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Hutchmoot: Homebound Speakers & Musicians

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We’re so excited to announce many more session leaders and musicians who will be joining us at Hutchmoot: Homebound 2021. And since it’s quite a long list of names, we found that the only suitable way to share them would be in classic summer-music-festival-fashion. Drumroll, please!

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August at North Wind Manor

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With memories of Opening Week fresh in our minds, we’re excited to announce more free events at North Wind Manor throughout the month of August!

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Sad Stories Told for Laughs: Buddy Greene & Jeff Taylor

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This week on The Habit Podcast, Jonathan is joined by Buddy Greene and Jeff Taylor for the eighth installment of his special summer series, “Sad Stories Told for Laughs,” in which writers speak of their public humiliations for your edification and entertainment.

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artists & the pit of despair: John Hendrix, Kyra Hinton, and Jamin Still

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Today we get to share with you the first of a new series of topical discussions around visual art. This category of content has been in mind since the conception of this project and is the main reason behind the name “artists &,” so we’re very excited to share it with you.

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artists & the pit of despair

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Here is the first of a new series of topical discussions around visual art. This category of content has been in mind since the conception of this project and is the main reason behind the name “artists &,” so we’re very excited to share it with you.

Aptly, this maiden voyage of content is called “artists & the pit of despair,” where Jamin Still and Kyra Hinton talk with illustrator, author, and educator John Hendrix about the arc of every long project.

Sad Stories Told for Laughs: Doug McKelvey

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This week on The Habit Podcast, Jonathan is joined by Doug McKelvey for the seventh installment of his special summer series, “Sad Stories Told for Laughs,” in which writers speak of their public humiliations for your edification and entertainment.

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App Release Day: Every Moment Holy

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For the past year, we’ve been hard at work developing Every Moment Holy as an app for iOS devices, and we’re happy to announce that today that work comes to fruition! Click here to download it now.

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The Resistance: Emile Mosseri

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[Editor’s note: As a companion piece to Jennifer Trafton’s essay this morning on the magic of Mary Poppins, here’s a conversation about the craft of scoring films with Emile Mosseri, known most recently for his work on Minari and The Last Black Man in San Francisco.]

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Sad Stories Told for Laughs: Jessica Hooten Wilson

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As a companion piece to Helena Sorensen’s reflection on the process of world-building in storytelling, here is another conversation about stories of a different kind: the sixth installment of “Sad Stories Told for Laughs,” a special summer series of Jonathan Rogers’s Habit Podcast in which writers speak of their public humiliations for your edification and entertainment. This week, Jonathan is joined by author and professor Jessica Hooten Wilson.

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The Hutchmoot Podcast: The Striving Artist with Russ Ramsey

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Tonight at the Manor, Russ Ramsey is speaking about the life and work of painter Henry Ossawa Tanner. So, as a companion piece to Kyra’s inspiring meditation from this morning, here is a session from Hutchmoot 2017 where Russ explores the life and work of another artist—Vincent Van Gough.

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Pass the Piece (Hutchmoot: Homebound 2020)

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A peek into the collaborative process of art-making, facilitated by Kyra Hinton.

The Lost Art of Listening & A Conversation with Sara Groves

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Our theme for today at North Wind Manor’s Opening Week is music. This evening, we’ll be celebrating the gift of music with a special Local Show at the Manor, and on our blog and podcast network, we’re highlighting a few pieces and conversations that engage with some timely questions: How do we listen to music? How have our listening habits changed over time? And what does it mean to become a better listener?

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