Rick Burkhardt

February 2021

Yasuko Yokoshi

June 2021

Yoshiko Chuma

June 2021


Mount Tremper Arts entered its 13th season of programming with innovative new curatorial programs. It was the most expansive season of programming in the organization’s history including a rich plethora of artistic voices.

After a long spring and summer being entirely shuttered because of the COVID-19 pandemic, MTA slowly began the process of reopening, first with solo residencies, then small pods of artists to stay and create, including the advent of a multi-residency partnership with Works & Process. Moving into 2021, several virtual showing included Yoshiko Chuma and the School of Hard Knocks as well as the return of The International Contemporary Ensemble. Live work-in-process showings for small, distanced audiences included artists Yasuko Yokoshi, Gelsey Bell, Kimberly Bartosik, Modern Garage Movement, and others.

Performers, Artists, and Residents for 2020 and 2021:

Libero Canto
The Hudson Valley Movement Collective
Garlan Jude
Stephanie Acosta
Movement Research
Tiny Trip
mayfield brooks
Maria Bauman Morales
Leslie Cuyjet
Alicia Bauman Morales
Yoshiko Chuma
Becca Blackwell
Adrian Danchig-Waring

Joseph Gordon
Kristin Stzyk
Virginia Wagner
John Jarboe
Antonio Ramos and The Gang Bangers
The People’s Theater Project
John Burklund
Clyde Fusei Forth
Claire Chase
Emily Waters
Preeti Vasudevan
Parsons Dance
International Contemporary Ensemble

Rick Burkhardt
Falcon Dance
Tatyana Tenenbaum
Aina Hunter
Sinking Ship Productions
Emily Kessler
Anna Sperber
Molly Lieber
National Queer Theater
Joanna Kotze
Julie Mayo
Yasuko Yokoshi
Modern Garage Movement