The Field Network

The Field Network is a consortium of sites that provide Fieldwork workshops (our signature method of nondirectorial, artist-to-artist feedback) and other Field programs. Initiated in 1993, the Network has locations in cities across the United States and in Europe. Each site tailors its activities to the local community with the mission to support artists. Sites are stewarded by trained Fieldwork facilitators who also are practicing artists themselves.

Want to start a Field Network site? Contact The Field Network Manager, Katherine Longstreth, at

Quick Links: Session Reporting Form for Active Network Sites | The Field Network Touring Exchange & Conference | Learn more about Fieldwork

Current Field Sites:

New York City founded in 1986
on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Contact: Shawn René Graham,

Milwaukee founded in 2013
On Facebook
Contact: Joelle Worm,

Atlanta/Houston founded in 1992
On Facebook 
Contact: Stefanie Boettl,

Portland founded in 2014
Contact: Katherine Longstreth,

Bay Area
On Facebook 
Contact: Vangie King,

Salt Lake City founded in 1997
Contact: Amy Caron, 

Boulder founded in 2013
Contact: Chrissy Nelson,

Seattle founded in 1995
On Facebook
Contact: Rebecca Goldberg, 

D.C. founded in 1994
On Facebook
Contact: Claire Alrich,

Vienna founded in in 2009
Contact: Mike O’Connor,

Miami founded in 1992
On Facebook
Contact name: Oscar Fuentes,


Past Field Sites:
Chicago (founded 1992), Los Angeles (founded 2015), North Carolina (founded 2003), Berlin (founded in 2009)

The Network Touring Exchange* (NTE) was launched in 2016 as a pilot opportunity for our national Field Network Sites to build their capacity by working with other Field Network Sites. Represented by one dance/movement-based artist/Fieldwork Facilitator, this program enables a Field Network Site to travel to another one for 2-7 days to learn, share, collaborate and grow.

Read about the 2018 NTE. | Read about the 2016 NTE.

*This project is supported in part by The Field with an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Learn about the 2017 National Field Network Conference here.
See pictures from the 2015 Conference here.

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