A shout out to Abbe Schriber who met me to discuss the Residency for Arts Workers and learn more a=bout what I was doing in the residency.
Excerpt from the article: Asked about this resurging interest in the work of those “behind the scenes,” Beatrice Wolert, of the EFA residency, replied that it seemed symptomatic of a desire for community-building and a do-it-yourself attitude that has emerged, largely in response to the economic climate. This seems like an apt point, and
important to note in a wider art community that can be a struggle to negotiate for both artists and arts workers even in a booming market. As such, the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Residency Program for New York City Arts Workers is vital in providing the strong community and resources for those artists who straddle both art making and arts professionalism, proving that these do and always will deeply inform one another. Read the full article here.