SYNTHESIS OF THE ARTS
‘T’ Space inspires cross-pollination of art, architecture, music, and poetry to foster creativity and to amplify interdisciplinary thinking.
The Archive and Library, academic tours, and a summer architecture residency and lecture series encourages critical thinking about the connections between architecture, the arts, and ecology.
‘T’ Space is dedicated to the preservation of our natural forested habitat. Through ecological architecture and art programs, we seek to revitalize the unity of humanity and nature.
Founded in 2010 by the Steven Myron Holl Foundation, ‘T’ Space informs the public about urgent issues in the arts and architecture, stimulates a critical and theoretical exchange of ideas , educates, and entices deeper discourse and research on the arts and architecture.
‘T’ Space, located in the woodlands of Rhinebeck, NY, is an arts organization focused on the arts, education, design and ecology. Founded in 2010 by the Steven Myron Holl Foundation, ‘T’ Space has grown to become a vital center for the arts, nature and humanism in its region of the Hudson Valley. In the 19th Century, this historic place inspired the Hudson River School of artists, thinkers and writers. Today, we continue their initiative by generating a contemporary multidisciplinary perspective in the Hudson Valley.
We are located in a natural landscape with programming both indoors and out: a nature preserve where visitors can view and engage with sculptural installations, art exhibitions, experimental architecture, an architectural archive, poetry readings and musical performances by international and emerging artists. We also offer a residency for emerging architects, and publications about our exhibits and programs are available.
Board of Directors
Thomas B. Hesse
Mónica de la Torre
James von Klemperer
Director and Curator
Director of Educational Programing