The cost of the residency is $300 per week or $1,000 per month, and residents are responsible for their own food and travel expenses.
Dorland Mountain Arts Colony was founded in 1979 by concert pianist, Ellen Dorland and environmentalist, Barbara Horton. Solitary cottages provide studio and living facilities within the Dorland Preserve, a 300-acre wilderness area acquired by The Nature Conservancy. Dorland Mountain Arts Colony is a nonprofit organization. Its purpose is to deepen the quality of the creative process, enabling its residents to explore their own creative resources without distraction.
Single bedroom cottages are complete with a kitchen, full-bath room, workroom with a wood-burning stove, and a covered porch with mountain, canyon and Temecula Valley views. One cottage includes a Steinway baby grand piano.
Residents work in the open living area of their own cottage.
Limited wifi near the office