1. Basket Art House: A Creative Studio for Environmental Non-Profits

    As many in our nation hold their breath as the new administration takes office and awaits the possible ramifications for our environment, it’s comforting to know that there are a variety of grassroots and established non-profit organizations on the ground working to protect the Earth. What’s important now is to focus our energy on supporting those organizations and their work in any way we can, and Geoff Holstad, Apparel Graphic Designer at Patagonia and Director of the roaming creative residency Cabin-Time–see RANGE Magazine Issue Five for more information–has launched a new non-profit venture called Basket Art House to do exactly that. … Read More

  2. Free Range Art: A Creative Retreat for Artists Ready to Step Out of their Studios and into Nature

    Is it just me, or do campfire conversations and meandering wilderness walks seem to nurture creative thoughts more effectively than sitting in a studio and swiping a smart phone? Thoreau knew it when he packed up for Walden Pond, and Geoffrey Holstad and Ryan Greaves knew it when they dreamed up Cabin-Time, a roaming creative residency that takes a handful of artists and makers into the wild each year to connect with nature and each other—and produce work they’d never dream of back in their four-walled studios. … Read More

  3. Pencil + Paper: Lucy Engelman

    We discovered the work of Michigan-based illustrator, Lucy Engelman, a few years ago through Cabin Time and visit her site regularly to get inspired. Cabin Time is a roaming creative residency, which hosts artists in intentionally remote locations throughout the country. Once they arrive, the artists begin a week-long workshop where they can create convivial projects in a variety of mediums including photography, painting, writing, film making, and illustration.

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