Environmental Arts and Humanities Affiliated Faculty are invited to apply for a solo or collaborative residency at the Cabin at Shotpouch Creek. If you are applying for a collaborative residency, your collaborator does not need to be EAH Affiliated Faculty.
Dates and Application Deadlines
There are two summer 2018 Faculty Residency sessions available:
- June 25 to July 1
- July 2 to 8
The deadline for application materials is Monday, May 21, 2018.
For More Information
Please visit our website at springcreek.oregonstate.edu and/or contact Shelley Stonebrook, Spring Creek Project program coordinator, at email@example.com.
About the Cabin at Shotpouch Creek
The Cabin at Shotpouch Creek is a lovely and comfortable glass-and-cedar retreat nestled in the Oregon Coast Range on a 40-acre nature reserve about 25 miles west of Corvallis. The house overlooks Shotpouch Creek, a tributary of the Marys River. From the cabin, miles of hiking trails climb into the forest- and fern-covered hills. The cabin is nicely furnished and has a well-equipped kitchen, electric heat, and telephone. There is no internet or cell phone service. The cabin and land are entirely smoke-free, and we cannot allow pets at the cabin. You must provide your own transportation to the cabin, which is about a 30-minute drive from Corvallis.
About the Spring Creek Project
The mission of the Spring Creek Project is to bring together the practical wisdom of the environmental sciences, the clarity of philosophical analysis, and the creative, expressive power of the written word to find new ways to understand and re-imagine our relation to the natural world. Dedicated to creating conversations among creative writers, philosophers, and environmental scientists, both in and out of the academy, we work to nurture collaborations among people with various ways of seeing, understanding, and expressing the relation between humans and the rest of the natural world.