Practicum placements provide an opportunity for recent graduates of MLIS programs, who have an interest in artists’ books and public programming, to gain experience and develop their careers.
This three-week residential program is open to mountain narratives, wilderness adventures, and environmental writing, with an emphasis on literary quality.
The Archives Practicum program provides new archivists with skills and mentorship in their chosen field while they pursue a research project.
The Fables for the 21st Century program invites emerging and established writers to explore and re-imagine our individual and collective identities, with resulting stories to be published in a limited edition book that will endure in Canada’s literary landscape.
In this winter self-directed residency, spend two weeks in the majestic Rocky Mountains deeply focused on your project while engaging with a community of writing peers.
Phone (Main Switchboard)
107 Tunnel Mountain Drive
PO Box 1020