Located in the Southern California Desert, the Savage Ranch residency house is a physical space to an always expanding, vibrant and creative community of artists. We need your help creating this refuge for performers, healers and visionaries who all share in their collective search for truth and love through all forms of expression and art. We are dedicated to giving everyone a chance to come experience a place free from any gender, sexuality or racial discrimination.
We want to be able to have as many people experience the magic of the Savage Ranch and take what they learn back to their own communities. In order to make that happen, we need a building that can house more artists to be able to create the utopian vision we’ve dreamt of. With your help we can make this dream into a reality. Universal Studios was created on a chicken farm and if they can do it so can we, together!
- The Savage Ranch Residency House will be open to all who want a unique experience dedicated to giving back to our land, the local community and the universe around us. Residency programs as well as all visitations are offered and your time at the ranch is marked with a purpose.
- Our vision is to gather together and grow as a community by developing the land to its fullest potential in the most sustainable way possible.
- Your generous contributions will help us build the space to host artists, creators, visionaries and community leaders on the land and each contribution will come with perks including time at the Savage Ranch Residency House.
With the help of my contractor mother, we will build a permanent yurt structure that will house future artists. This space will be big enough for a few bunk beds & the other half of the space dedicated to a photo, music and dance studio.
Part of giving back to the land, is that we also house an animal rescue on the Savage Ranch. Operating by 501(C)(3) we can also offer contributors a tax deductible donation for those who would like to do so.
Welcome to the Savage Ranch! from Love Bailey on Vimeo.
(top image: Chris Coats @eldoradogreen9 and screen grabs from “Nowness”)