Triangle Arts Association's 2015 Workshop will be held at Salem Art Works
Triangle Arts Association is coming to Salem Art Works for the 2015 Triangle Artists' Workshop, a two week intensive residency from August 23 - September 6, 2015. The Workshop will culminate with an open-to-the-public Open Studios on Saturday, September 5 from 2-8 PM.
Triangle Arts Association is a New York City-based non-profit arts organization founded in 1982 to support international and U.S. artists. Triangle’s core initiatives: Residencies, Workshops and Public Programs are centered on dialogue, experimentation and the creation of community around art.
Triangle's founding program, the Triangle Artists’ Workshop, was created by artist Anthony Caro in 1982 and is known for its intensity of dialogue and the unique artistic community it generates. The Workshop assembles 25 artists from around the world to make art intensely together for two weeks straight, working side-by-side, eating meals together, and tirelessly exchanging ideas. Over the years this program has brought diverse artists from over 60 countries to New York and initiated a dynamic network of sister arts organizations around the world, known as the Triangle Network.
25 artists from across Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America will be participating in the 2015 Workshop:
Triangle staff and board members will be joined by numerous artists and critics who will visit the 2015 Workshop including Nova Benway, Curatorial Assistant at the Drawing Center; Willard Boepple, Artist; Michael Fried, Art Historian; Jon Isherwood, Artist; Thomas Nozkowski, Artist; Joyce Robins, Artist; Shane Aslan Selzer, Artist; Nicholas Weist, Founder and Director of Shandaken Project at Storm King; Mia Westerlund, Artist; with more to be announced.
Triangle Arts Association is generously supported in 2015 by Asian Cultural Council, Brooklyn Arts Council, Finnish Cultural Institute, F. Greenburger Charitable Fund, J.M. Kaplan Fund, Lagunitas, Materials For The Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, Milton & Sally Avery Foundation, San Benedetto, Two Trees, Visegrad Fund, and the Wolf Kahn Emily Mason Foundation, Galerie de l'UQAM.