photo: Rand Renfrow
Cabin-Time is a roaming creative residency to remote places.
Through work and play that is both off-the-grid and on-the-land, Cabin-Time provides an opportunity for creative experimentation, adventures in landscape, and forever friendships.
Cabin-Time invites artists, designers, writers, musicians, scientists, sign-painters, bird-watchers, cheerleaders, schemers and dreamers to make site-specific work in cooperative intentional isolation. Conscientious environmental stewardship is a core principle of Cabin-Time. Together, we work to set up camp, share chores, cook group meals, and help each other develop our ideas. Cabin-Time hosts residencies annually, often in the summer, sometimes in the snow. The number of creatives invited to each residency varies by location and degree of isolation.
HOW TO APPLY:
Each creative is chosen following an open call, based on their application and proposal on the location and theme announced. Artists are chosen no later than one month prior to each residency, giving adequate time to independently and cooperatively research the chosen location and prepare supplies/materials.
We typically field around 100 applications for each residency, which is curated down to 6-9 invited residents.
**THE CT6 PROPOSAL PERIOD IS NOW CLOSED**
Cabin-Time is a year-round labor of love, made possible by the hard working hands of a small crew and large circle of friends.
Geoffrey Holstad (Founder/Director) Ojai, California
Geoffrey Holstad is an artist, creative director, plein air graphic designer and citizen meteorologist. He currently daylights as an Apparel Graphic Designer at Patagonia. He loves a strong fun ethic, bad coffee, folk traditions, reading out loud, craft, weather, and the camaraderie right before the frostbite takes hold. That air is straight from Canada, we’re stoked.
Ryan Greaves (Co-Founder/Logistician) Grand Rapids, Michigan
Ryan Greaves is a graphic designer, photographer, artist, collector, cat lover and forever eagle scout. He enjoys making people smile and is inspired by the absurd, unique and weird. Reason and rationale guide him in his work, but nothing’s perfect.
Mary Rothlisberger (Conversationalist/Relationalist) Palouse, Washington
Mary Rothlisberger is a migratory mostly friendly fun-making high-five in the moonlight good time. She is a thinker, writer, reader, hide-and-go-seeker finder situated in the hinterland of North America. Her work explores universal issues of relating to one another by sincerely engaging in site-specific action and encouraging an inclusive adventurous collective spirit. She believes in a rational optimism, a compassionate intellect, and unconditional love. She likes to make magic, romance, sweet tea, and fried potatoes. She keeps the Hoping Machine running, everyday.
Carson Davis Brown (Media Director/Documentarian) Grand Rapids, Michigan
Carson Davis Brown is a photographer and filmmaker with a background in design. When he’s not working from home, he’s traveling with friends, meeting new people, and making eggs.
Sarah Darnell (Planner/Ecological Advisor) Ojai, California
Sarah Darnell is a science-minded designer living in the sage-scented hills of California. Inspired by honesty and imperfection, she believes that functional solutions, dirty hands, and beautiful days keep the world turning. She is currently designing apparel for Patagonia, figuring out the ocean, and earning blisters.
Nick Stockton (Cook) Grand Rapids, Michigan