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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Everland: Eco-Retreat & Immersive Art Park

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We aim to break down the daily barriers of how we connect with ourselves and the world around us by providing a space to co-create, play, & delight in our collective imagination.

Imagine a forest just south of Denver, Colorado with an outdoor art museum with epic, jaw-dropping installations and a fascinating storyline you can get lost in. Welcome to Everland: Eco-Retreat and Immersive Art Park.

Located on 145 acres of gorgeous wilderness landscape, with streams, ponds, and epic rock outcroppings, Everland is a family-friendly fusion of experiential art installations, eco-retreats, glamping, and nature therapy.

Everland’s business model can best be described as STAY. PLAY. CONNECT.

Stay in our glamping village.
Play in our Immersive art park.
Connect through events, retreats, and workshops.

This project has a runway of a few more months—-this is our one chance to get these artists together and make it happen! This is an INCREDIBLE opportunity to get some true geniuses on the same plot of land, employ them, and build a super inspiring place we can all enjoy for generations to come. Without this campaign we can’t have a proof of concept for something this unique. This Kickstarter gets us through COVID-19 to a deliverable product from which we can seek further interest.

Climb into a world where art and nature merge, and play is encouraged. Wander through a coniferous forests to find treehouses.

As of June 30th, this project has raised $30,000 of their $88,888 goal. This project has 44 days left to raise the $88,888 or it will not be funded.  For a pledge of $33, you will get two day passes.  For a pledge of $44, you will get one bandana.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:

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