Join Nature Consortium to make a giant salmon sculpture with recycled and various materials at this year’s Northwest Folklife Festival! By creating this Salmon Eco-Sculpture together we will breathe life into old materials, connect nature and art, and think critically about sustainability and Eco-Arts. Through this project we are hoping to raise community engagement and public awareness about natural connection and environmental sustainability. The sculpture will be installed at Youngstown and be displayed in the Arts in Nature Festival at Camp Long in August 2017. Learn more about Nature Consortium here!


Nature Consortium Salmon Eco-Sculpture
May 26 – 29 starting at 11:00am
Seattle Center: Discovery Zone
305 Harrison St – Seattle 98109