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Art in Nature 2015

September 20, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Art in Nature 2015
FREE admission Multidisciplinary Arts Festival 

Presented by the East Bay Regional Park District and Regional Parks Foundation,
in partnership with Samavesha and the support of Kaiser Permanente.

Located at the Stream Trail of Redwood Regional Park, Oakland, California 

Sunday September 20, 2015 – from 11am to 5pm

The Art in Nature Festival is an interdisciplinary, interactive, site‑specific immersion into art and nature sparking the spontaneous artistic co‑creation of thousands of festival participants and 200+ professional artists featuring music, dance, sculpture, painting, martial arts, poetry, body painting, circus arts, theater, visual arts, storytelling, arts & crafts, and kids eve

The best way to reach the Festival will be a shuttle bus running throughout the day from nearby Merritt College. Park there and begin your adventure early with an entertaining 10 minutes ride to the entrance of the festival.

The Festival begins at Canyon Meadows, accessed from the Redwood Gate entrance, 2 miles east and downhill from the Redwood Road/ Skyline blvd. intersection. The Redwood Regional Park parking lot ($5) is very limited and will fill up by the crew and volunteers early Sunday morning, so we highly recommend to use the shuttle bus.

Driving Directions to Shuttle:
Merritt College – 12500 Campus Drive – Oakland, CA 9461

From 13 south, exit at Redwood Road and turn left, crossing over the freeway, curving around to the right and ascending a hill. The first stoplight halfway up the hill is Campus Drive. Turn right and go ½ mile to the Merritt College campus. Festival parking will be in a reserved lot. The shuttle bus will stop at the main bus turnaround across the street.

We are looking forward to creating and sharing the beauty of art with you!


September 20, 2015
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Merritt College
12500 Campus Drive, Oakland, CA 94619 United States