com·mon·wealth (kŏm′ən-wĕlth′)

Commonwealth Word

com·mon·wealth (kŏmən-wĕlth′)

  1. n. The common good of the people; the public welfare; commonweal (Middle English; late 15c)

Commonwealth Word supports writers and artists with full-service colony residencies and the opportunity to support themselves with their craft by collaborating with local learning communities on workshops and projects that return arts education to its role in the public good.