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I have managed Splinters and Logs studio in some capacity since 2013. Splinters and Logs was first created by Caroline Woolard
and Christine Wang in 2008 when they took out a lease on an 8000 square foot space in Brooklyn to build affordable artists studios
and community. In it's initial manifestation, SnL accomodated up to 25 artists with flexible work space and a shared kitchen.
In 2016, Mitchell Dose and I formed our own LLC, took over the project and moved Splinters and Logs to Red Hook, Brooklyn, where we designed and built a home to accomodate six working artists. Our goal was to co-create artist housing in New York that works for artists, and an environment in which every residents creative practice and security is mutually supported.
Collaborating artists have included the McMullan brothers, Ben Bush, Maggie Sullivan, Aimee Lutkin, Claire Beaumont, Mitchell Dose, Patrick Costello, Tom Cunningham, Caroline Woolard, Christine Wang, Alex Nathanson, Rebecca Zakheim, Calvin Stalvig, Isa Vento, Evelyn Manlove, and so many more.