* Creative Coptic Book-Binding
with Phyllis Mauldin
Wednesday, January 23



Your Options in Self-Publishing
Presented by 
Marj Charlier

Sunacumen Press

Table Manners

Interactive Play Readings

--- with Don Smith

Sat. ~ January 19, 2018 ~ 1-3pm


Unless otherwise noted, all workshops & events are centered in Dorland's Community Arts Studio

Give the gift of a Dorland Workshop 

Gift Certificates Available Here

Plan a visit to see Dorland

Our Next Workshops Are...

Saturday, December 15, 2018
4 - 9pm

Share art, do art, hang with other artists

and just have fun!

Free & Open to the Public

Refreshments & Wine

​Location: Dorland's Community Arts Studio 

Saturday, January 12, 2019
10 - 12pm

Publisher Marj Charlier will explore the choices you have as a self-publisher, discuss book design and formatting, and help unveil the mysterious world of book publishing.

​Register Here

​Location: Dorland's Community Arts Studio 

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Celebrate the Arts 2019 at Dorland

June 23, 2019 from 12-6pm

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Mailing address: P.O. Box 6, Temecula, CA 92593 ~ Physical Address: 36701 Highway 79 South, Temecula, CA 92592
(951) 302-3837 ~ www.dorlandartscolony.org ~ info@dorlandartscolony.org
A California 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization

Dorland Mountain Arts Colony was founded in 1979 by concert pianist, Ellen Dorland and environmentalist, Barbara Horton. Individual cottages provide studio and living facilities within the Dorland Preserve, a 300-acre wilderness area acquired with the help of The Nature Conservancy. Dorland Mountain Arts Colony is a nonprofit organization. Its purpose is to deepen the quality of the creative process, enabling its residents to explore their own creative resources without distraction. Residency Applications are reviewed monthly.

Photo Credit: Stephen Eldred, Associate Artist

Dorland Mountain Arts Colony is a beautiful retreat where artists, writers, musicians and composers can create in a secluded, natural setting. The colony is located near Temecula Valley Wine Country, about 100 miles south of Los Angeles and sixty miles north of San Diego.