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How a Philosophy of Inclusion Has Made This CT Arts Camp a Safe Haven for Creatives

Every year, childhood seems to grow shorter and shorter, with opportunities to explore creative interests replaced by screens and scholastic concentrations. What happened to creative free time? Daydream time? Try something artistic and see if you like it time? While young children may still be afforded these valuable experiences, tweens and teens are increasingly disenfranchised

World-Class Musical Instruction in the Adirondacks Returns This Summer

In 1988, a 14-year-old girl stands on the stage of the Luzerne Music Center, about to perform. Her name is Elizabeth, and she’s passionate about the violin. As she prepares to play, along with her fellow orchestral musicians, she has no idea that in just two years, she will be secretly gifted the 1720 Red