CAMPTON, N.H. — Artists in all media are invited to apply for the upcoming artist in residency program in the White Mountain National Forest.

The program, which celebrates the connection between forest, landscape and culture, offers artists the chance to pursue their art while being inspired by the forest and sharing their work and process with the public. The program is open to both professional and emerging artists in all disciplines, including visual and performing artists, craftspeople, writers, composers, eco artists and media artists.

The winner will spend at least three weeks in or near the forest between mid-July and September. Applications are due March 20.

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