This workshop offers guidance and feedback for those who would like to produce an artist or photo book project of their own, but aren’t sure where to begin. Best suited for designers, printmakers, papermakers, illustrators and photographers who have both digital and basic hand skills.
313 Main Street
Calling all teen podcast fans! This fall, Terry Nelson form the The Ground, Beacon’s community online radio station and HPL are teaming up for a 5 week podcast workshop for youth ages 11-17. During this weekly workshop, students will collaborate to produce a podcast to air on the Ground.
The Mission of the Stony Kill Foundation, Inc. is to develop environmental, educational and historical interpretive and outdoor recreation programs and events.
Beacon, New York
Jan Dolan attended Manchester College of Art, England, Massachusetts College of Art, and graduated from UMass, Boston. She has continued to take many art courses over the years including post grad courses at Framingham State College. Jan has been actively drawing and painting and creating all her life and has recently moved from representational work to exploring the imaginary mind with collage, pencil, crayon and acrylics, and wood carving. She currently lives in Beacon, NY
Beacon, New York
Ruth Danon teaches poetry using constraint based improvisational methods. Participants are presented with experiential, linguistic, and formal constraints that instigate writing during the class. Classes also focus on technique and craft and include more traditional “workshopping” of individual poems. The emphasis is on the connection between process and product; the aim of the work is to achieve surprise for both writer and reader. Students get significant individual attention through private conferences and have the opportunity to participate in public readings. Eight- week sessions are repeated throughout the year.
Since the day we opened our doors, our philosophy has been that “every child should have the same opportunity to dance, regardless of talent or ability. There is no can’t in dance. There’s only a C-A-N”