|Option 1||Option 2 ||Option 3
|Credits||12 (UG)Credits |
9 (G) Credits
|3 Credits||4 Credits|
|Schedule||6/2 - 7/25||6/3 - 6/20||6/30 - 7/28|
|Tuition / |
|Readings & Discussions||x||x||x|
*UG = Undergraduate G= Graduate
The only course offered in the fall is the full Remote Studio program (Option 1 in the Summer programs description).
|Remote Studio (UG)||Remote Studio (G)
|Credits||12 (UG)Credits||9 (G) Credits|
|Schedule||9/2 - 12/5||9/2 - 12/5|
|Tuition / |
|Readings & Discussions||x||x|
*UG = Undergraduate G= Graduate
Priority Deadline is March 1. Space is limited. After the Priority Deadline applications are accepted on a rolling admission, space-available basis. Artemis Institute recommends that you submit your application as early as possible for full consideration.
Deadline is March 1. Space is limited.Download Application for additional information >>
Remote Studio is an immersion education experience located in Bozeman, MT. Students live on-site at the Remote Studio facility, sharing dinner-time meals and day-to-day responsibilities, to allow for learning to occur through seamless experiences from morning to night building responsible practices for living more sustainably on Earth. Three integrated courses are taken, typically occurring four to five days of the week, and are appropriate for undergraduate or graduate students. Non-class days are developed relative to each student's interests.
The immersion education course format involves design lessons, environmental studies, back country trips, and a design/build experience that create a synthetic educational model from which to develop cultural and personal practices that protect and enrich the world in which we live.
Readings and discussions cover environmental ethics, creative processes, and explorations of varied worldviews to develop a student's understanding of themselves and the world. The readings become springboards for broad discussions that support necessary communication skills that are more about listening and less about developing rational defenses.
The creation of vessels provide each student the opportunity to explore and contemplate their sense of the world. Built from materials found in selected sites, vessels serve as temporary markers of an evolving relationship with the world.
Vessels are more than the construction of an idea, they are artifacts of an individual's response to culture. More Vessel Info >>
Adventure provides immersive first-hand experiences, leisure provides time for personal reflection to interpret these experiences. The result of this reciprocal process is first-hand knowledge. A critical practice of this educational method occurs through the immersive experience of place and self in the backcountry and wilderness of the Yellowstone Eco-Region. More Backcountry Info >>
Students employ place-based knowledge and experience gained over the semester, including appropriate material selection and sustainable design considerations in the design and construction of a project for a community client. Working as a group, students learn about the general professional requirements of the design process, budget, client relations, and a real construction timeline. More Design Build Info >>
The Remote Studio educational experience is taught in a vertical format that allows students to learn from each other as well as from the Remote Studio instructors. The rich and integrated educational experience provided by Remote Studio benefits students with varied backgrounds that are interested in exploring their creative process as it relates to personal expression and it's broader relation to the World, as well as better understanding our environmental responsibilities.
The cost of Remote Studio covers your accredited transferrable courses (registered through Montana State University), full program fee, full-time accommodations during the program, internet access, use of tools and welding equipment, tutorials, field trips, special community meals, transportation to build site and meals during the on-site installation.
Cost of regular daily meals is not included.
For a complete breakdown of costs and other estimated expenses associated with the program, click the link below.
Learning to live through the cycle of the season is a valuable lesson of Remote Studio, and one that is a lived experienced as you adjust to the weather, daylight hours, cycle of construction, and understand the value of chopping wood and keeping a fire going in the wood burning stove, or dressing in response to the temperature swings of the high mountain altitude.
Artemis Institute is located in Bozeman, Montana. With a population of about 38,000 people, Bozeman is filled with local stores and businesses. Bozeman is also home to a large amount of environmental non-profits, thriving arts community as well as outdoor adventurists who came for a visit and never left. There are great restaurants, cinemas, outdoor adventure companies, art galleries and several grocery stores.
Winter is long in the Northern Rockies. And it is for this reason that Remote Studio does not operate from January through May. Beyond the winter season are the glorious months in the Northern Rockies where you can hike a trail or ski a mountain slope, float a river or cycle for miles. The weather during these months is a surprise to most people who do not live here. You must still be prepared for great weather changes and temperature swings.
The mountain environment is dry. Which means that there is no moisture to hold in the temperature of the day once the sun goes down. For this reason, be prepared for a twenty degree temperature drop as soon as the sun sets over the mountains. It's a beautiful and enlivening experience.
Lori Ryker, P.H.D
Executive Director / Instructor
If you would like to participate in Remote Studio click the button below to learn all about the application process.Apply Now
"Do not worry if you have built your castles in the air. They are where they should be. Now put the foundations under them." - Thoreau