Arts Letters and Numbers is excited to introduce Craft 1o1, a new model of education grounded in an ethos defined by listening, mentorship and collaboration. Craft 1o1 brings a wide spectrum of practices —material, spatial, and poetic— into close proximity, with the hope of deepening experiences, relationships, and understandings.

Between July 1 and Aug 30, over twenty programs will occur on and around our Averill Park Campus. We aim to create an atmosphere of both depth and openness, offering participants unique skills and learning experiences.

Craft 1o1 aims to revolutionize the educational landscape. At the heart of this vision lies a commitment to prioritizing the unique interests of each person through a transformative framework. The structure will be completely porous, empowering people to freely explore their curiosities. We encourage participants to join multiple programs, and move freely between them, discovering their interests and charting their paths as they go.

Application Deadline: June 1, 2024

Craft 1o1 registration is open to both Resident participants staying on the campus and non-resident participants joining daily. All programs are open to participation by everyone on the campus who would like to join, and we encourage people to choose as many programs as they would like. Resident participants will stay on campus to participate in any programs and projects happening on site throughout the duration of their stay. Non-resident registration includes local community members, ages 14+, coming on site to participate in any programs and projects they choose. Youth participants (age 14-22) have the opportunity to join the larger B-Unbound mentorship community through our partnership with Big Picture Learning.

Resident Participation Costs: $550/week (Shared Room), $750/week (Private Room), $900/week (Private room for couples). These prices cover participation in any program happening on site during your stay.

Non-Resident Participation Cost: $200/wk or $40/day for access to all Craft 1o1 programs happening on campus during your selected dates.

All fees include three collective meals a week for both resident and non-resident participants.