Hudson Valley Writers CenterThe Hudson Valley Writers Center
Huderson Valley Writers' Center - Arts & Entertainment - 300 Driverside, Sleepy Hollow, NY, United States - Phonenumber
Located in Philipse Manor's renovated historical train station, the Hudson Valley Writers' Center presents a broad palette of literature experience through open reading by established and aspiring writers, offers a multitude of scribbling studios in many different styles and releases new poems under Slapering Hol Press. This is a one-of-a-kind and nice place for your next meeting.
This is the only major international organisation in the Hudson Valley just off NYC that is dedicated solely to literature and offers its inhabitants a broad spectrum of unparalleled literature experience.
Employees - Hudson Valley Writers Center
She wrote two books, was a cash holder, writer, creative teacher and non-profit admin. A graduate of Yale University with honors, she has an MFA qualification in Visual Arts Fiction from Newschule. Her most recent project for Historic Hudson Valley was the organization of a New York Community Trust Scholarship to provide New York secondary schools and high schools with Runaway Arts, an inter-disciplinary program of study /curriculum of arts and humanities founded on the principles of enslavement in the north of the colony, over a period of three years.
He has regularly collaborated with The Hudson Independent and, in conjunction with the Warner Library in Tarrytown, has recorded stories of important community outreaches. Mr. Gates is a Fellowship of the American College of Environmental Lawyers and Of Counsel of the New York-based K&L Gates LLP solicitors.
A former chairman of the Environmental Law Institute in Washington DC, he currently sits on the executive committee of Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve and Teatown Lake Reservation. Mr. Writers is a founder member of the Hudson Valley Writers' Center, Inc. After his retirement Jim has released three volumes of poems about Red Hen Press and a brief memoroir as Ploughshares e-solo.
He has written children's literature, cookery and a recent theatre piece at The Arc Stages Theatre in Pleasantville, where he is a member of the Fellowship Board. He has also voluntarily registered with many non-profit organisations, such as The Open Door Family Medical Center, Louck's Regional Track Meet at White Plains High School, White Plains Rotary, Connecticut Organic Farmers Association and is Deputy Fire Chief for the Archville Fire Department in Mt. Pleasant.
A prizewinning freelance author, Herbert Hadad specializes in themes of the Middle East and the United States. He has published his tales in The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, Parenting, Reader's Digest, Poets & Writers and others. Worked as a journalist for The Times, New York Post, Boston Globe and Keene (N.H.) Sentinel.
In New York, he also serves as the U.S. Department of Justice spokesman and currently serves at the Hudson Valley Writers Center in Sleepy Hollow, NY. He' s received accolades from the New York Public Relations Club, the Council or Education Promotion, Folio Journal and others.
He is retired gubernator of the Society of Silurians and a member of the Rockefeller Preserve executive committee. He and his family have three kids and are living in Pocantico Hills, New York. She has served on the boards of the Ordway Theater, the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts and the Twin Cities Public Television.
She is an energetic voluntary ESL instructor for the Tarrytown literacy volunteers and a member of the Magdalena Church in Pocantico Hills as a Teaching Group. Dr. John Lyden is an traumatology specialist at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. Worked on various HSS boards and is part of a Hudson River Healthcare programme that has established a number of health care hospitals for migratory labourers in the Hudson Valley.
She is a writer and associate lecturer in development English at Housatonic Community College and a lecturer in Arts at Baldwin Center. He' living in White Plains.