We did it. You did it!
CPW purchased an artist house, and it is all because of you! Over 100 people came through for us and helped us raise the needed money.
Our new artist house will allow us to expand the existing artist-in-residence program for artists and writers of color, establish a visiting artist program and invite former AIRs back to CPW. Access to this house means that artists will always have a home here at CPW and shows our depth of commitment to current and future generations of image makers. CPW firmly believes that accessibility, representation and diversity are critical to contemporary discourse on photography. Pluralism and acceptance are needed in our society now more than ever. This is one of the biggest steps for CPW since launching the AIR program in 1999, and we could not have done it without our many friends!
Join us for a Portfolio Review Weekend in Woodstock, May 20-21, plus Q&A on May 19. Reviewers include Elizabeth Avedon, Jesse Blatt, Elliott Brown, Clinton Cargill, Karen Davis, Elizabeth Dubben, Elizabeth Ferrer, Hannah Frieser, Charles Guice, Jan Nagle, Fabienne Powell, Elizabeth Renstrom, Roger Ricco and Miriam Romais.
REGISTER NOW. Review session packages start at $150 for 3 reviews. 2017 members will receive a $50 discount on their first package purchase as a benefit of membership (if you did not receive a code via email PLEASE contact us at 845-679-9957 BEFORE checking out).
Priority registration will be offered for session package purchases through April 9th. Remaining single sessions for $65 may be purchased beginning April 12. No discount will be given for single session purchases. Registered participants will receive a preference list prior to the reviews.
Please cancel no later than Friday, May 5 at 5:00 pm to receive a refund on all sessions. No refunds will be given after this date.
MEET OUR REVIEWERS
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.