Curator Gallery Talk: “Portraits of Woodstock Artists”
Join us in the galleries with Be Who You Are: Portraits of Woodstock Artists by Harriet Tannin curator, Wayne Lempka to learn more about Harriet Tannin’s fascinating photography project. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others.