SPACE on Ryder Farm, a not-for-profit artist residency program housed on a working organic farm in Brewster, NY, announces it is now accepting applications for its 2013 season. Visit SPACE's website for more information at www.spaceonryderfarm.com/visit.
SPACE's mission is to support artists by providing a workshop space singular in its ability to reinvigorate the artist's spirit and their work. In just two seasons' time SPACE has hosted over 200 artists, fostering new work from the nation's most exciting artists including: Adam Rapp (Red Light Winter, finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2006); Young Jean Lee (The Shipment, 2 time Obie Award winner); director Davis McCallum (Bright New Boise); playwrights Molly Smith Metzler (Elemeno Pea), Bekah Brunstetter (Be a Good Little Widow, Oorah!), Mat Smart (Samuel J. and K.), Nick Jones (The Coward), Joshua Harmon (Bad Jews), Erika Sheffer (Russian Transport), Santino Fontana (Brighton Beach Memoirs, Drama Desk Award); theatre companies Ars Nova, Naked Angels, and Woodshed Collective.
From June through September, SPACE hosts up to 10 residents at a time for up to week long stays. Residencies culminate in informal showings based on the needs of each group or individual. Priority in SPACE's selection process is given to groups or individuals who articulate a clear and distinct vision for how they will use their time at Ryder Farm. Applications for the 2013 season are due at midnight on March 1st.
For more information about SPACE on Ryder Farm, visit www.spaceonryderfarm.com.