The Lost and Found Lab hosts single-person residencies, providing a retreat-like live/work setting for visual artists, writers, scholars, curators and creatives exploring the relationship between language and art. The Lab is named in honor of New Yorker cartoonist and New York Times columnist, James Stevenson and celebrates Stevenson’s working methodology as both a writer and visual artist. Lost and Found Lab provides peaceful and supportive living arrangements for artists and scholars seeking light, space, and silence – and unrestricted time to one’s craft.



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