Airbnbs to kindle creativity among artists, musicians and other creators
With the pandemic changing the way we work, live, and travel, creative people like artists, musicians, and writers seeking a much-needed change of scenery from their homes and daily routines to recharge creatively and tap into their own pursuits and passions and Airbnb is right up there paving a way for their creative escapes.
Fine artist and photographer Hilary Archer hit the road this summer to reignite her creativity after completing a certificate in Natural Science Illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design this past May. In search of a way to launch her career as a wildlife artist, Hilary found an Airbnb that would allow her to escape as well as reconnect with her art in new ways.
For the past two years, photographer and filmmaker Ethan Abitz has driven all around the US and Canada in search of the most unique accommodations that Airbnb has to offer.
Artist and Airbnb host Angie of the Costwold’s Artist Studio says she regularly welcomes artists, writers, photographers, and musicians who are seeking a peaceful retreat – a place to restore and reconnect with their creativity, amidst the beautiful Cotswold countryside.
During the pandemic, she’s seen an even greater increase in bookings from creative guests, which she attributes to the heightened need among this group for a creative, quiet space to reset and ground themselves.
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