In 2021, PRC hosted more artist residencies than ever before, welcoming more than 80 artists to the Center, and will open applications for additional residency opportunities through its RETREAT & RESTORE program on December 7, 2021 for two March 2022 residencies.
Alongside its residency program, the Petronio Awards continue, with Jerron Herman named as the 2021 recipient. In 2022, two Petronio Awards will be given, and the two 2022 recipients will be announced in March 2022. PRC was also awarded a $500,000 gift from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) to conserve a 77-acre parcel of land surrounding PRC, and adjacent to the Catskill Preserve, designating it as a forever wild open space now named the Doris Duke Preserve at Round Top, Greene County. This incredible support from DDCF allows the residency, award, and education programs presented at PRC to continue to grow and flourish.
Read more here