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Loghaven Artist Residency Announced



Loghaven Artist Residency, a newly created residency for emerging and established artists in the fields of visual art, dance, music, writing, theater, and interdisciplinary work, announces its first group of artists and the completion of its campus. The launch of Loghaven Artist Residency is the culmination of years of planning, research, design and input from artists, arts leaders and the Alliance of Artist Communities.

The residency features artist housing in historic, rehabilitated log cabins, as well as a newly constructed Performing Arts Studio and Visual Arts Studio and a 3,900-square-foot Gateway Building with additional studio space and facilities for artists—all located on 90 acres of woodland, minutes from downtown Knoxville.

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