Retreats, workshops, rustic weddings, pop-up dinners, art shows, and all kinds of fun coming to our restored 1800s post and beam Events Barn. More pictures coming soon!
WORKSHOPS & Retreats
We host a variety of workshops and retreats throughout the year, most of them art centric. See below for details about upcoming events and sign up for our mailing list here to be one of the first to know!
Interested in hosting a workshop or retreat of your own? Hit us up! 2018's summer and fall's weekends are all spoken for, but we're definitely happy to get you and your crew up midweek.
First of all, CONGRATS!
We've hosted eighteen weddings and counting. Our 2018 dates are full, but for those of you looking towards a 2019 rustic but chic Catskills barn wedding, hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a shout at 518-989-6404 and we can send you details about dates, rates, and what exactly we offer.
UPCOMING EVENT details:
COMPELLING NARRATIVES IN FICTION AND PERSONAL ESSAYS WITH CHLOE CALDWELL & ELIZABETH ELLEN 9/25-27
A mix of personal essay workshops and fiction workshops that cover what makes a compelling narrative as well as revising and self-editing tips. It's open to anyone looking to take their work to the next level. Prompts and readings/discussions and inspiration provided throughout the three days, two nights. $795 rate includes two nights at the Inn, morning coffee and two catered meals, and all workshop time. Space is limited to 7 participants. To reserve, email us at email@example.com or call us at 518-989-6404.
Chloe Caldwell is the author of the novella Women & essay collections I'll Tell You in Person and Legs Get Led Astray. She has published work in New York Magazine, Vice, Lenny Letter, Longreads, BuzzFeed, and many anthologies. She lives in Hudson and teaches creative writing in NYC. She was a 2018 Spruceton Inn Artist Resident. This is her fourth workshop here at the Inn.
Elizabeth Ellen is the founder of Short Flight/Long Drive Books. She is the author of the novel, Person/a, the story collections, Fast Machine and Saul Stories, and the poetry collection, Elizabeth Ellen. She is also a contributing editor at the literary journal, Hobart.