CPW News



Claire A. Warden, Woodstock AIR 2016

Press Release:

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.

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Patron Memberships for Art Lovers

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 […]

PR: CPW to receive $20,000 in NEA support

The Center for Photography at Woodstock to receive $20,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

Woodstock, NY —National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu has approved more than $30 million in grants as part of the NEA’s first major funding announcement for fiscal year 2017. Included in this announcement is an Art Works grant of $20,000 to The Center for Photography at Woodstock for their Woodstock AIR program. The Art Works category focuses on the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence, public engagement with diverse and excellent art, lifelong learning in the arts, and the strengthening of communities through the arts.

“Woodstock AIR is one of CPW’s leading programs, especially due to its focus on artists of color. It addresses a global need within the arts community to provide meaningful opportunities for art making and direct support for artists. Over 100 artists have participated in CPW’s residency program since it was launched in 1999. With public support such as the NEA’s generous grant, CPW can continue to provide this career defining experience,” said CPW’s Executive Director Hannah Frieser.


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