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Aspen showing their gold in the DeLonde Meadow and along the trails at Caribou Ranch. Glenn Cushman courtesy photo
Aspen showing their gold in the DeLonde Meadow and along the trails at Caribou Ranch. Glenn Cushman courtesy photo
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Boulder County’s Parks & Open Space Department is accepting applications for the 2020 Artist-in-Residence Program at Caribou Ranch Open Space.

The program provides an opportunity for artists to pursue their work in the landscape and history of Caribou Ranch. Online applications will be taken through Feb. 1

Artists of all kinds, from poets to photographers, can apply. Each year, from July through September, selected artists will stay in the historic DeLonde Barn at Caribou Ranch Open Space, which boasts an illustrious history dating from the 1870s, for up to seven days. By sharing their art with Boulder County, artists can add to residents’ enjoyment of their open space lands and create a legacy of art preserved for future generations, a news release stated.

For more information, program guidelines and an online application, visit the Artist-in-Residence Program webpage at BoulderCountyOpenSpace.org/air or contact Pascale Fried at pfried@bouldercounty.org or 303-678-6201.

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