The Watermill Center
The Watermill Center is a laboratory for performance founded in 1992 by Robert Wilson as a unique environment for young and emerging artists from around the world to explore new ideas. Watermill draws inspiration from all the arts and cultures as well as from social, human, and natural sciences. Watermill is a global community of artists where living and working together among the extensive collection of art and artifacts lies at the heart of the experience. Watermill strives to be a haven for a next generation of artists while supporting their work among a network of international institutions that embrace new interdisciplinary approaches.
In addition to housing The Watermill Collection, the Center fosters new artists through a variety of programs, workshops and residencies, including the revered International Summer Program and Watermill Residencies.
This series is dedicated to the works that are created as part of the Residency Program of the Watermill Center.
The February Radio Drama