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Living Archive Project to Offer Songwriting Class with Musician Randy Miritello

Written By Editor on 3/13/23 | 3/13/23

The Living Archive Project organizers are pleased to announce Songwriting for the Archive, a four-part workshop led by local musician Randy Miritello. The series will take place at Bushel Collective in Delhi and meet weekly on Sundays beginning March 26 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm and will conclude on April 16. There is no fee to participate, but registration is required. Space is limited.

According to organizers, attendees will explore common techniques and tools used in songwriting to tell stories about self, history, and place. Additionally, students will develop performance skills and be encouraged to take creative risks. This adult all-level workshop is designed for individuals 16 years of age and older.

“As a program of the Living Archive Project, participants in this workshop will be encouraged to submit their creations to the archive and share what they learned with their community,” said Christina Hunt Wood, lead organizer for the Project. She explains that the archive is an ever-growing collection of interviews, stories, historical documents, works of art and text that communicate the wide range of lived experiences in the Northern Catskills.

For more information or to register for Songwriting for the Archive visit the Living Archive Project website at The program will take place at Bushel Collective, located at 106 Main Street in Delhi, NY.

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