On today’s episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast I’m talking with Elizabeth Duvivier, the founder and director of Squam Art Workshops.
Elizabeth founded Squam in 2008 after being enchanted with her experience at Artfest and wanting to create something similar on the East Coast. Squam has since become a premier art retreat attracting top instructors in knitting, sewing, fibers, mixed media, writing, and art-making.
Taking place over four days in the spring and again in the fall amidst the stunning setting of Squam Lake, New Hampshire, attendees relax, connect, learn new skills, and rejuvenate their creative spirits. Many find the experience of Squam to be so special, and so personal, that it’s hard to put into words.
Elizabeth talks about the work she does to creates the atmosphere at Squam. She explains her process of selecting instructors and what she’s learned over the last six years about what it takes to run a successful art retreat.
And, of course, Elizabeth and I recommend great stuff we’re enjoying right now. Elizabeth recommends:
And I recommend:
Connect with Elizabeth on Instagram to see daily photos of her dogs and her Rhode Island surroundings. Visit Squam Art Workshops online to see the instructor line-up for upcoming workshops and to find out how to register.
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