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Crater Lake Artist-in-Residence Program

July 25, 2012


Writers, sculptors, photographers, painters, dancers, cinematographers, musicians, composers, and other visual and performing artists are invited to apply for this opportunity to draw upon the multifaceted qualities of the park for inspiration.

The Artists-In-Residence program at Crater Lake National Park offers both established and emerging writers, composers, and visual and performing artists the opportunity to participate. The program will support one established artist and one emerging or student artist. All applicants must be 18 years of age or older. College Credit may be available through Southern Oregon University.


The program provides an opportunity for two eligible artists to spend up to two weeks of the fall, and another two artists for up to two weeks in the winter, at Crater Lake National Park to pursue their particular art form while being surrounded by the awe-inspiring landscape of the park. We celebrate student and emerging artists! While the program is designed to appeal to artists at any stage, we encourage applications from interested college students including those enrolled in Crater Lake National Park’s partner institutions, Southern Oregon University and Oregon Institute of Technology.


Dates of Residencies:    Crater Lake Science & Learning Center staff will work with artists to arrange suitable dates for the residency from within time frame. Residencies may total up to 14 days and are subject to housing availability.

The winter residency:    April  – May     Application Due: February
The fall residency:    September – October    Application Due: February



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