Rosalind Pace & Marcia Simon

Marcia Simon and Rosalind Pace met when they were undergraduates at Brown University. They first created Image Making in 1976 and have been developing it ever since. They have taught at The New School, as well as at the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill and several libraries and schools.

Rosalind Pace, poet, artist, teacher, was awarded a Poetry Fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council for 2016. Her poems have appeared in Atlanta Review, Passager, upstreet, Nimrod, American Poetry Review, Ploughshares, The Iowa Review and others.  She was Writer-in-Residence at Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School from its founding in 1995 to her retirement in 2009. Before that, she was with Poets-in-the-Schools in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She exhibited collages at the original Provincetown Group Gallery, taught for many years at Castle Hill, and was Director of Long Point Gallery from 1995-1998. She has led a Memoirs writing group in Truro for almost twenty years. Her collages and handmade books are in public and private collections. She lives in Truro.

Marcia Simon is a writer, artist, teacher, and child and adolescent psychotherapist. Her novel, A Special Gift, was made into an ABC Afterschool Special, which won a Peabody Award. She graduated from Brown University and took classes at RISD as part of her concentration in Art. She has an MA in History of Art from Yale, studied book arts with Marian Parry at the Radcliffe Institute, and received an MS in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University. She also studied with Budd Hopkins, Alan Dugan, Alan Feldman, Dorianne Laux and Joe Millar.