Join a lively and engaging discussion on the history of the ‘60s and the Woodstock Music & Art Fair, hosted by Bethel Woods Teaching Artist, Bizzy Coy, and Museum Education Program Manager Laura Burrell. Find out how the Festival came to be, and its relevance to today. The audience will participate in collaborative storytelling and art making. Our speakers welcome you to bring stories and artifacts that show how Woodstock influenced and affected residents of Highland.
Everyone who attends will receive a free pass to The Museum at Bethel Woods.
Bizzy Coy’s humorous writing has appeared in The New Yorker and McSweeney’s. She has received a MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Puffin Foundation Grant, Platte Clove Artist Residency, and DVAA Individual Artist Grant. Bizzy is a local resident of the town of Highland.