The Center for Photography at Woodstock celebrates the year 2016!
The year 2016 brought significant changes to CPW. The staff, the board, and many volunteers worked hard all year, and CPW has the accomplishments to show for it. We are especially proud of gallery receptions with record-breaking attendance; the Race, Love, and Labor exhibition with visitor numbers that surpassed 3,600; and the completion of soon-to-be-released video documentation on all 2015 and 2016 artists-in-residence. It is with enthusiasm that we look ahead to 2017 – CPW’s 40th anniversary.
We thank those, who made our successes possible.
Claire A. Warden, Woodstock AIR 2016
NEW VOICES OF DIVERSITY – WOODSTOCK AIR DOCUMENTARIES RELEASED
The Center for Photography at Woodstock is pleased to announce the release of sixteen documentaries featuring artists of color working in photography. Every year CPW invites artists and writers to participate in the Woodstock AIR program. CPW AIRs represent some of the most important new voices in the photographic arts today. “Historically underrepresented in galleries and art programs, artists of color have much to contribute. The Woodstock AIR documentaries showcase why voices of diversity are relevant and just how much these artists have to offer,” says Hannah Frieser, CPW’s executive director.
Premium membership level introduces limited edition, collectible art. The Center for Photography at Woodstock just launched its new selection of collectible art work as part of the revised Patron Membership. The line-up of prints and jewelry, made by CPW artists, has art lovers and budding collectors firmly in mind. Patron support is an affordable way to acquire art […]