Lo-Fi Arts Festival - Farm Time 2012
Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 12pm
- All Ages
If you can take time can you store it? If you can bend time can you break it?
The Lo-Fi Arts Festival, Farm Time 2012, brings together over seventy-five exhibiting artists and hundreds of guests for a 24-hour journey into performance, installation, music, storytelling, and the mutability of time. From life-size bird nests to larger-than-life fairy tale sculptures, and from aerial dance to underground rituals, expect the breathtaking and the bizarre.
Ride your bike to the farm for discounted entry.
Spend the day exploring 360 acres of converted farmland in a serene river valley located outside Arlington, Washington. You never know who or what you'll find along the way – dancers, painters, poets – on the trail or in the trees. Overnight camping is encouraged. Bring everything you need to float the river, have a cookout (grills and coals provided), and sleep comfortably under the stars. Pack out what you pack in and bring biodegradable soaps only. Light refreshments for sale, including fare from Viva Farms and Pretzelwagen and pies by Kate Lebo.
Gates open at 10 AM on Saturday. Parking is limited. Carpooling recommended. Ride your bike to the farm for discounted entry.
Families welcome. Children under 12 get in free. They must be supervised at all times. Sorry, no dogs allowed.
Contributing artists: Steven Ackley - Dayton Allemann - A K Mimi Allin - Quinn Armstrong - Marleigh Katarina Atherton - Wyly Astley - Laura Elizabeth Becker - Corrie Befort - Greg Bem - Amy Billharz - Margot Bird - John Boylan - Sari Bresnau - Tracy Broyles - Ariel Burke - Keara Burton - Joe Chiveney - Meredith Clark - Jason Conger - Chris Credit - Liza Curtiss - Mizu Desierto - Sarah DeWeerdt - Lacy Draper - Jed Dunkerley - Ian Douglass Ferger - Sarah Ferreter - Maija Fiebig - Timothy Firth - Quinn Franzen - Spike Friedman - Keren Ganin-Pinto - Adria Garcia - Kestrel Gates - Rachel Grant - Will Gundy - Ryan Gunther - Aaron Haba - Mark Haim - Doug Haire - Scottie Hamman - Meg Hartwig - Julia Hensley - Valerie Holt - Tessa Hulls - Sarah Kavage - Chong Kim - Nicole Kistler - Robert Kompare - Robb Kunz - Geoff Larson - Steve Leroux - Anette Lusher - Jill Marissa - E T Marsden - Anne Mathews - Angus Maxwell - Erika Mayfield - Keira McDonald - Max Daniel McSimov - Keely Isaak Meehan - Ambar de kok Mercado - Paul Nelson - Doug Nufer - Zach Nystrom - Eric John Olson - Amanda Parker - Deanna Pindell - Sage Price - Mary Purdy - Bob Rees - Liza Rose - Jonathan Rugh - Monica Schley - Scott Schuldt - Jordan Schwartz - Erin Shafkind - Vanessa Skantze - Kathleen Skeels - Joel Smith - Justin Sorensen - Nathan Sorseth - Sara Sparrow - Ellen Elizabeth Steves - Emily Stone - Clare Strasser - Caitlin Sullivan - Alan Sutherland - Xaviera Vandermay - Jennifer Wagner - Jeanine Walker - Elissa Washuta - Cait Willis - Greta Wilson - Katherine Wimble - Jason Wooten - Annastasia Workman
Groups, troupes, and collectives: The Satori Group - Talking Headwaters Productions - The Schwa - Cabbage Tree Mob - The Four Hoarse Men - Storm Warning - The Unearth Collective - boom! theater company - Thought Experiment - Stillaguamish Floodplain Cabaret - 3rd Shift Dance - Pragmatic Dances - Unicycle Theater Collective - The Lonely Coast - Tallhouse Arts Consortium - Chaotic Noise Marching Corps - Blvd Park
Limit of Liability Notice: Smoke Farm is a farm. Event is outdoors. Conditions are primitive. Paths and roads are unpaved. Uneven ground, sharp/heavy objects, open flame, vehicular traffic, noxious plants, wildlife, inclement weather, and other potential hazards & nuisances may be encountered. Bring appropriate shoes and clothing, sun screen, plus whatever keeps you happy and safe. Most of all, bring good sense! Smoke Farm, the Rubicon Foundation, Lo-Fi Arts, their various board members and volunteers are not liable for any injury or loss sustained in connection with this event. Your ticket purchase constitutes acceptance of all liability while at Smoke Farm.
Smoke Farm focuses on supporting art, science, and philosophy through creative engagement and community work as a project of the Rubicon Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization.