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Monday, January 30, 2017

Tiny Great Outdoors Festival - February 19, 2017

The Somerville Arts Council and outdoors-type-person Greg Cook are looking for art for the "Tiny Great Outdoors Festival.” The April 23 event (rain date: April 30) is a free, one- afternoon celebration of urban wildlife and the return of spring, outdoors at the Quincy Street Open Space, Somerville’s smallest "urban wild.” The event will be part of the city’s Earth Day and Arbor Day festivities.
We are looking for visual art, installations, audience-participatory projects and other art addressing these themes that can be displayed outdoors in the park during the festival. We’re looking for projects that represent the rich diversity of our community. We like unusual ideas and approaches. Surprise us.
Artists must be available to participate on both the date of the festival, April 23, and the raindate, April 30.
The festival is timed for spring blooming, when the park is (usually) filled with tulips. The small park is just 5,000 square feet of “sustainable woodland landscape” on reclaimed land where a house burned down in the late 1980s.
To apply: Send a short proposal (one or two paragraphs), your name, email, phone, a link about your relevant experience, and requested payment. To 

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