We are delighted to announce the date of the 2013 Arts in Nature Festival: Sat. Aug. 10th & 11th at Camp Long! Get ready for a celebratory weekend full of performances and installations throughout the woods.
A Surprising Experience
If you’ve never been to an Arts in Nature Festival before, you’re in store for an unparalleled experience, which will immerse you in a huge range of performances, interactive multimedia installations and arts activities for people of all ages.
The 2013 Arts in Nature Festival will have 4 different performance venues: The Lodge, The Pond, The Glacier and The Meadow. The cabins of Camp Long will house 8 different sound and multi-media installations to explore and interact with. There will also be performances and site specific installations throughout the woods and a variety of interactive arts and naturalist activities in The Meadow.
Previous Festival Artists
Some of our previous festival artists have included: Trimpin, The Moondoggies, The Legendary Oaks, Hey Marseilles, Lelavision, The Cabiri, Fences, Chris Ballew, Caspar Babypants, Side Saddle, Northwest Dance Syndrome, Hollow Earth Radio, The Curious Mystery, Paul Rucker, The Early Music Guild, Dixie Kings Brass Band, The Anti-Fascist Marching Band, Ranger & The Re-Arrangers, Amy Denio, Christian Swenson, Jack Wilson, The Lonely Coast, Correo Aereo, Billy & The Bouncers, The Boys of Greenwood Glen, Susie Kozawa, Perri Lynch, Kristin Tollefson, Mandy Greer, Karl Blau, Steven Arntson, Rumi Koshino and many, many others.
Huge thanks go out to all the performing artists and sponsors that participated in Wine in the Woods, which helped us raise just over $9,500 towards the 2013 festival: Christian Swenson, Correo Aereo, Billy & The Bouncers, Maya Soto, Acoustic Laboratory, Josh Schramm, Steven & Lisa Brown, Long Provincial Vietnamese Restaurant, Detour Wine Imports, Two Mountain Winery and the Tagney Jones Family Fund. All of the performers at the 2012 Wine in the Woods event have guaranteed performance spots at the 2013 Arts in Nature Festival.
If you’re interested in being considered as a performing, sound or installation artist or sponsoring the festival, contact Nancy Whitlock via email at nancy(at)naturec.org. Musicians/performers should send links to their websites and installation artists should send a brief synopsis of the proposed idea for the festival. We do not host booths and information tables. If you’re interested in volunteering before and during the event contact Oleana Perry, email@example.com .
We need your help to make the festival grow. If you’ve ever been to or performed at the Arts in Nature Festival, we want your input: What do you love about the festival? What changes would you like to see? Please take this 5-minute survey to help us create our best festival in 2013.
See you at Camp Long next August!!