Write to the Point!

A Neighborhood Studios Program at the Mark Twain House

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Write to the Point! is part of the Greater Hartford Art’s Council’s Neighborhood Studios program. This is our very first year.

Thirteen students from high schools throughout greater Hartford have made it through a competitive application process to spend their summer as working writers. For six weeks, our writers will research, investigate, and report on issues and themes relating to Mark Twain, the Asylum Hill Neighborhood, and the social and cultural issues relevant to our communities and their experiences.

The Greater Hartford Arts Council’s Neighborhood Studios develops emerging artists and teaches teens the value of creativity and fundamental career skills they need to succeed in today’s workforce.

The Greater Hartford Arts Council’s Neighborhood Studios develops emerging artists and teaches teens the value of creativity and fundamental career skills they need to succeed in today’s workforce. Travelers is the presenting sponsor of this year’s Neighborhood Studios program, with support from contributing sponsor Bank of America. Write to the Point!’s studio sponsor is The Hartford. Neighborhood Studios receives additional support from Elizabeth Carse Foundation, Fisher Foundation, NewAlliance Foundation, the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut and individual donors to the United Arts Campaign.

With additional support from: Elizabeth Carse Foundation, Fisher Foundation, NewAlliance Foundation, the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut and individual donors to the United Arts Campaign.

For questions or comments please email twainstudios@gmail.com.

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