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Diane Middlebrook Studios: Creative Seclusion
If you’ve always wanted to sit down and crank out your masterpiece, you might have noticed that modern life is so full of distractions it can even be possible to forget which is which. But the Djerassi Resident Artists Program has a way for you to find some time away from it all, by shacking up in their Diane Middlebrook Studios.
Diane Middlebrook Studios come courtesy of CCS Architecture, and the 280-square-foot structures are specifically engineered for creative and productive seclusion, while also fostering a temporary community with your fellow residents (the studios are grouped in a cluster of four). Residencies last about a month, with no costs apart from travel and material expenses to the artists who are invited to participate.
You can get more information on the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (and apply for a residency if you’re ready to complete your masterpiece) right here, with more info on the Diane Middlebrook Studios themselves at CCS’ site here.