York Community High School

Mirrors

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Welcome to Mirrors!

 

“The artist is not a different kind of person, but every person is a different kind of artist.”

– Eric Gill

 

What kind of artist are you?

 

Whether you are interested in writing, photography, music, or visual art, you are welcome to share and sharpen your craft with your peers.  Mirrors offers many opportunities for artists of all kinds!  Drop in for a writing workshop, run or perform in Java Live, submit your work for publication, or take part in designing, editing, or selecting submissions for Mirrors Magazine.

FAQ's

Who can join Mirrors? Anyone!  If you are interested in creative writing, photography, performance, visual art, or publishing, Mirrors is for you!

What does Mirrors do?  Mirrors publishes the annual literary magazine featuring creative writing, photography, artwork created by York students.  Mirrors also hosts  writing workshops and Java Live  events throughout the school year.

What’s new? This year, Mirrors hopes to launch new, more frequent online magazine issues in addition to the traditional print magazine at the end of the school year.  Consider joining and helping us achieve our vision!

How can I publish my work in Mirrors?  During our submissions drive, pick up a form from A337, the English Office, the Learning Commons, or your English teacher.  It’s never early to begin working on a submission piece!

Where can I get a copy of the magazine? Free copies are available in the English Office, Learning Commons, A337, or from your English teacher.

Contact

Shackleton, Jennifer
English Teacher jshackleton@elmhurst205.org

UPCOMING EVENTS

EVERY MONDAY: Meeting after school in A337.  Can't make it?  Don't miss out! See Ms. Shackleton for details about the meeting

 

NEXT JAVA LIVE:

 

NEXT JAVA LIVE: TBA FALL 2016

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So, what's this Java Live thing?

Java Live transforms the York Commons into a coffee house atmosphere, featuring refreshments and an open mic stage.  Acoustic performers of all kinds – poets, musicians, ensembles, etc. – may sign up at the door to perform at Java Live.  Java Live is held several Friday evenings each semester.  Don’t miss out!