The Adventure Residency Program is a travel based residency for visual artists and creatives run by artist Calder Brannock and based in Washington DC. Artists do not know in advance where they are going, but trust that it is somewhere interesting. They in turn make work responding to their experience. The Adventure program began with Camper Contemporary, a mobile art gallery built into a 1967 yellowstone camper that made its maiden voyage to Miami Basel in 2009. The Adventure fleet has since expanded to include ARC 2, a ford transvan refitted with facilities for six artists, a modular darkroom, woodshop, studio space, and research library, that can also tow the gallery. So far over 50 artists have become Adventure team members and participated in trips up and down the east coast.