The Crater Lake National Park Science & Learning Center is seeking artists for its 2014 Artist-in-Residence program.
The program brings artists to spend up to two weeks at Crater Lake National Park to pursue music, dance, drama, photography, art, literature or cinematography.
Artists get two weeks of free housing in a fully furnished seasonal residence just below the rim in the park's historic Munson Valley. Spring sessions happen in April and May and fall sessions are in September and October.
An art show featuring the work created in the program is set for July.
Application forms and more information are available at www.nps.gov/crla/slc.htm and are due by Feb. 1.