SPACE on Ryder Farm is a non-profit artist residency program located an hour north of New York City on the grounds of Ryder Farm in Brewster, New York. SPACE creates an environment singular in its ability to invigorate artists and innovators and their work, and contributes to the sustainability and resourceful preservation of one of the oldest organic family farms on the East Coast.
SPACE'S second annual gala
Monday, November 6, 2017
6:30pm – 10:00pm
Join SPACE on Ryder Farm for our second annual gala celebrating seven seasons of artistry and growth. We'll be serving bespoke cocktails and a farm-to-table feast in NYC's theatre district, with performances from our most celebrated artists and a live auction.
Check out what our 2017 residents are up to on our blog!
"This Nearby Upstate Farm Is Where Some of the City’s Most Talented Artists Go to Grow"
SPACE on Ryder Farm was featured in this spring in Edible Manhattan. For the full article, click on the link below.
Time at SPACE provides artists and innovators the opportunity to create away from the stress and noise of everyday life in the company of others. Residencies are centered around three farm fresh meals per day. Residents have flexibility and are strongly encouraged to structure their days to best suit the needs of their project. Residencies culminate in informal sharings of the work.
The Working Farm is SPACE’s resident playwrights group. The group gathers for a five-week residency on Ryder Farm.
Creative residencies provide artists the opportunity to create away from the stress and noise of everyday life and to be in the company of other artists.
A weeklong residency for activists and human rights organizations who are creatively addressing social justice issues.
Welcomes individuals and teams of 2-12 to advance development on workshops and commissions for the theatre as well as strategic planning.