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News Arts in Nature calling for artists and performers for August event Obituary: EMMOGENE (JEAN) MOLLY SILVER 1924 ~ 2017 UPDATE: Individuals detained at SeaTac Airport have been released SSC Gifts from the Earth dinner raises record $273,000 White Center Community Summit brought together neighbors and agencies Reps. Jayapal and DelBene hail judicial orders keeping immigrants from being turned away Speak your mind about public utilities at upcoming meetings Campbell Building landmark nomination to be voted on Feb. 15 by Landmarks Board South Seattle College graduate wins ACT Transforming Lives award Beloved West Seattleite Earl Cruzen has died John's Deli, West Seattle landmark closing; Brew pub may take its place but "The Cow" will stay Who wants their tax return done for FREE? United Way offers free service 'Metro Connects' takes aim at better transit service across King County West Seattle Block Watch Captains meeting set for Jan. 24 High Point library will celebrate remodel with open house on Jan. 29 On the Go Week of 1-23-17 UPDATE: San Juan Apartments closed by City of Seattle in emergency order; More units added to inspection list Standing up for safer neighborhoods: New coalition, City of Seattle weigh in on confronting homelessness Westside Snow Report 1-22-17 West Seattle High School students protest Trump Inauguration in Junction demonstration Open Letter: West Seattle Helpline states commitment to community solidarity Vote on North Highline Annexation may come in 2018: Herbold newsletter outlines details Twelfth Night Productions 'Becky's New Car' debuts Feb. 24 Pump station overflows in West Seattle during heavy rainfall, high tide JuNO land use group to the city: "Affordable housing plans are too much, too fast, please put us last.” Arts in Nature calling for artists and performers for August event 01/30/2017 updated 1 hour ago The annual celebration at Camp Long called Arts in Nature is seeking some new blood this year and has issued a call for artists and performers to join the event Aug. 26th and 27. The event is presented by the Delridge Neighborhood Development Association and the Nature Consortium. From the application announcement: "Musicians, performers, theater and dance troupes are wanted for all stage areas including the Lodge, at the Pond and in the Meadow. (Performances at the pond must be acoustic and unplugged, though you may bring your own small battery-powered amp.) Last year, performers ranged from the Big World Breaks band to Etienne Capko to the Ricky Gene Puppet Show! Artist fees are $100 per performer per 45-60 minute performance with a cap of $350 per group. Visual Art Installation Sound and multimedia artists can apply to create weekend-long visual art installations in eight rustic cabins scattered throughout Camp Long. Installations must be open and staffed from 11am – 7pm on Saturday, 8/26 and 11am – 6pm on Sunday, 8/27. Installation set-up hours will take place Friday, 8/25 from 11am – 8pm and Saturday, 8/26 from 8am – 11am. Artist fees are $300 for the weekend. Artists are welcome to spend the night in their cabin Friday and Saturday night. From installation artist Holli Margell: “As an artist, it provided me with a venue to showcase a full-sensory celebration of trees that included a cabin full of freshly-cut tree boughs accompanying recorded bird songs and nature portraits.” Fill out the form online, available HERE. Deadline for submissions is February 28, 2017. Questions? Direct inquiries to festival@naturec.org. We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed. View the discussion thread. Please send us your news tips, photos or ideas of how we can better cover your neighborhood. Email us at WestSeattle@robinsonnews.com or TEXT news tips to 206-459-6717 Receive updates on news and events in the West Seattle neighborhood via Twitter! 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