Selected artists will stay in the historic DeLonde Barn at Caribou Ranch.
Artists can stay up to four days and three nights (Wednesday-Saturday) during period from July 15 to September 30.
Artists will not share residence with another artist, but are permitted to bring one adult companion if desired.
The open space property offers a variety of landscapes to explore including streams, waterfalls, forests, and beautiful vistas. Moose, elk, black bears, beavers, bats and nearly 90 species of birds live within or pass through the area.
Also found on the property is the Blue Bird Mine complex where miners from the 1870s to the 1960s extracted silver ore. In the early 1900s, the site was a whistle stop for the Denver, Boulder & Western Railroad.
The residence includes:
- Solar-powered electricity for lighting, cooking, and heating water.
- Outlets for low-powered electrical devices (there is no Wi-Fi).
- Twin-sized bunk beds (no tents or camping allowed outside the living quarters).
- Outhouse with pit toilet and solar-powered camp shower and sink.
- Outdoor dish washing station.
- Dining area and kitchen furnished with drinking water, electric stove-top burners, toaster oven, cooking utensils, and cleaning supplies.
- Two large RTIC coolers (there is no refrigerator).
- Outdoor picnic table (campfires are not permitted).