Call for Exhibitors, Tablers for the City's First Urban Soils, Art, & Harvest Festival!
This first annual Soils Festival. Come build it with us! It will be a place for the artists, scientists, urban farmers, educators, landscape architects, architects, practitioners from diverse sectors, to come together, show their work, what they’re exploring, to engage the public with demos or interactive activities, to offer and probe new ideas, to forge collaborations.
Bring your installation or project, music, performance, your passion. Bring the fruit of your labor. Bring ideas. Be bold. Ask questions, collect data.
Community gardeners, farmers, students: bring your harvest! Share the bounty!
Criteria: We ask that all exhibitors offer interactive activities (demos, workshop, or other forms of interaction) with their tabling or exhibit.
Audience: open to the public of all ages.
More Information and pictures available here:
Saturday, October 12th, 11am-7pm
Gateway National Park, Floyd Bennett Field:
Ecology Village, Building 70, Campsite Trail,
Brooklyn, NY 11234
Fee: For profit or not-for profits that are larger than 3 employees will be charged a fee of $100.
What type of entity are you?
If you answered "other" in the question above, explain here.
What is the best way to reach you, to discuss your needs, information for set-up, updates for the day of the event?
Your installation/exhibit/tabling/demos/workshops fall under what category(s)
art (add what kind under other: music, performance, sculpture, photography etc)..
If other, describe here
Type of exhibit (installation, workshop, table, activity, demo, etc). Offer a purpose/objective and brief description.
Space need for exhibit
space size (add below)
Other space requirements
What age of audience does your exhibit appeal to?
Will you be offering ( a) Workshop (s)?
If yes, how long is the workshop?
How many times can you offer it throughout the day?
What is the max number of participants per workshop at a time?
Let us know if you have other comments, concerns, questions
Send me a copy of my responses.
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