Your tax-deductable contribution is indispensable to supports Art in Nature’s mission to:
- make world-class arts and nature accessible to all
- awake and express personal creativity
- foster collaborative synergy
- encourage diverse and resilient communities
- connect people with nature and inspire environmental awareness
Art in Nature is a full day interdisciplinary, interactive, site-specific, multi-sensory, intercultural, and intergenerational immersion into art, nature, and the nature of art. It takes place annually along the mile-long Stream Trail of Oaklandʼs Redwood Regional Park, California. The event is FREE, unplugged (acoustic) and off the grid (no electricity or cell phone coverage). Art in Nature would not exist without the generous support of individual donors.
The intent is to utilize the power of nature and art to bring people closer together, to draw out our innate creativity, to provide a model for collaborative, innovative action, and to inspire future generations. We are optimistic that social, economic, and environmental challenges are surmountable through creative collective action. By providing a free festival, financial barriers are removed. Backers are a vital part of the success of this process.
GRANTS AND FUNDERS
This activity was supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, |
and the National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles.
|This event is sponsored in part by a grant from the Ross McKee Foundation.||This event is supported by an Arts Mini-Grant from the Clorox Company Foundation.||This event is sponsored by the Helzel Family Foundation.|