Festival of Trees Participation Call

White River Valley Museum
Deadline: 10/6/2022, Noon

For its third annual Festival of Trees exhibit, the White River Valley Museum is looking for local arts and cultural professionals to interpret the word “Dreamscapes” for tree inspiration. Only 12 applications will be selected. Below you will find more information and a link to register.

Festival of Trees: Dreamscapes

This annual exhibit features trees that are decorated or created around a theme. The last two themes were cultures and literature. The cultural tree exhibit was created by local ethnic heritage groups and the literature themed exhibit was created by librarians at King County Library System. This year the Museum has chosen the theme of “dreamscapes” and is looking for arts and culture professionals’ interpretation of that theme! If selected, you will receive a $300 stipend post-installation. A people’s choice voting will take place during the exhibit’s run and the tree with the most votes will receive an additional $500 award.

You can select to either decorate a 7-foot green artificial tree provided by the Museum OR create your own tree independently to install at the Museum You must be able to install or decorate your tree on November 11 or 12, 2022 and deinstall on January 3 or 4, 2023. The following rules apply to all trees, either created or decorated.

1,) You will have access to at least one outlet or power strip to light the tree.
2.) Tree decorations can NOT contain food, living plants or animals, high-voltage or vintage lights, anything combustible, battery-operated items, glow products, or glitter.
3.) If you opt to use the trees provided by the Museum, NO permanent alterations can be made to tree. (examples: paint or cutting branches)
4.) No political or religious themes

If you have questions, contact Rachael McAlister at rmcalister@auburnwa.gov. Submit your application using this link before Noon on October 6th! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSef2L7OJIAcHA5WCxuuYaa_tFcZKNqb9DxKcReIcLuZiRqC_g/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

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