Loghaven’s open call for applications runs from June 1 to July 15, 2022. Artists who practice visual arts, dance, theater, writing, architecture, music composition and interdisciplinary work are invited to apply for residencies taking place in 2023 and 2024.
Loghaven is a model retreat residence with sessions lasting two to six weeks. This cabin community provides all resident artists with a living allowance and reimbursement for travel and freight. Both emerging and established artists are encouraged to submit nominations.
In 2021, Loghaven received the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Architecture Award recognizing excellence in contemporary architecture. Residents have access to beautiful facilities, including the 860 square foot Visual Arts Studio with specialized equipment and the Performing Arts Studio with a suspended floor.
Loghaven seeks to provide selected individuals with a transformative residency experience that fully supports their creative practice. One of the tenets of the program is to build relationships with the artists that last beyond their stay. Here’s what previous fellows had to say:
Everything is in place for an artist to do her best. Whether it’s working on select projects or brainstorming new ideas, the atmosphere at Loghaven is tailored to your needs. For artists accustomed to a dedicated studio space with lots of privacy and quiet, this is ideal. The history and environment surrounding your cabin and studio are rich in inspiration.
I will leave here feeling respected, nurtured and nurtured; body, soul practice.
To learn more about the residency and to apply, visit loghaven.org/apply.
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