Frances Sultan

Owner of Half Moon Bar in Hudson, NY. Mama of two. Booker of bands. Writer of short fiction. Fan of Virginia Wolf.

Why is it important for you to join Womens Workplace?: O I need a room of my own ! In order to escape 2 kids and house anxieties . Get back in touch with my creative mind.

201 Allen st.
Hudson, NY 12534

Alexa Wilding

Singer-songwriter. Mother of twin boys. Memoirist. Inspired by Mann—-Sally Mann.

Why is it important for you to join Womens Workplace?: We are relocating to the area, and I am looking for an inspiring space to work in but also a hub to meet like-minded women. Even though writing is solitary, the musician in me is super social, and I am excited to connect and learn from other makers, mothers, movers and shakers. Community is everything to me.

716 County Route 2, Elizaville, NY 12523

Rebecca Posner

Artist, bodyworker, and educational writer. Influenced and inspired by Pam Grossman of Phantasmaphile and Witch Wave podcast. (We should all check out the Witch Wave)

Why is it important for you to join Womens Workplace? I have recently migrated to the Hudson Valley after spending 10 years living and working in Brooklyn. The space, the air, the growing-room for creativity, the connection to the Earth is all feeding me and my work. I'm also acutely aware of my need to connect to conscious communities where I can share all the creative growth that I have come here for in the first place. And it's probably no coincidence that in my recent creative and teaching exploits I have been especially cognizant of the power and necessity of collaboration, especially among women. I've never sought out a "women's space" before. To some degree, I have always taken sisterhood for granted in my life. With this move, I'm in a new era of conscious choices about my environment and my community - so the draw towards Women's Workplace feels strong, clear, and exponentially positive.

40 Broome Street, Catskill, NY 12414