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This Summer

This Summer

It’s me, Miranda Hope Shea, once again returning to report on Camp Now, Crealitation, and bit about my world. I have been working remotely this Summer, after a long semester away at school. I’ve been helping push Crealitation forward, as well as working at Stanton Home: a place for adults living with disabilities. This combination has been truly enlightening.

Putting Together the Creality Puzzle

Putting Together the Creality Puzzle

This is Mae, greeting you from Camp Now headquarters, as I settle in for my second week as part of the community. I am a 17 year old artist, student, and farmer, living and working in the vibrant Hudson Valley. I spend a lot of my head space exploring photography, planning extravagant ideas, pretending like I can play my ukulele, and running an online screen printing shop where I sell and print my own graphic t-shirts. When I am not doing those things, I am usually tending to the goings on at Little Seed Gardens (my family farm in Chatham, N.Y.), teaching classes and leading field trips at an after school sexuality education program called Wisebodies (also located in Chatham), or, as of these last two weeks, brainstorming and crealitating with the Camp Now crew.