The best part of owning a camp is that we get to give it away to causes & creatives. This years artist in residence program is taking a different shape. Weve partnered with @THEJAUNT to invite 4 local artists here for a week to make art… 25% of all the proceeds of the presales on are donated to 4 local good causes:Social Works Chicago @socialworks_chi socialworks_chi. kellyLGBT Detroit @lgbtdetroit BakpakBrave Space Alliance @bravespacealliance. DavidDetroit Black Community Food Security Network- Ellen THE ARTISTS@ellenrutt DETROITWith an abstract vocabulary of shapes, textures & primary colours, Ellen creates her own language through mixed-media paintings, murals, installations and a variety of wearables. Through her work Ellen tells a symbolic narrative of connectivity and dissonance, through which she questions the ways we create meaning from non-sense. Her work often features an immersive, performative quality, encouraging participation.@kellyknaga CHICAGOIn her work, Kelly investigates the natural and digital landscapes through the play of shape, image, color, line and pattern. Her work utilises historical and sometimes fictional references through anthropological studies, mapmaking and storytelling. She is Dir.of Design Education at IUN & other design organisations.@davheo CHICAGOHaving recently been named as part of the next generation of Image Makers, David an upcoming artist who utilises the symbology inherent to historical paintings and illustrations of mythology and folklore. Utilising history to create mix of grand mythical meta narratives to serene frames of domestic daily life. Depictions of horses, dogs and tigers are typologies of the people he encounters in night life.@bakpakdurden DETROITWith a primary focus on the human figure, Bakpak, uses a range of mediums including oil and acrylics paint, graphite and photography to create their hyperrealistic and conceptual style. With an eye for detail and emotion their engaging subjects shine a spotlight on human feelings, moods and experiences. She also creates murals & continues her work within community, queer, and mental health advocacy