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 National Touring Exchange & Conference | Learn more about Fieldwork

Current Field Sites:

Atlanta, Georgia founded in 1992 The Field Facebook in Atlanta
Contact: Stefanie Boettl,

Boulder, Colorado founded in 2013
Contact: Chrissy Nelson,

Chicago, Illinois founded in 2018 
Contact: Jane Jerardi,

Houston, Texas founded in 1992 Fieldwork in Houston
Contact: Stefanie Boettl,

Miami, Florida founded in 1992
Contact name: Oscar Fuentes, 

Milwaukee, WI founded in 2013 The Field Facebook in Milwaukee
Contact: Joelle Worm, 

New York City, New York founded in 1986 The Field Facebook @TheFieldNYC The Field Instagram @TheFieldNYC The Field Twitter @TheFieldNYC
Contact: Shawn René Graham, 

Portland, Oregon founded in 2014
Contact: Katherine Longstreth, 

Portland (Rose City Park), Oregon founded in 2018
Contact: Jennifer Gwirtz, 

Salt Lake City, Nevada founded in 1997
Contact: Amy Caron, 

San Francisco (Bay Area), California founded in 2009 The Field Facebook in San Francisco (Bay Area)
Contact: Vangie King, 

Seattle, Washington founded in 1995
Contact: Rebecca Goldberg, 

Washington, DC founded in 1994 The Field Facebook in Washington, DC
Contact: Claire Alrich, 

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

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

The National Touring Exchange (NTE) program provides an opportunity for our national Field Network Site Leaders to build their capacities by working with other Field Network artists. This program pays for Field Network Sites (represented by a dance/movement-based artist/Fieldwork Facilitator) to travel to different cities for 2-7 days to learn, share, collaborate, and grow. Browse blog posts and content from recent NTE and Network Conferences below.

Read about the 2018 NTE. | 2017 National Field Network Conference | Read about the 2016 NTE. | 2015 National Field Network Conference

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

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