Currently Booking September to October 2021 ONLY
“Artists are people driven by the tension between the desire to communicate and the desire to hide.”
― Donald Woods Winnicott
Naturally Capturing Authentic Stories
Tyler School of Art - Temple University
A Human Library is a library of human beings, individuals, that each represent a group in the community that may be somehow exposed to stigma, prejudice, and/or discrimination. It aims to establish a safe conversational space where difficult questions are expected, appreciated, and answered.
"I believe in the power of books to connect individuals, provide comfort and empathy, and spark curiosity about the world. I am an avid children's literature advocate and spend much of my time within the walls of my classroom and beyond spreading my love for literacy with others."
We would love to see samples of your previous work along with your application.
Please email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
303 East Telegraph Road, Airville, Pennsylvania 17302, United States
Here at Mill Creek, we want to support those who think creatively, those who care generously and those who give beyond themselves. We can give back to the givers by providing a quiet place to think, retreat and create. In return, we ask that each artist leave a bit of themselves behind.
Our Artist in Residence program is a chance for one or more artists, writers or photographers to spend 2-4 days at camp free of charge to engage solely in their craft. We will begin taking applications NOW closing on October 28th and artist stays will occur on November 13-15 or December 11-13 (with optional weekdays).
With feedback from past artists, we have adjusted a few things for this year's residency.
This year, we are asking artists to contribute to specific artistic goals at camp.
Individual artists should pick from the following:
Artist Groups are asked to work together on one of the following:
If you have questions, just fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page and we will get back to you!