Artists are susceptible to a particular kind of burn out. Their craft, practice, and production can be tied so closely to their identity that when one is burnt, so is the other. In moments of existential crises, they need a place of rest and renewal. Most retreat spaces for artists come with a prerequisite to produce. That is not rest. True rest would allow them space from the pressures of being a freelance creator. It would renew their relationship with their craft. Rest would remind them of their original purpose as image bearers. It would refresh their inspiration. But where would an Artist go to receive such rest? Nuach (the Hebrew word for rest) will be that place.