What will your creative outlet be this summer? The Mayapple Center invites adults in the arts and humanities to enroll in one of their five-day summer programs for the arts taking place from June 23 to August 29.
The Mayapple Center in North Stamford, Connecticut, carries a torch for the arts and humanities fueled by passion, intellect, imagination, and creativity in both scholarship and the arts.
Mayapple’s summer faculty of distinguished artists and scholars includes Eve Aschheim, John Jerome O’Connor, Cate Marvin, Ellen McLaughlin, Vijay Seshandri, Mary Rowell, Deak Nabors, and Thomas Powers.
Visual Arts programs this summer include:
- Eve Aschheim and John Yau, Ways of Looking at, and Thinking About, the Landscape, June 29–July 4, 2014
- John Jerome O’Connor, Confusing the Controller, July 21–25, 2014
The wooded campus of ten acres on their own Walden Pond provides a sanctuary for artists and scholars, and the intimate setting of ten participants ensures that each individual’s voice is heard. Mayapple’s philosophy is based on the values of sustainability and mindfulness, and these values are present in each of their programs. Optional yoga and meditation sessions are available each morning amidst their organic gardens.
Find out more and enroll at mayapplecenter.org.