Filling The Well

As artists we must learn to be self-nourishing. We must become alert enough to consciously replenish our creative resources as we draw on them– to restock the trout pond, so to speak. I call this process filling the well. 

                                    Julia Cameron, The Artist's Way

Words Change Everything

7-15-2017 (Ballroom)

Poets Wanted:  July 15th 7-9pm

Join us for the first ever juried poetry night at the historic Bull Run. 
Come share your original poetry, OR come to listen to great poets in the making.

We are excited to announce Doug Holder as the guest speaker. 
The event will have three impartial jurors that will score each poem silently. At the end of the night we will announce the winner. 
The number of poems that you may read depends on the number of participants. 

It is not mandatory but we would greatly appreciate a 5$ donation at the door. 

We can only accept a limited amount of people due to time restraints. EMAIL US HERE to reserve your spot. First come first served. 

Please join us beforehand for exceptional farm to table dining. Reservations are strongly suggested. 
We look forward to an evening of expression of your art.

PLEASE NOTE: This show is in the Ballroom, which is NOT wheelchair accessible. Call 978-425-4311 for options.


June 26-30, 2017 at UMass Boston
Celebrating 30 years of community and creative responses to war.

Our 30th Joiner Institute Writers' Workshop Festival features Master Classes by acclaimed writers like Brian Turner, Martha Collins, Michael Patrick McDonald, Boston Poet Laureate Danielle Legros Georges and more. Visiting Writers include Carolyn Forché, Yusef Komunyakaa and visiting writers from Vietnam. Roundtable Discussions on writing and war. Readings by veterans, Warrior Writers, participants, and faculty. Plus a 30th Poetry and Music Celebration at the Boston Public Library on June 27

This year's special Joiner Institute Writers' Workshop Festival is not to be missed!  Space is limited, apply today. 

The Associates of the Boston Public Library is currently accepting applications for its fourteenth Writer-in-Residence. The program was created to provide an emerging children's author with the financial support and quiet space needed to complete one literary work. Eligible projects include fiction, nonfiction, a script, graphic novel, or poetry, intended for children or young adults. The fellowship provides a $20,000 stipend and an office at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square from September 2017 through May 2018. Applications must be postmarked by April 14th, 2017. To learn more about the program and prior winners please see: The application form can be found here:


     The Fichburg Art Museum

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                                                            The Worcester Art Museum

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11 French Drive
P.O. Box 598
Boylston, MA 01505.0598
508.869.6111 for information


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