Solitude and connection, travel and downtime — our residencies strive for a balance between them all. However, we cannot control the natural elements that may impact art creation. Inclement weather, cold and hot temperatures, as well as fatigue and general wear-and-tear from trip may impact your ability to create art. But fear not! With flexibility ...
Photographer and one of The Peel Project participating artists, Callan Field, has been publishing to Instagram his photography from trip last August, complete with commentary. These are a few of our favourites: A photo posted by Callan Field (@callanfield) on Apr 4, 2015 at 10:28am PDT Peel Project Day 3: Katie Green rests after a long ...
The Canadian Wilderness Residency Program strives to foster new perspectives on Canadian identity and works to promote and curate art that reflects on the themes of our national narrative.
By inspiring artists with experiences in the wilderness and cultural landscapes of northern Canada, we hope to foster new perspectives and stories about who we are as a country.
In addition to our residencies, we work to create opportunities to share artists’ work in Canadian galleries and public venues.
Grow your portfolio, your network and your experience in the
remote Canadian wilderness.
Spark the next stage in your artistic career.