As the time change approaches, the days are longer and sometimes our spirits yearn to jump out of winter’s careful, energy-saving space.
We invite you to spring forward and into a space of focused creativity amidst the majestic colors and shadows that envelop Ghost Ranch.
Painting, sewing, working with glass, clay, silver or words…which is calling you?
CREATING BEAUTY IN THE KILN WITH FUSED GLASS with Katrina Jameson
Start with a basic lesson in cutting glass then move on to designing our projects to be melted and shaped in the kiln. Read More
INTRODUCTION TO TUFA CASTING with Steve LaRance
Tufa Cast is a technique developed by American Indian artists to which the regional volcanic stone is integral to the creative process. Tufa serves as the mold for casting silver to create one -of-a-kind pieces found nowhere else in the world. Read More
INSPIRING LANDSCAPE: PAINT IT YOUR WAY with Susan Brown
Develop your personal style and translating it to canvas and sketchbook with your own meaning and in your own unique way. You’ll experience landscape painting on the Ghost Ranch property with guided instruction, as well as exploration through field trips. Read More
HIKING THE ENCHANTED LAND OF GHOST RANCH with Connie Burkhart
Hit the trail and hike into the stories of history, geology, and archaeology that make this region of Northern New Mexico so unique. We will share stories of the land and people as well as tales of the ‘unseen’ world that add to the enchantment of this place called Ghost Ranch. Read More
WRITING THE WILD: ECO POETRY IN A TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE with Pam Uschuk
The generative poetry writing intensive will focus on writing techniques such as figurative language, sound imagery and uses, line breaks, fresh imagery as well as how to write eco poems and eco justice poems without being didactic. Read More