Dispatch from a Residency, Winter 2014: Photo Essay

At the Stonecoast Faculty Blog, we’ve started a tradition of providing our readers with a window into the Stonecoast residency via photo essay.  Now that the 2014 winter residency has come to a close, we’d like to continue with the tradition of sharing snapshots of our 10 memorable days together in Maine. Enjoy!

(images courtesy of Helen Peppe Photography)

Students Daniel Ball and Kate Johnson

Students Daniel Ball and Kate Johnson share a moment together (and enjoy some of the Stone House’s delicious coffee!).

Faculty David Anthony Durham listening during a faculty presentation

Stonecoast Faculty David Anthony Durham listens during a faculty presentation.

Graduate Amin Es gives a presentation titled "The Translator: A Transformation of Poetry into an Autobiographical Graphic Novel" ..... "This talk is a conversation about how to connect the symbolic intricacies of Iran’s ancient poetry and its contemporary political atmosphere."

Graduate Amin Es gives a presentation titled “The Translator: A Transformation of Poetry into an Autobiographical Graphic Novel.”

Quenton Baker at Alumni Reading (photo by Helen Peppe)

Stonecoast alum Quenton Baker offers the community of friends, faculty, and former classmates his poetry during the alumni reading.

Alumna Helen Peppe signs books after the alumni reading. Helen's new book "Pigs Can't Swim" is out from Da Cappo Press in February

Alumna Helen Peppe signs books after the alumni reading. Helen’s new book “Pigs Can’t Swim” comes out from Da Cappo Press in February.

Faculty Elizabeth and Suzanne

Stonecoast Faculty and long-time friends Elizabeth Searle and Suzanne Strempek Shea stop for a moment to offer a smile for the camera!

Graduate Andrea Lani

Graduate Andrea Lani delivers a student commencement speech.  Congrats, Andrea!

Stonehouse

A view of the Stone House, a source of creative inspiration for students and faculty alike!

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