Kinderland Arts & Activism Festival
The first Kinderland Arts & Activism Festival benefiting Camp Kinderland will take place in Tolland, MA over Labor Day weekend, September 3 to 5, 2016. The festival will bring together musicians, artists, and dancers, with activists and organizers for a celebration of art as an agent of peace. The objective of the festival is to bring together those who want to make the world a better place, and to surround them with the music and art that is already doing it. Featuring Dar Williams and Guy Davis, + 15 bands, artists, organizations, and local food and drink, this family-friendly festival promises to be a great time!Come for the day on Saturday or Sunday, or come for both days! Stay the weekend with us – tent camping and shared-cabin stays are available! Children 17 and under get free day-tickets for Saturday and Sunday!
When: Sep 3, 2016 11am in Granville, MA
Cost: $80 - $275 depending on overnight accommodations preferences
Kinderland Arts & Activism Festival
This family-friendly festival for the public will bring together musicians, artists, and dancers, with activists and organizers for a celebration of art as an agent of peace. The objective of the festival is to unite those who want to make the world a better place, and to surround them with the music and art that is already doing it. There are two major components of the festival. The first will highlight music from around the world with a focus on progressive values, including jazz, folk, children's, klezmer, world, rock, and hip hop. The festival will also feature other forms of artistic expression including painting, drawing, sculpting, jewelry, weaving, drama, comedy, and dance. Artists will exhibit and sell their art, put on performances, share information about upcoming shows, and offer classes and workshops for adults and children. The second essential components of the festival are activism and social justice. It is our hope that providing the community with access to organizers in the nonprofit world will enable the event to produce agents for change, networking opportunities for change-makers, and the tools necessary to make a social impact. Nonprofit organizations and social justice communities will distribute information, host networking hours, offer organizing workshops for youth and adults, and make announcements during the festival. By embracing the crossroads of art and activism, we can encourage artists to use their works of art to better the world, and encourage creativity and beauty in social justice organizing. In addition to these two main components, local vendors will sell food and drinks, and the festival will be Zero-Waste in an effort to do our part to be environmentally sustainable and educate others about the benefits for our planet of recycling, reusing, and composting. CHILD TICKETS: Children 17 years old and under have free day access to the festival on Saturday and Sunday, but MUST RESERVE their free tickets. The fees associated with Teen (13-17) overnight stays are $50 per teen for weekend tent camping or cabin stay. Children ages 0 to 12 stay overnight free, bust must reserve the lodging type. In order to reserve Child or Teen Tickets, an adult must first purchase their own tickets to ensure that a guardian will be accompanying any children. Once the adult purchases their ticket, they will receive an email confirmation containing a unique password to access the Child and Teen Ticket options. Return to the site to enter this password, then click Show Available Tickets in order to view and reserve all Child and Teen Ticket options. Adults may reserve up to 4 child/teen passes per adult.
When: Sep 3, 2016 11am to Sep 5, 2016 12pm in Granville, MA
Cost: 0 - 235 USD
When: Sep 3, 2016 6pm in Granville, MA