Capitol Reef Chooses New Class Of Artists In Residence
ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — Capitol Reef National Park has announced its 2021 Artists in Residence: a painter, a printmaker, a photographer and a writer.
The program pays living expenses for artists to live, work and practice their crafts in the park’s spectacular landscapes.
This group of artists will be documenting things like the famously dark night skies and the effects of climate change.
The Artists-in-Residence program can be found in over 50 national parks around the country including Arches and Zion National Parks, as well as Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, in Utah.
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