The Triangle Workshop

Founded in 1982 by Anthony Caro and Robert Loder, the Triangle Artists' Workshop brings together U.S. and international artists for an intensive two-week workshop at Salem Art Works in upstate New York. Each year, twenty-five chosen participants live and work together in a unique studio environment where ideas and dialogue are freely exchanged and a shared lifelong community is cultivated. What began as a one-off project for artists from the U.S., Canada and the UK has grown into a network of art industry professionals from over 40 countries with programs that include residencies, educational initiatives, publications and exhibitions. 

Ann Walsh, James Walsh and Anthony Caro at a Triangle Artists Workshop, Mashomack, Pine Plains, New York, c. 1982-85. Photo courtesy of Triangle Arts

Artists at the very first Triangle Workshop, Pine Plains, New York, 1982. Group painting in the clay studio. Photo courtesy of Triangle Arts