Woodstock’s Landscape: Its Effect on the Soul and on Writing and Painting | Kleinert/James Arts Center | Lectures & Talks | Hudson Valley; Chronogram

Lectures & Talks

Woodstock’s Landscape: Its Effect on the Soul and on Writing and Painting

When: Sat., March 24, 9:30 a.m. 2018

A conversation between Gail Straub and Kate McGloughlin. Writer Gail Straub and artist Kate McGloughlin share how they fell under the spell of this valley, and how it affects not only their craft, but also their spiritual lives. They reflect on their connection to this land as many different things—muse, strength, prayer, and humanity. They contemplate how this ongoing exchange between the landscape and its artists sustains not just individual artists’ souls, but the very soul of this valley. Gail discusses her new book The Ashokan Way: Landscape’s Path into Consciousness, and Kate explores her journey creating the multimedia exhibition Requiem For the Ashokan: The Story Told in Landscape.

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