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 … Continue reading The Art of Reopening: A Guide to Current Practices Among Arts Organizations During COVID-19
Prison Writing Program
"This is the only place where I’m not just an inmate. Here, I’m that guy who is a pretty good poet." - Writing class student, Ray Brook Federal Correctional Institute … Continue reading Prison Writing Program
Calling everyone who loves homemade cakes
Become a Word Warrior, there's cake at stake! Join the campaign, become a Word Warrior now. We're off to a great start, but we need your help to reach our … Continue reading Calling everyone who loves homemade cakes
Summer Events Preview
June Adirondack Literary Awards*. June 3 at Heaven Hill Farm in Lake Placid. Howl Story Slam. June 15 at 7pm at Upper Jay Art Center Recovery Lounge. $5 suggested donation. Theme: … Continue reading Summer Events Preview
Identity & Belonging Performance and Community Workshop
presented by the Adirondack Center for Writing Are you interested in important issues like race and social identity? This is the conversation you’ve been seeking, and the workshop every community … Continue reading Identity & Belonging Performance and Community Workshop
WE NEED YOUR HELP: How important are Arts and Culture to you?
How important are Arts and Culture to you? Help us prioritize Arts and Culture in Saranac Lake! The Village of Saranac Lake has engaged AMS Planning & Research, a national arts … Continue reading WE NEED YOUR HELP: How important are Arts and Culture to you?
2017 Adirondack Literary Awards
Adirondack Literary Award Winners Announced Streetlights were out and closed signs filled windows of downtown, but writers, readers, and friends prevailed at Heaven Hill Farm in Lake Placid on a … Continue reading 2017 Adirondack Literary Awards