The Endicott Studio for Mythic Arts
The Endicott Studio was a nonprofit organization dedicated to literary, visual, performance, and environmental arts rooted in myth, folklore, fairy tales, and the traditional stories of people the world over. It was founded by Terri Windling in Boston in 1987, co-directed with Midori Snyder, and ran until the autumn of 2008 (when Terri moved permanently to England).
For 30+ years, Endicott supported a wide variety of mythic projects, events, and publications -- while at the same time raising money for charities assisting homeless, abused, and at-risk children.
Endicott's online journal, The Journal of Mythic Arts, appeared online from 1997 to 2008, promoting contemporary mythic arts and providing resources and information for mythic artists, students, and scholars. A number of the journal's most popular articles have been archived on this site, along with much of its poetry. JoMA was honored with the World Fantasy Award in its final year of publication.
Endicott was a co-sponsor of the Endicott West Arts Retreat, which offered work and retreat space space on a small desert ranch outside Tucson, Arizona from 2001 to 20014.
Art: "The Scribe" by Alan Lee. Used here with permission.