The Workroom Artist Program and other Nomadic Press Collaborations 2015 - 2017
“Nomadic Press is the new ‘it’ kid on the block in Oakland. In addition to putting up an ambitious reading schedule at their storefront salon in the heart of the Fruitvale neighborhood, as well as across the Bay Area and Brooklyn, they are a full-fledged press with a full publication schedule. ”
— Paul Corman-Roberts, as published in The Rumpus (with many thanks to Charles Kruger)
The Workroom is a bi-annual, six-month-long program founded by Nomadic Press, a literary and arts 501(c)(3) non-profit with bases in Oakland, CA, and Brooklyn, NY. The program provides ten (10) Bay Area visual artists with affordable studio space, education, community support, potential publication in Nomadic Press publications, and a final group exhibition at The Flight Deck Gallery in Downtown, Oakland.
Harriet Poznansky, Director and Co-Founder of The Workroom Artist Program.
Harriet Poznansky was the featured artist on the front cover and throughout the most recent 2016 Nomadic Press Journal : SATE.
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