Set on fifteen wooded acres in the Lower Hudson Valley – just 24 miles north of the cultural center of New York City – Vyt enables Residents to craft their own mix of focused work, community with other residents, one-on-one mentoring from critics, and inspiration from New York's museums and galleries.
Since its opening in 2007, the League Residency at Vyt has hosted more than 200 artists from around the world including Australia, Canada, China, Europe,India, Ireland, Japan, Nigeria, South Africa, and Thailand and the United Kingdom.
Located near the historic hamlet, Sparkill, the campus is also surrounded by the well-known Hudson River Valley villages of Piermont and Nyack.
At the end of each month’s session, artists-in-residence may participate in Open Studios to share their work with the public.
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Residents enjoy 24-hour access to studio spaces while accommodated in a fully-accessible residency building with live/work areas, as well as in Vytlacil's former 1904 Victorian home. Three Residents are housed on the 2nd floor of the Vytlacil House in single bedrooms, with a shared kitchen, bath, and laundry facilities. The 1st floor of the House contains a library, office and public restrooms as well as exhibition space in the Elizabeth V. Sullivan Gallery.
Four Residents are housed in our new Residence Hall, an ADA compliant live/work facility completed in 2010. With sleeping and cooking areas as well as bathrooms in each residence room, studio space is included with living quarters in two units while the other two units share a large studio separate from their living quarters.
The House contains a library, office and public restrooms as well as exhibition space in the Elizabeth V. Sullivan Gallery.