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Art Retreat for Educators

Jun 25 - Jun 28

Leave Google Classroom behind and  head to Snow Farm at the end of this most challenging year!  Educators have the hardest (and most important) job, and nothing has shown it more than the 2020-21 school year.  After all your heroic efforts to keep your students creative, turn the tables and tend to yourself. 

Choose one workshop and sink into 3 full days of learning and making. Let us take care of all the planning and meals. Enjoy the lightening bugs at dusk and a bonfire at night (with smores, of course).  Rejuvinate yourself in the company of educators who will understand more than anyone what you've been through.  Prepare to embrace your summer and the well-deserved break

Educators include anyone who teaches or works in a public or private school, in higher ed, or in a community art setting. Snow Farm is a MA approved Professional Development Provider. Most states offer reciprocity. To apply for PDP, contact maryjo@snowfarm-art.org.

Request for Proposals

The Saturday evening schedule includes presentations by two guest artist/educators. We are seeking proposals for these presentations and will offer the selected presenters 25% off workshop tuition and a complimentary standard room/board package during the retreat.

Presentation topics can be anything of interest to art educators.  Share your knowledge, experience, and ideas!

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Workshops
May Babcock, Creative Papermaking
Jun 25 - Jun 27
Holly Kenny, Gadgets of Summer, Flameworking
Jun 25 - Jun 27
Robert Dancik, RESINating Your Work, Metalsmithing, Jewelry
Jun 25 - Jun 27
Emily Bhargava, Mosaic with Found Objects
Jun 25 - Jun 27
Alaina Mahoney, Make It In Metal, Welding
Jun 25 - Jun 28