The Second Saturday Artist Talks offer the community a chance to meet the artists-in-residence and to gain insight into the creative process. Beginning at 7pm at Lucinda's Rock House, each of the participating residents gives a short reading or presentation. Questions and discussion will be encouraged. The group may drift up for a studio visit if an artist feels inclined to welcome visitors.


"100x156x20" by Pete Hoffecker Mejia.

On December 14, Tash Smith, a storyteller from Brooklyn; Pete Hoffecker Mejia, a sculptor from Salem, Oregon; Ann Rowson from Tallahassee working in art education; Beth Wiemann, a composer from Maynard, Massachusetts; two painters - Will Hutnick from Amenia, New York, and Danielle Klebes from North Adams, Massachusetts; three writers - Judy Padow from New York City, Stephanie Opperman from Milledgeville, Georgia, and Deborah Randolph from Raleigh, North Carolina; and Angelique Scott, a ceramicist from Richmond, Virginia.

Free to Members or give what you can ($5 suggested).

The Hambidge Saturday Series invites the public to the campus on almost every Saturday for a series of rotating activities, including 1st Saturday Gristmill Visits and 3rd Saturday Nature Hikes.


Scheduled talks in 2018 include:
March 9
April 13
May 11
June 8
July 13

August 10
September 14
October 12
November 9
December 14