Getting Started, Getting Finished: Understanding the Psychology and Habits of Successful Writing
The workshop explains typical attitudes and behaviors that prevent writers from progressing on their projects as well as attitudes and practices that sustain writing progress. Writers will also be helped to diagnose problem areas in their writing practice and identify strategies that will work better.
Rebecca Henry is on the faculty at The Peabody Conservatory, where she teaches violin and viola minor, violin pedagogy, and mentors students in the Masters of Performance/Pedagogy degree, and at The Peabody Preparatory, where she chairs the Preparatory String Department, teaches violin and viola, and is co-director of the Peabody Chamber Camp. In 2007 she received funding fromt he Dorothy and Richard Starling Foundation to develop Peabody's Pre-Conservatory Violin Program, which she directs. She holds the Scott Bendann Chair in Classical Music at The Peabody Institute.
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This two-person exhibition explores the nature of parenthood and childhood in relation to the non-familial world. After the birth of the artists’ son in 2008, both began exploring through their work the American paradoxical relationship to its children: a society that on the one hand lauds family as the core of all social values and on the other resists supporting the needs of working parents and childhood education, while also spawning significant environmental and social crises that future generations stand to inherit.