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OUR EXPECTATIONS

OUR EXPECTATIONS   The towers of San Gimignano, visible across a half dozen miles of Tuscan landscape were an intriguing sight. We were in Certaldo for an unhurried daytrip from Florence. I remember experiencing a moment when a voice in my head said “why can’t we go there and have that experience,” and I had [...]

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Aldus Manutius and printing in Venice

 

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Casting machines

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Visiting Emily Dickinson’s house

The film “A Quiet Passion” directed by Terence Davies and starring Cynthia Nixon as Emily Dickinson, showed in Amherst, MA and since we were going, I thought why not go see the homestead too, since it was just down the road. The movie was full of her poetry, her struggles, and showed so accurately the [...]

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Inside Looking Out

Photographic collage by intern, Meghan Graham, of interior or Golgonooza.    

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Visioning and looking in two directions, past & future

 

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Grey Sky, Winter landscape, thru Hearts

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Facing Fear

FEAR                                       (*Article previously published in Vermont Views) Recently I’ve been reminded of the power of fear—our collective and our individual fears: of moving forward, of the unknown, of change. Trauma in life hits us with such unexpected force, catching us unaware or unprepared and sometimes leaving us seemingly incapable of dealing with the after effects: [...]

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From the Archives

Ashuelot’s Julia Ferrari and Dan Carr turn passion into art.  From Posted: Saturday, June 5, 2004 12:00 am in the Keene Sentinel By Will Coghlan Like something out of a limerick, they are two artists from Ashuelot whose names fit together for a piece of clever, if tired, word play. She’s Julia Ferrari. He’s Dan Carr. [...]

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New fall classes list

Announcing our new fall workshops see QUIET FIRE RETREATS

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