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Resilient Artist Project
Resilient Artist Project

The Resilient Artist Project

Dates

  • Sept 30 - Oct 2, 2022, A three-night retreat at St. Andrew's House, Union WA
  • November 2022, online gathering, date TBD
  • May 12 - May 14, 2023, An in-person retreat at the OQ Farm, Vermont
  • June 2023, online gathering, date TBD

Facilitators: May Kytonen, Shannon Sigler, Linda Roberts, Kimberly Miller

Price:
Because of a generous grant, Artists who are accepted will only pay $150 for registration, accommodations, and meals. Artists will be responsible for their own travel to and from the two retreat centers.

Registration for the 2022 cohort has closed. We are hopeful we will be able to offer this program in 2023 pending grant funding.

If you'd like to learn more about the Brehm Residency instead, click here.

EMBRACE YOUR CREATIVE WORK WITH COURAGE

The goal of The Resilient Artist Project is to create a space where psychological health is nurtured so you can boldly create in the midst of a changing world. We will investigate the connections between spiritual health, mental health, and the creative process for Artists of faith. Artists will walk away with practical tools, and relationships with other Creatives.

HOW TO APPLY

You do not need to be a professional artists to apply. Applications will require the submission of your creative portfolio—at least five samples of creative work you are most proud of. Online portfolios or websites are preferred, but uploaded files will also be accepted. You must have a Google account (GMail) to access the application. If you don’t already have one, please take a moment to create an account here.

Selected Artists will join an intimate cohort of fellow Creatives for two in-person retreats and two online gatherings. In-person gatherings will consist of cohort sessions, instructional time, as well as time to be renewed by the beauty of nature.

Registration for the 2022 cohort has closed. We are hopeful we will be able to offer this program in 2023 pending grant funding.

If you'd like to learn more about the Brehm Residency instead, click here.

PROJECT DETAILS

Sept 30 – Oct 2, 2022 – A three-night retreat at St. Andrew’s House, Union WA
November 2022 – An online gathering, date TBD
May 12 – May 14, 2023 – An in-person retreat at the OQ Farm, Vermont
June 2023 –An online gathering, date TBD

Because of a generous grant, Artists who are accepted will only pay $150 for registration, accommodations, and meals. Artists will be responsible for their own travel to and from the two retreat centers.

Locations

OQ FarmOQ Farm

OQ Farm is a getaway with accommodations for over 30 people on site, access to indoor meeting space in a chapel and refectory, as well as a downtown Woodstock office with full conference tables for meetings. Learn more about OQ Farm, Vermont.

St. Andrew's houseSt. Andrew's House

St. Andrew's House has been owned and operated since 1954 by the Diocese of Olympia, the Episcopal Church of Western Washington. Their mission is to provide retreats for individual and group reflection, and community-building in communion with God and Creation. Learn more about St. Andrew's House.

Registration for the 2022 cohort has closed. We are hopeful we will be able to offer this program in 2023 pending grant funding.

If you'd like to learn more about the Brehm Residency instead, click here.

Facilitators

Linda RobertsLinda Roberts, LMFT, Spiritual Director

Linda Roberts is a psychotherapist, spiritual director, life coach, and speaker. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the states of California and Texas. Learn more about her and her work.

Shannon SiglerShannon Sigler, Executive Director

Shannon Sigler is the Executive Director of the Brehm Center at Fuller Seminary. She is a visual artists and doctoral student examining theological aesthetics and the spiritual health of artists. Learn more about her and her work.

May KytonenMay Kytonen, Director of Cohorts

May Kytonen is the Director of Cohorts at the Brehm Center. She is a visual artist based in Seattle creating work sourced from her mixed Taiwanese heritage. Learn more about her and her work.

Kimberly MillerKimberly Miller, MTh, LMFT

Kimberly is the co-author of Boundaries for Your Soul and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, speaker, and retreat leader. Learn more about her and her work.

Contact Us

Pasadena

(626) 304-3789

[email protected]

135 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91182

Primary Contact: Ruth Schmidt

Houston

10200 Richmond Ave #170
Houston, TX 77042

Primary Contact: David Taylor