Fellows' Work

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We publish links to Haynesville Fellows' work here.

THP Fellow Arisa White told us that the funding from THP will help her realize her long-held vision of writing an opera. Though she has never written or produced one before, she feels called to the work. Read about THP Fellow Arisa White's new opera here

A testimonial from THP Fellow Lindsay Mayka, written in 2022:

"My research is incredibly important to me. Doing fieldwork in Latin America allows me to base my work on in-depth knowledge of the real problems on the ground. Because of COVID, I have not been to Latin America since June 2018. Having support to really invest in that side is exciting, especially after how hard the past few years have been." 

THP Fellow Bradley Borthwick has long thought about pressure and weight on natural landscapes and ruins. In his article Notes from the Arctic and Other Places, published in 2019, he says: 

In the notes and images that follow, I document these experiences, reflecting on the High Arctic landscape and its material remnants alongside work inspired by ancient Rome and the Orkney Islands of Scotland. Be there evidence of either historic trespass or contemporary pressure upon a place, I imagine how the influences found will affect my return to the studio.

Read the full article in the Colby edition of The Brooklyn Rail here.


Donning her THP hat, Marta Ameri sent her regards from afar during research in the field in 2023! THP funding enabled her return to the Salut Tombs in Oman where she continues her research on terracotta seals from the Bronze Age.

THP Fellow Marta Ameri, working at Salut Tombs in Oman

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