Sanctuary Resort connects guest, community with their creative sides through artist-in-residence program
Perhaps "right place, right time" best describes the formation of Sanctuary Resort’s new artist-in-residence program.
The team at Sanctuary Resort on Camelback Mountain was looking to include an artist-led event in their repertoire of offerings.
Coincidentally, world-renowned artists Beth Ames Swartz and Linda Margaret Kilgore, both members of the resort's spa, were seeking prominent venues to display art. And they weren't the only ones.
The program started with a conversation with the two artists, said Mike Sirguine, vice president and managing director at the resort.
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