Artists-in-Residence, Isle Royal National Part
School of Art and Design
The Isle Royal National Park Artists-in-Residency Program is a national juried competition for artists of any medium to spend two or three weeks on the Island in the historic Dassler family cabin with accommodations provided by the Park, pursuing their creative endeavor. Twice during the residency, artists are required to present their project to visitors at the park.
Flavin, Christine, "Artists-in-Residence, Isle Royal National Part" (2009). Faculty Works. 1139.
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