NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR THE JUBILEE SUMMER WORKSHOP:
Jubilee is a six-week non-profit workshop series dedicated to creating and collaborating with the goal of putting on two free public events to showcase our work with the greater community.
The workshop will be held every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from July 5th – August 11th at the Starr Library.
9:00-10:00 am : 3-5 year-olds (with parents)
10:30-12:00 : 5-10 year-olds
1:00-3:00 pm: 10 years and older
7:00-9:00 pm: adults
Please register (it’s a rolling registration), either online at www.jubileecollective.com, or by calling (484) 347-1544. You may register for either or both sessions, or for the individual days you wish to join us. Walk-ins, though less encouraged, will be welcome.
There is a minimum materials fee of $15 per session for the supplies we will need. If you will be attending for individual days, a “pay what you wish” donation will be appreciated. All funds will go to supplies for the workshop. Any additional donations, either monetary or in supplies (see our wish list online) will be greatly appreciated!
The workshop will contain two three-week sessions:
Session 1 (July 5-July 21) will be dedicated to MAKING and using one another and the library itself as resources to research, create, and critique. Participants will have the option of bringing their own materials to make work and/or learn from various guest artists who will join us on select days to share their skills and knowledge. All work will be shown and shared at our FESTIVAL OF MAKING, held at the library on Saturday July 23rd.
Session 2 (July 25-Aug 11) will be the collaborative writing and production of an original play which will be performed in different locations in Rhinebeck on August 12 and 13th. Again, guest artists will join us to share their skills and knowledge.
Please visit our website to register, read more about the workshop, browse our supplies wish list, and see our calendar of guest artists.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and comments.