Arts in Nature Festival - Artists
Call for Artists – Performance and Visual Art Installation
Arts in Nature Festival – June 29 and 30, 2019
In honor of Pride weekend, we are spotlighting queer, trans, and gender nonconforming artists of all disciplines. You will find gold at the end of this rainbow!
About the Festival
The Arts in Nature Festival exists at the nexus of art, nature, and community. This festival offers an eclectic experience of art and performance in the woods of Seattle’s only camp ground, Camp Long. Rather than rows of vendors and merchants, you’ll find four intimate performance stages, mixed media art installations in 8 rustic cabins, interactive hands-on art and nature activities, and winding hiking trails through the great outdoors.
Perform at the Festival
DNDA is now seeking artists to participate in the 2019 festival. Musicians, performers, theatre and dance troupes, and more, are wanted for performances in the Lodge, at the Pond, and in the Meadow. Performances must be acoustic and unplugged, though you may bring your own small battery-powered amp. Artist fees are up to $100 per performer per 45-60 minute performance with a general cap of $250 per group. Special proposals for larger scale groups and performances may be considered.
Mixed Media Installation Artists Wanted
Sound and multimedia artists can apply to create weekend-long installations that take place in one of eight rustic cabins throughout Camp Long. Installations must be open and staffed from 11am-7pm on Saturday, 6/29 and 11am-6pm on Sunday, 6/30. Installation set-up hours will take place Friday, 6/28 from 11am-8pm and Saturday, 6/29 from 8-10am. Artists will be paid $300 for the weekend. Artists are welcome to spend the night in their cabin Friday and Saturday night.
Deadline for submissions is January 31, 2019. Questions? Direct inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org