Please Welcome Tali Wertheimer as our Executive Director

               "We have inherited a history where technology has been opposed to and indeed dominated over nature. Now it is our opportunity to change course and put technology in service of our highest ideals"   - Tali Wertheimer      

 "Lia Chavez: Light Body", 2016. Live dance performance. A commission by Isabella Rossellini. Curated by Tali Wertheimer. Presented by Beverly Allan and Nur Elektra El Shami at the Farm of Isabella Rossellini. Brookhaven Hamlet, NY USA. July 23, 2016. Duration: 45 minutes. Featuring costumes by Mary Katrantzou. Photos and film documentation by Ira Lippke. Image © Lia Chavez.

"Lia Chavez: Light Body", 2016. Live dance performance. A commission by Isabella Rossellini. Curated by Tali Wertheimer. Presented by Beverly Allan and Nur Elektra El Shami at the Farm of Isabella Rossellini. Brookhaven Hamlet, NY USA. July 23, 2016. Duration: 45 minutes. Featuring costumes by Mary Katrantzou. Photos and film documentation by Ira Lippke. Image © Lia Chavez.

Please join us in welcoming Tali Wertheimer as our new Executive Director. Tali comes to Marble House Project from Two Rams Gallery (NY/London), where she was Director and Curator. Her exhibitions have been praised by W Magazine, ArtForum, Modern Painters, and the Wall Street Journal among others.   Prior to Two Rams Gallery, Tali worked in Special Events and Developmentat Performa. She organized over 100 events showcasing artist works to the broader community and played a key role in fundraising for the Performa 13 biennial.  She has also held positions at Metro pictures and Sotheby’s.  With a degree in Art History and Economics from New York University and having studied Sustainable Design at FIT, Tali's philosophy is to immerse herself in the artists own research, provide an opportunity for artists to take risks, and to bring nature and culture into symbiosis.  We are very excited to have Tali join our team.  

 

MHP Benefit Bash Wear White Party

A huge thank you to all of 84 attendees who braved the weather and wore white and a thank you to our auction donors for making this evening a big success.  It was a completely lovely evening.   

Thank you for supporting Marble House Project in all the ways that you do.

A HUGE THANK YOU!!!

GREENWICH VILLAGE SOIREE

A huge thank you to everyone who came to our Greenwich Village Soiree on June 1st.   A big thank you to our fabulous guest chefs Winston Chiu, Rich Okamoto, and Andrew Gerson for using our Vermont Farm Fresh eggs and produce and making the most delicious dishes. To our 2015 dancers in residence Erin Cairns and Dages Juvelier for getting all Fellini on us as dancing, strutting flamingos and to all the people who donated auction items and all the friends who attended, ate smiled and enjoyed the evening.  We love you.  Thank you for supporting what we do and how we do it!! 

Sustainable Arts foundation Grant

April 26, 2016

MARBLE HOUSE PROJECT AWARDED A SUSTAINABLE ARTS FOUNDATION GRANT TO SUPPORT THE FAMILY FRIENDLY RESIDENCY

 

We are thrilled to be supported by the Sustainable Arts Foundation this year! For the last three years, Marble House Project has been offering a Family Friendly Session which provides onsite child-centered programming and support so that the parents can work uninterrupted for most of the day. We think it is so important to support artists with families and are grateful to the Sustainable Arts Foundation’s help in underwriting this residency.

To see the full list of organizations they support click here!