This page is a place for photos of our beloved Millay Colony, our residents, and our gatherings. If you have photos you would like to share with us from your time here, from one of our events, or of a gathering featuring you and your work in some way, please email our Residency Director Calliope Nicholas at email@example.com.
Happy 2017 to writers, artists, composers and audiences every-which-where.
The Millay Colony’s first Arts Education Showcase — a gathering for teachers, teaching artists and Millay staff to discuss our free programs in local schools. Millay Program Manager Cara Benson and writer/teacher Danniel Schoonebeek lead the way.
A month of parties and glories! We had a magnificent fundraiser at the home of beloved Board member Whitney Lawson on September 30. On October 5 Millay juror and writer extraordinaire Diana Cage read as part of the Millay Women of Letters Cabaret. And on October 9 we launched #MillayWest with a party at the home of our dear alumni writer, Chad Lange. It was so much fun! And the leaves became more golden. And the days a tad shorter. The seasons…
Fall is here. And here. And here. The frog knows, The chipmunk knows. We all know.
Colleen Kinder’s amazing workshop, and the lovely group who participated, brought us seamlessly from August to September. Behold the workshoppers, the first whiff of red on our tree, lunch al fresco, and the dog Chelsea. xo
An AMAZING reading at Spotty Dog Books and Ale in Hudson, set up by and featuring Daniel Nestor and also with our beloved August writers in residence Jen Hyde, Vt Hung and Charif Shanahan. And some great scenes from around Millay in August. Swoon…
Alumni Weekend 2016!! July 4 and summer fun is upon us!
June Ressies! What a lovely group…come back one and all!! xo
Brilliant Melissa Febos and her brilliant students at Millay for a five-day workshop retreat. Lovely illuminated and amazing.
Two Happy Board Members in NYC: Whitney Lawson and Nora Maynard! xo
Here are a few photos from May resident Colleen McCubbin Stepanic’s two-day class visits at Taconic Hills High School. She showed slides of her work on the first day then led students through an exercise inspired by her own work. Student were throwing ropes, tracing the outlines, and painting in the negative spaces. They covered color theory, systems in art-making, and depth in the canvas.