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We are thrilled to be welcoming you to Symphony Space!

The health and safety of all are our top priorities. Symphony Space requires that all staff, artists, and patrons be fully vaccinated (and provide proof), and that everyone (except performers on stage) wear masks while in the building.

Please be advised that certain events may have additional Covid-19 requirements, which can be found on the event page on our website.

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Write On!

  • Culture | Cross Culture
  • Format | Workshop, After School Program
  • Discipline | Literary Arts
  • Level | Grades 3 to 5, Grades 6 to 8, Grades 9 to 12

Making writing fun, this workshop introduces creative prompts, revision techniques, and feedback strategies to writers of all ages. All genres from non-fiction to fantasy to poetry can be explored.


Alice Eve Cohen
Education Artists Alice Eve Cohen

Alice Eve Cohen is a writer and solo theatre artist. Her first memoir, What I Thought I Knew, was selected as one of Oprah Magazine’s 25 Best Books of Summer, and Salon’s Best Books of the Year. She has written for Nickelodeon, CTW, and CBS, and has toured her solo shows and plays nationally and internationally. She holds a B.A. from Princeton University and an M.F.A. from The New School.

Madeline Cohen
Education Artists Madeline Cohen

Madeline Cohen, Symphony Space’s Education Director, has been working in the arts and arts education for over thirty five years at such institutions as the Lincoln Center Institute, the UFT, and Teachers College, among others. She has authored curriculum guides for the Metropolitan Opera Guild and the Nashville Institute for the Arts in Education. She is also a costume designer, receiving a B.A. from Brandeis University, and a M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Misha McGlown
Education Artists Misha Mcglown

Misha McGlown is a multifaceted artist, curator, and educator specializing in wearable art, jewelry design, painting, and metalwork – all of which showcase her deep interest in African culture and ancient civilizations. As a teaching artist, she has participated with Groundswell Mural Arts Project, Arts Horizons, and Manhattan Youth. She has been awarded artist grants by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Puffin Foundation, and Harlem Arts Alliance. Ms. McGlown was educated at Wayne State University and the Center for Creative Studies.

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