What’s New at ACW

Updates about events, programs, and news from the entire ACW family.

Austin Film Festival Call For Entries

The Austin Film Festival’s Script Competition is open for entries! This competition is a great way for screenwriters to get some exposure, and of course, compete for a chance to place, which can open doors that otherwise might take years to walk through. But, regardless of placement, all entrants receive free reader comments and will … Continue reading Austin Film Festival Call For Entries

Valentine Video Greetings from Little Theatre of Watertown

Have you been looking for that “just-right” sentiment, but don’t have the words? Finding that Hallmark cards all sound the same? No problem – love letters of great writers will do the trick. Let our Little Theatre of Watertown actors serenade that special someone for you with the eloquence of William Shakespeare, or as sliver-tongued … Continue reading Valentine Video Greetings from Little Theatre of Watertown

Challenges and Opportunities in Journalism in 2021 and Beyond

Presented by Adirondack Center for Writing and Adirondack Explorer Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:00-8:30pm Cost: Suggested donation $10 A conversation with new and veteran journalists on the evolving nature of journalism. Part storytelling, part conversation on how the culture of “fake news” has affected journalism today. Rex Smith, editor-at-large at the Times Union of Albany, … Continue reading Challenges and Opportunities in Journalism in 2021 and Beyond

Find the Lit Mag for You: Publishing One-on-One Sessions with Amy Holman

Every writer faces the great hurdle of narrowing where their writing belongs in the vast literary marketplace. ACW is excited to announce this new service with Amy Holman to help alleviate the pressure of finding the right fit for unpublished writing!  This service from Adirondack Center for Writing is available from February 22, 2021-March 22, … Continue reading Find the Lit Mag for You: Publishing One-on-One Sessions with Amy Holman

Local bookstore owners establish new Adirondack book wholesale and distribution business

LAKE PLACID—The announcement in late October that North Country Books would close at the end of January 2021 sent dismay through the ranks of authors, publishers, and retail accounts who’d come to depend on the Utica-based company to distribute books and related products with an Adirondack focus. The company, founded in 1965, had been a … Continue reading Local bookstore owners establish new Adirondack book wholesale and distribution business

The Art of Reopening: A Guide to Current Practices Among Arts Organizations During COVID-19

National Endowment for the Arts surveyed arts organizations throughout the country about reopening practices and creative responses to programming in 2020, during the pandemic. They published a report highlighting what they felt were successful responses to the crisis: promising tactics, best practices, and insights through nine selected case studies. The Adirondack Center for Writing was one … Continue reading The Art of Reopening: A Guide to Current Practices Among Arts Organizations During COVID-19

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