FOLLOW YOUR DREAM JOB: TOP TRAVEL JOBS & INSPIRATION FOR GLOBETREKKING, CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS

2015 Wordstock Festival submission period is January 5 to July 31, 2015. The 2015 relaunch of Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival will take place on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at the Portland Art Museum and will feature

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Nomads: Will you be in Portland, Oregon on August 25th? We have 10 pairs of movie passes for an advance screening of “The Trip to Italy” from IFC Films on Monday, August 25th at

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Whether it be a Dirty Martini or a Moscow Mule, everyone has a favorite, stand-by cocktail that they always defer to. But, what about when you feel like mixing it up a little or

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How many times have you gone on a much-needed vacation, only to return home more exhausted than before? If you’ve been thinking that you need a different sort of getaway this year, one that

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UK: The Land Rover Bursary run by the RGS-IBG on behalf of Land Rover provides funding of up to £30,000 (a bursary of £15,000 and a discretionary fund to cover essential expedition costs up

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Lanesboro, Minnesota: Emerging Artists invited to apply for two or four-week residencies via Lanesboro Art Center. The program is designed to provide opportunities for emerging artists to create new work. Artists from all disciplines

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Norway: Professional artists, designers, architects and independent curators invited to apply for A.I.R Programme 2015, 2 to 3-month arts residency from NKD/Nordisk Kunstnarsenter Dalsåsen. The residency at the Nordic Artists’ Centre includes a monthly

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What’s the perfect accompaniment to a rainy afternoon in Portland? A steamy cup of delicious tea. One of the best places to have one? The Smith Teamaker shop in Portland’s NW Industrial neighborhood. I’d been

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“To be a nomad is to be on the move. Traditionally, the term has applied to those pastoral people who need to move in order to sustain themselves given the change of

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I’ve had the travel bug for most of my life. For childhood vacations, my parents, who were on a tight budget, often took my sister and I camping at the many state parks in

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