Signal Fire announces a call for applications for its tenth annual season of remote residencies and retreats on public wildlands, open to artists working in all disciplines, as well as activists, researchers, and curators. Applications are free and located online at signalfirearts.org.
Our 2019 theme NAVIGATE TOGETHER focuses on the vitality and necessity of migration. Our programs span the North American West, tracing the reliable, the obstructed, and the potential migratory routes that connect animal, plant, and human communities across the region.
Wide Open Studios: Apply by April 15:
Signal Fire’s arts and ecology field institute, Wide Open Studios, returns with two, month-long immersion courses. Our seventh annual Summer Immersion follows the upstream route of spawning salmon along wild mountain rivers through the greater homeland of the Nez Perce; residents will experience the impact of climate change on the first foods habitats of the inland Northwest. This autumn, Wide Open Studios traces the route of possibility: the Paseo del Lobo, a path of natural dispersal for the Mexican Grey Wolf from its current diminished range in the headwaters of the Gila River, toward the Grand Canyon. In summer, we also premier a one-week writing intensive in the shadow of Mount Adams, a land where butterfly and Bigfoot enthusiasts both follow the movement of elusive creatures. Wide Open Studios applications remain open through April 15.
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