A while back, we wrote about a pretty amazing purchase. It was an uninhabited island purchased on Craigslist. The buyers wanted to turn it into an environmentally-minded artist residence. And guess what? They've done it.
Over the last year, Rabbit Island has become a place for artists who put sustainability and the planet in a place of priority, and it is slowly evolving into something really special. This documentary by Cabin-Time shows off its origin and features.
From the Vimeo site:
"Cabin-Time is a roaming creative residency to remote places. Rabbit Island is a wild, 91-acre island in Lake Superior off the Keweenaw Peninsula in Michigan's U.P. RI is in the midst of building a remote artist residency program on the island, and hosted Cabin-Time 3 this summer."
Quite a project!