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  1. Goodbye/Hello!

    Goodbye/Hello!

    Twice a year WSW goes through a bittersweet period of loss and renewal. Our 30 year old internship program draws applicants from all over the country, a select few of which are chosen to come live and work in the WSW community for a six-month period, long enough for deep...

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  2. Watch Dog.

    Watch Dog.

    Work on the house next door (and future WSW gallery, admin & public gathering space!) continues under Shiloh’s careful supervision.

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  3. This Week @ WSW

    AB Resident Anne Thompson is working in the Silkscreen studio prepping artwork for her book project Kate Roesch is working in the intaglio studio monoprinting with dry point & Chine-collé Sonja Hinrichsen is working in the ceramics studio and spending her mornings combing the Binne for edible greenery. Her project...

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  4. A Letter of Recomendation

    A Letter of Recomendation

    This spring WSW Chili Bowl Intern alumnae Megan Sauve made a call out to the WSW community asking for volunteers to nominate WSW for the First Annual Ulster County Executive Arts Awards. In her recommendation studio intern alumnae Teréz Iacovino succinctly sums up what makes WSW stand out in the...

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  5. Zarina: Paper Like Skin

    Zarina: Paper Like Skin

    This January Tana and Ann were excited to attend the opening of WSW artist-in-residence alumni Zarina’s exhibit, “Paper Like Skin” currently on view at the Guggenheim Museum. The exhibition, which features prints made during Zarina’s residency at Women’s Studio Workshop, will be on display through April 21, 2013. Zarina’s relationship...

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  6. In the Studio March 2013: Jess Atkinson

    Art-In-Ed Book Artist-in-Residence Jess Atkinson is working in the silkscreen studio sculpting illustrated text in plasticine to be photographed and translated into screenprint content for her book. The imagery she is creating springs from  overheard snippets of conversation accumulated over months of subway riding & walking in the city. Her...

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  7. Thank YOU for making Chili Bowl a SMASH!

    Thank YOU for making Chili Bowl a SMASH!

    Over 750 handmade bowls + 75 gallons of chili + 11 gallons of lemonade + 200 bottle of water + 50 volunteers + 0ver 800 attendees= THE BEST CHILI BOWL EVER! Thank you to everyone who came out on Saturday to shake off the mid-winter blues with a beautiful bowl...

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  8. WSW Ceramics: 2013, A Year in Review

    WSW Ceramics: 2013, A Year in Review

    Artist in resident, Phyllis Kudder Sullivan, worked in both the ceramic and paper making studios, stretching translucent paper over her clay “baskets”. Check out her web site at phylliskuddersullivan.com May 27, 2012 Tori (Victoria Joy Burket) was born into this world to Ruth (ceramics program coordinator) and has been coming...

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