Lots and lots of news on the Cabin-Time front!
We completed our fourth residency this past February, hosting 12 residents from around the United States and Canada. Cabin-Time: Wilderness was stationed in a 1920’s CCC-built bunkhouse in Wilderness State Park in the upper reaches of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
We released a mini-documentary showcasing the residency today!
You can get caught up on all the photos from the residency too!
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We are gearing up for the residency’s exhibition, showcasing work made during and following the residency, opening Friday, March 22 at Craft House (40 S. Division, Grand Rapids, Michigan) from 6 to 9pm.
Available at the opening will be the Cabin-Time: Wilderness Field Guide, the latest release from C.T. and Issue Press, editioned at 200 copies. Past C.T. field guides are currently sold in stores worldwide and are available online.
Also available for purchase will be a limited edition tee printed by Citizenshirt in Grand Rapids, Michigan, designed by Geoffrey Holstad of Cabin-Time. All of C.T.’s proceeds from the sale of this shirt will benefit the organization Ban Michigan Fracking. Cash, check, and credit cards will be accepted the night of the opening.
Both the shirt and the field guide will be available online soon!
Presenting Sponsor of Cabin-Time: Wilderness is CITIZENSHIRT
We hope to see you at the opening, and stay tuned for details about the OPEN CALL for CT5, scheduled for late Summer 2013!
Stoked about our first foray into blind embossing with our pals at Dinderbeck Studio. These are test blocks made up by Brandon Alman, the real magic happens tomorrow night!
From Issue Press…
JACOBSVILLE is a collection of 12 drawings inspired by the natural weathering of Jacobsville sandstone, a rock unique to Lake Superior and the Rabbit Island area. The rocks were collected, curated, and photographed during the third Cabin-Time artist residency on Rabbit Island in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Sarah Darnell is an industrial designer, illustrator, and outdoor enthusiast. Her work is heavily inspired by simplicity, function, and observation
This is iP-006.
Just got back from CT4, looking forward to sharing more soon. They’re giving babies away.
photo: Carson Davis Brown
We returned yesterday afternoon from Michigan’s snowing and blowing tundra. Stay tuned this week and next and the next after, for photos, videos, writing, and exhibition details.
Today’s the day.