Linsey Bostwick

deputy director of the nyu production lab

New York, US

arts creative producing

Linsey Bostwick comes to the production lab after many years as the inaugural Director of Artistic Planning at The Arts Center at NYU Abu Dhabi where her work was featured here. She is thrilled to continue to help build a bridge for emerging artists to enter and sustain a career in the creative fields. Bostwick spent many years producing works in New York City and internationally prior to her position at NYU Abu Dhabi. From 2010-2016 she worked on the producing team of Pomegranate Arts in New York with artists such as Philip Glass, Laurie Anderson, Lucinda Childs, Robert Wilson (Einstein on the Beach) and Taylor Mac.  She had been a long time creative/producing collaborator with Big Art Group and worked with many other artists including Joanna Settle, Cynthia Hopkins and Nina Winthrop. Bostwick has been published in the Yale Theatre Journal and the International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media.  In Spring 2020 Bostwick guest edited the Electra Street journal dedicated to the relationship of art and research. Bostwick is leadership fellow with the Association of Performing Arts Professionals.  Bostwick holds two Bachelor’s degrees from University of Washington, Seattle and a Master of Fine Arts from Brooklyn College in Interactive Performance and Media Arts.