bright

05 Emily Oliveira WWS2019 jpg

Emily Oliveira

06 Joshua Bright Ezra Benus WWS2020

Ezra Benus. Photo: Joshua Bright

07 Nicolas Dumit Estevez WWS2015 courtesy of Wave Hill

Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Espejo

08 Brandon Neubauer WWS2014 Courtsey of Wave Hill

Brandon Neubauer

09 Ezra Wube WWS2016

Ezra Wube

10 ASUKA HISHIKI WWS2013

Asuka Hishiki

11 Joshua Bright Lo Vid Tali Hinkis WWS2020

LoVid. Photo: Joshua Bright

12 Yelaine Rodriquez WWS2018

Yelaine Rodriguez. Photo: Joshua Bright

13 EPA WWS2020 Joshua Bright

Environmental Performance Agency. Photo: Joshua Bright

Winter Workspace:

Over The Years