Winter 2018 Newsletter

Happy New Year! Exhibition calendar, new Trestle Residents, new curator in residence, new Visiting Artist, and new Workshop Classes!


  Image: Haleigh Collins, Becoming, 2015, single channel video projected onto handmade doll.

Image: Haleigh Collins, Becoming, 2015, single channel video projected onto handmade doll.

2018 Winter Residents

Trestle Residencies are professional development programs that aim to provide space, community, and opportunities for emerging artists. We're happy to say this is the largest group of resident artist's we've had, and we would like to thank all who applied - the competition was steep.

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Curator in Residence

Katherine Murdoch is a freelance curator and artist.  For seven years, she was the Assistant Curator at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey which is one of the largest public institutions in New Jersey devoted exclusively to contemporary art.  She has managed over thirty curated group and solo exhibitions and organized over 60 community art exhibitions for the Art Center.  

  Image: Katarina Wong, Unframed (1 Blue White Ming), 2017, porcelain, underglaze, sumi ink

Image: Katarina Wong, Unframed (1 Blue White Ming), 2017, porcelain, underglaze, sumi ink

Introductions 2018

Join us! Friday, January 19th, 7-9p, as we host the opening reception for Trestle's annual open call to kick off the new year, Introductions 2018.

Curated by Enrico Gomez
On view through February 28, 2018

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Curator in Residence

Katherine Murdoch is a freelance curator and artist.  For seven years, she was the Assistant Curator at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey which is one of the largest public institutions in New Jersey devoted exclusively to contemporary art.  She has managed over thirty curated group and solo exhibitions and organized over 60 community art exhibitions for the Art Center.  

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Visiting Artist

Ezra Wube is a Brooklyn based artist born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Through autobiography his works reference the notion of past and present, the constant changing of place, and the dialogical tension between “here” and “there”.

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Nu Hotel

NU Perspectives Project, the 93-room boutique hotel has given creative license to a variety of artists to liven up the largest guestrooms.

Natalie Lomeli is one of the first Trestle Artists to join this project, along with her are more of Trestle artists, Lisa Warren, Hyun Jung Ahn, Myla Seabrook, and Kristen Haskell.

Trestle wanted to know more, and so we asked questions! Read their interview here!