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A rugged gathering
Think of it as a wilderness romp for artists and creators. At Ramble, the division between newbie and pro fades away, making room for rad stuff like friendship, problem-solving, and open-forum learning. We camp together in a stunning location for 3 days, surrounded by those who share a love for nature and learning. Bonfire chats instead of classes. Hikes instead of presentations. 25 people instead of 200. Let's forge friendships in the cussin' outdoors, 'cause that's where everything meaningful grows.
Explore immersive, outdoor splendor via hikes, views, kayaking, and waaaaay more alongside creative folks looking to disconnect and rejuvinate.
Nothing shakes up the creative world like a bunch of artists occupying space together for extended periods of time. Nightly bonfire chats included.
Art + Learning
Open-forum learning and art-ing abounds at Ramble. Some familiar faces will be there, and we’ll make stuff till we’re blue in the face.
The experience we all knew we needed, but couldn’t find anywhere.
Simply put, this isn’t a workshop. We realized that true creative expansion has to be stripped away of all the formality and rigidness, so we’re pursuing connection and growth in the great outdoors. When everyone’s bed is the ground, it creates space to be equals. Or if you’re just looking to experience something new alongside other creatives, then this is for you, too. Let’s get weird.
Either way, you’re not gonna be bored and you’re not walking away empty.
Ramble is just us forcing creative friendship on everyone in the nicest way possible.
- Alexander Lefler
This is a place to
Connect & expand
The creative industry is often a loud clanging noise. We grew a little weary of it, so we created Ramble as an intentional move away from the constructs of industry and toward true individual, creative freedom. There is a certain confidence that arises from time spent together accomplishing the most basic tasks: setting up camp, building a fire, boiling water… When the playing field is leveled, it creates conversation, cross-pollination, and space to hear things we never knew we needed. The outdoors acts as a platform for this process, and we want you all up in it.
When we integrate together in community, our perspective gets shifted for the better.