Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture Residencies
Artists, ecological scientists, and scholars wanting to explore connections to nature, land conservation, historic preservation, agriculture and community building projects are invited to Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture in Sisters, Oregon.
2023 Residency Program
We are excited about our theme for our 2023 Residency: FOOD & AGRICULTURE.
Food is inextricably connected to thriving people, sustainable environments, prosperous economies and community resilience. Looking forward, many agricultural practices will need to adapt (if they haven’t already) to meet the challenges posed by changes to our environment, climate and population. In recent years, significant efforts have been made to shift away from the industrialized system that currently dominates the food industry, in the hope that a collection of more holistic techniques and sources of food production solutions will take its place. These efforts also explore collaborative forms of community interactions that give rise to community-supported agricultural initiatives such as farmers’ markets and seed to table co-operatives, which encourage us to eat more seasonally and locally.
Aiming to improve our understanding of regional community food systems (from production to processing to distribution to consumer) and to explore strategies for strengthening local food systems, for this residency cycle we will host artists, culture bearers, scientists, scholars and researchers to reflect on the theme of food & agriculture as foundational expressions of life.
Our Residency Application is currently closed. Applications for 2024 residencies will open in late summer 2023.
To apply, click the button below to access our application portal. There, click the ‘Create New Account’ button. Follow the prompts to create an account. Once logged in, you will see information to apply to the 2023 PMRCAA Residency Program.
Click here to download a PDF version of the 2023 Residency Application Questions.
Before you apply, we encourage you to look at PMRCAA’s goals and history, as well as The Roundhouse Foundation’s Mission and Vision. PMRCAA foregrounds its identity in a strong sense of place and community, and encourages residents to actively engage with the local talent in an exchange of ideas and knowledge.
Click here to watch a tutorial video for a walk-through on how to sign up in our application portal.