How Teachers Spend the Summer
At Snow Farm, we know exactly what teachers want when summer vacation rolls around: time to focus on personal passion and creativity, peace and quiet, and some painless professional development points.
I love my job and I wouldn't change it, but teachers have quite a bit of stress placed on them, from all sides, on a daliy basis. My week at Snow Farm last summer was wonderful . . . I was able to focus, make art again, and just take time for me, to be me. High school art teacher, Springfield, MA
For the first time, we are offering a late June, early summer, Art Retreat for Educators. Choose one of five workshops and spend three days up to your elbows in making whatever YOU want. Enjoy six hours of hands-on studio time each day and open studio in the evenings. Optional special programming such as artist talks, craft demonstrations, and an exhibit of student work will bring people together throughout the weekend to share ideas. Take in the peaceful New England landscape, breathe, and relax. Professional development and personal artistic growth - what's not to love?
Be a student, and let one of these folks be your teacher:
Here's a glimpse of your weekend. NOTE: Arrival on Friday, June 22 is flexible. If you have end-of-school obligations, feel free to arrive on Saturday morning. Just let us know - so we don't worry.
Whether you are an educator in a traditional or non-traditional way, you are welcome at this retreat. Register NOW !