CALL FOR ARTISTS: Arts in Nature Festival 2020
Apply online here: http://www.dnda.org/artists
June 20 and 21, 2020 – “Eternal Sunshine”
Located at Camp Long in West Seattle.
Deadline for submissions is January 31.
All applicants will be notified by February 28.
About the Festival
The purpose of the Arts in Nature Festival is to center and celebrate local artists, gather as a community in nature, and demonstrate the intersection of art, nature and neighborhood. This family-friendly festival amplifies all aspects of DNDA’s work and offers an eclectic, community-oriented experience in the woods of Seattle’s only campground, Camp Long. You’ll find intimate performance stages, a wide array of creative disciplines, mixed-media installations, and interactive activities dispersed throughout the park.
Call for Performers
Performing artists of all disciplines are invited to apply. All performances must be suitable for all ages. Interactive performances are encouraged but not required. Performances will take place in four locations at Camp Long: the Lodge (indoors, amplified), the Meadow (outdoors, amplified), the Pond (outdoors, acoustic) and the Amphitheater (outdoors, acoustic). We also invite proposals for wandering, durational and non-site-specific performances.
Performing artist stipends are negotiated with DNDA’s Artist Curation Team and reviewed by the larger planning committee. All stipends are negotiable.
Call for Cabin Installation Artists
Multimedia and visual artists are invited to host immersive, weekend-long installations in Camp Long’s 8 rustic cabins. An interactive element or activity is required with all cabin installations. Cabin installation artist stipends are fixed at $300. Installations must be suitable for all ages.
Cabin installations must be staffed during the festival from 11:00am – 7:00pm on Saturday and 11:00am – 4:00pm on Sunday. Installation set-up will take place on Friday (6/19) from 11:00am – 8:00pm and Saturday (6/20) from 8:00am – 10:00am.
Call for Outdoor Installation Artists
Multimedia and visual artists are invited to host installations outdoors at Camp Long. Installations must be suitable for all ages. Outdoor installation artist stipends are negotiated with DNDA’s Artist Curation Team and reviewed by the larger planning committee. All stipends are negotiable.
Installation set-up will take place on Friday (6/19) from 11:00am – 8:00pm and Saturday (6/20) from 8:00am – 10:00am.
Deadline for submissions is January 31, 2020. Visit http://www.dnda.org/artists to learn more and apply.
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