The third-annual MUSE Camp will take place at Caldera Arts Center near Sisters Friday through Aug. 25.
The women’s retreat features workshops with authors, songwriters, yogis, artists and activists including Julie Keefe, photographer and Oregon’s first “Creative Laureate”; Marianne Elliot, author of “Zen Under Fire”; Naseem Rahka, author of “The Crying Tree”; Tracy Spring, an award-winning songwriter; Kerri Kelly, founder of Yoga Catalyst; and Sharon Knorr, storyteller.
“We are thrilled to bring an extraordinary group of women together to provide inspiration, community and instruction to all of our camp participants,” said Amanda Stuermer, founder of The World MUSE, a social change incubator for projects inspired by women and girls. “Taking one weekend to create and reconnect in the splendor of Oregon’s Cascades provides an amazing opportunity for anyone looking to ignite their sense of personal purpose.”
Participants will also have access to recreational opportunities including stand-up paddleboarding, hiking, swimming and cycling. Lodging will be available at the Caldera Arts Center and catering services will be provided by Joolz.
Women and girls aged 10 and up are invited to attend MUSE Camp. A pass including all meals, lodging and workshops is $225, or $175 for 18 and under.
Contact: acstuermer @me.com or 541-410-5513.