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Join us for Community Chats, 10-15 minute recorded discussions between our resident and a member of our community. These one-on-one conversations offer a glimpse into the creative process, ideas and inspiration explored by our residents, and give insight into the experience of living and working on site at the historic James Castle House.


 

May 7, 2020: Time, Cold Pizza, and The Apocalypse

Our current resident, Eric Follett, is a writer and linguist who uses his work to explore the ways in which we, as communities and individuals, interact with our landscape. This week, Eric chats with Cultural Sites Outreach and Education Assistant Makenzi Dunstan about time, cold pizza, and the apocalypse.

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May 14, 2020: Idaho, Language, and Poetry as a Last Resort

Our current resident, Eric Follett, is a writer and linguist who uses his work to explore the ways in which we, as communities and individuals, interact with our landscape. This week, Eric chats with Arts & History Communication Assistant and fellow writer and poet Catie Young about Idaho, language, and poetry as a means of last resort.

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We invite you to join us for Community Chats, 10-15 minutes recorded discussion between the community and our resident. Join the conversation by filling out this form.

Community Chats