2018 Chilkoot Trail Residency Artists & 2019 Call for Submissions
The Yukon Arts Centre, the US National Park Service, Parks Canada and the Skagway Arts Council are pleased to announce the names of the three artists selected for the 2018 Chilkoot Trail Artist Residency Program. Participants will combine their artistic abilities with a love of the outdoors to offer a unique experience for visitors along the iconic Chilkoot Trail.
Introducing the 2018 Chilkoot Trail Residency Artists
In its eighth consecutive year, the program invites selected artists to hike the famous Chilkoot Trail, on the footsteps of Tlingit traders and turn-of-the-century prospectors from the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park in Alaska to the Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site in Canada.
Kristin Link, from Glennallen, Alaska, has been working as an artist in Alaska since she received a graduate certificate in Science Illustration from California State University Monterey Bay in 2010. Her ambition is to create… Keep Reading
Hilary Lorenz, from Brooklyn, New York, focuses on visually translating the visceral experience of urban and rural landscapes into linoleum block prints, drawings, and room- size installations… Keep Reading
Josh Winkler, from Mankato, Minnesota, works primarily with traditional and contemporary print media. Since receiving his MFA from the University of Minnesota… Keep Reading
2019 Call for Submissions
Mark your calendar as February 1st, 2018 is the deadline to apply for the 9th edition of the program, if you are a visual artist and you want to spur your creativity on the Chilkoot Trail.
Apply to be an artist in residence for the 2019 season.