Artist Fellowship with Getaway in wonderful nature environment.
It's camping season. Summer vacation in earnest has begun. Everyone is busy figuring out how to spend their vacation. Some people have made plans in advance, but some people have already made plans for a vacation in a hurry because of their busy schedules. How do artists spend their vacation? Apparently, artists prefer a place where they get a lot of inspiration from their work life and this can lead to their work.
And away from the chaos of the city life as much as possible, prefer a more natural, quiet, contemplative and inspirational place. If you are an artist, there is a program that you might be interested in at least once. It is a Getaway Artist Fellowship Program.
With 15 Outposts and counting, Getaway offers simple escapes to nature within two hours of major cities across the country — inviting guests to savor their free time, find balance through disconnection, and enjoy the company of those who matter most.
This is a camping site where you can relax while listening to the beautiful birdsong while safely looking at the night sky in a cabin with all glass walls on one side.
You can get the information by clicking on the article “Artist Fellowship Program” at the bottom of the main homepage below.
Interested artists can click the red apply button below. If this application is successful, you will get a free opportunity of 2 days 1 night from this camping company.
Artist Fellows use nature as the ultimate canvas to explore their creative sides. From painters to chefs, to sculptors, and musicians, our Artist Fellowship program provides a free overnight Getaway to artists looking to harness their talents in a focused environment.
Our Artist Fellowship generally runs for 1 night, 2 days on weeknights.
Artist Fellows are notified within a month if their application has been accepted or rejected. We use the term “artist” loosely - writers, illustrators, poets, chefs, game makers, urban planners — anyone who is creating is considered a good candidate for fellowship.
Myungja Anna Koh