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National Book Award Winner Jarrett Krososka will be traveling to Southwest Virginia to spend time with your students and community

The Origin Project is thrilled to announce that bestselling author and National Book Award Winner Jarrett Krososka will be traveling to Southwest Virginia to spend time with your students and community on November 5th and 6th. With our love and best wishes,Nancy, Adri and Linda http://www.studiojjk.com/ https://www.ehc.edu/calendar/event_id/41012/view/event

Jarrett Krosoczka journeying to Abingdon to join the panel “Talking Our Way Out” for an important discussion about addiction.

We are deeply grateful to Jarrett Krosoczka for journeying to Abingdon for writing workshops with the students of The Origin Project and for joining the panel, “Talking Our Way Out” for an important discuss about addiction. This was an exceptional experience for our students, families and community. Great thanks also to Emory & Henry College […]

Southwest Virginia Students Become Published Authors Through the Origin Project
June 2, 2017

Imagine becoming a published author before graduating high school – or even middle school. Over 2,300 Southwest Virginia students have experienced this accomplishment thanks to The Origin Project(TOP), a year-long, in-school program to encourage lifelong writing skills and pride in students’ Appalachian heritage. Co-founded by Author Adriana Trigiani and Executive Director Nancy Bolmeier Fisher, The Origin Project inspires […]

Virginia Commission for the Arts Recognizes The Origin Project as an “Inspirational Emerging Arts Organization”

The Origin Project is Honored as Virginia Commission for the Arts Celebrates 50th Anniversary Governor Ralph Northam Congratulates the Commission and the “50 for 50 Arts Inspiration Award” Recipients The Origin Project has received a prestigious 50 for 50 Arts Inspiration Award from the Virginia Commission for the Arts for excellence as an Emerging Arts […]