When you attend a workshop at Highlights Foundation, this Welcome sign on the Barn will greet you,
as well as a sign on the screen window of your temporary home.
|Photo courtesy Judie Anderson Offerdahl|
and will definitely eat wonderful food like this.
|What, whip cream again??|
|Jillian Sullivan's students appreciating her|
presentation of The Hero's Journey.
|Photo courtesy Gayle Krause|
Pictured: Theresa Milstein and faculty member, Mitali Perkins
There will be time to play,
|Photo courtesy Jilanne Hoffman|
|So many words to choose from!|
The Word Garden
|It was fun rearranging stones, adding and subtracting.|
and creating new sentences and phrases.
Great classroom activity!
|Clark Gillow Clark and I are Twitter|
friends. It was great meeting her in person!
|Enjoyed talking to Lamar Giles who|
shared personal stories of colorism after he
heard about Half-Truths
In your cabin you'll find a stuffed bookcase, lovely prints, and NO TV!
Do you see that little black book under the Native American picture? That's a journal where past residents leave their thoughts for future workshop participants. This will be fun to read and if you're fortunate, there will even be an encouraging entry from someone special.
You will leave with a pile of books like this.
And when you return home, you'll receive a wonderful memento of your time at Highlights.
If you write or illustrate for children or aspire to do that one day, do whatever it takes to attend a Highlights workshop. You will be glad you did.
And when you go, make sure you tell them that THE Carol Baldwin sent you.