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Fields Festival 2014 - Aug 22 2014

Fields is a camping, music, and arts festival at the Ramblewood campgrounds in Darlington, Maryland on August 22, 23, and 24, 2014. This festival is an immersive experience of the DIY artist community from Baltimore and will include over 60 local and out-of-town bands, performance art, dance, plays, comedy, film, sound and visual installations, and special food presentations throughout the campgrounds. Artist include Dan Deacon, Nate Young (Wolfeyes), Matmos, and Wume.

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Firefly 2014 - Jul 1 2014

From its inception in 2003, Firefly Arts Collective has helped to foster art and community through its interactive, multi-day, outdoor arts and culture event held annually over 4th of July weekend. Inspired by the principles of Burning Man, and rooted in creative individual participation, the annual Firefly event is recognized as an official Burning Man regional. A few years ago the collective obtained official 501(c)3 non-profit status. Since that time, our focus has expanded to more year round activities in addition to our annual event “up in the woods”.

Firefly community members are creative and eclectic individuals. We come from many walks of life: artists, scientists, healers, engineers, dreamers, makers—and gather together to create a temporary zone for radical self-expression. We paint, sculpt, light things on fire, write code, cook food, build things, dance, destroy things — all activities to engage the creative spirit. We make art happen and cause unexpected interactions to be realized.

We foster a collaborative artistic community by:Creating and running Events and gatherings that showcase our community’s creative endeavors.Managing a Creative Art Grant program to help incubate participatory art for Firefly and beyond.Promoting and announcing events, shows, and gallery openings in this artistic community AND its connected regional artistic communities.Managing key communication tools such as this website, announcement lists, a discussion list, and social networks.

Lineup:

Outkast, Foo Fighters, Jack Johnson, A Great Big World, A-Trak, Aer, Airborne Toxic Event, American Authors, Amos Lee, Andrew Belle, Arctic Monkeys, Asaf Avidan, Bad Things, Band Of Horses, Basic Vacation, Bleachers, Breach The Summit, Bronze Radio Return, Cage The Elephant, Cash Cash, Chance The Rapper, Cherub, Childish Gambino, Christian Porter, City And Colour, Courrier, Courtney Barnett, Cruiser, Dan Croll, Foo Fighters, G-Eazy, Gemini Club, Geographer, Girl Talk, Goldroom, Gregory Alan Isakov, Griswolds, Grouplove, Haerts, Hey Rosetta!, High Highs, Holychild, Hunter Hunted, Imagine Dragons, Iron & Wine, Jack Johnson, Jake Bugg, John & Jacob, Johnnyswim, Kaiser Chiefs, Kodaline, Kongos, Little Comets, Little Daylight, Local Natives, Lucius, Magic Man, Martin Garrix, Mean Lady, Misterwives, Ms Mr, New Politics, New Sweden, Nonono, Outkast, Phantogram, Phosphorescent, Pigpen Theatre Co, Portugal. The Man, Pretty Lights, Rac, Royal Teeth, Saints Of Valory, Salva, San Fermin, Shakey Graves, Sir Sly, Sky Ferreira, Sleeper Agent, Sleigh Bells, Smallpools, Son Lux, Step Rockets, Stop Light Observations, Tegan And Sara, The Ceremonies, The Colourist, The Lumineers, The Mowglis, The Weeks, The White Panda, The Wild Feathers, Third Eye Blind, Tune Yards, Twenty One Pilots, Typhoon, Unlikely Candidates, Vance Joy, Vic Mensa, Walk Off The Earth, Washed Out, Weezer, White Denim, Wild Child, Wild Cub, X Ambassadors, Young The Giant, Ziggy Marley

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Firefly Arts Collective 2015 - Jun 30 2015

From its inception in 2003, Firefly Arts Collective has helped to foster art and community through its interactive, multi-day, outdoor arts and culture event held annually over 4th of July weekend. Inspired by the principles of Burning Man, and rooted in creative individual participation, the annual Firefly event is recognized as an official Burning Man regional. A few years ago the collective obtained official 501(c)3 non-profit status. Since that time, our focus has expanded to more year round activities in addition to our annual event “up in the woods”.

Firefly community members are creative and eclectic individuals. We come from many walks of life: artists, scientists, healers, engineers, dreamers, makers—and gather together to create a temporary zone for radical self-expression. We paint, sculpt, light things on fire, write code, cook food, build things, dance, destroy things — all activities to engage the creative spirit. We make art happen and cause unexpected interactions to be realized.

We foster a collaborative artistic community by:Creating and running Events and gatherings that showcase our community’s creative endeavors.Managing a Creative Art Grant program to help incubate participatory art for Firefly and beyond.Promoting and announcing events, shows, and gallery openings in this artistic community AND its connected regional artistic communities.Managing key communication tools such as this website, announcement lists, a discussion list, and social networks.
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Firefly Arts Collective 2016 - Jun 29 2016

From its inception in 2003, Firefly Arts Collective has helped to foster art and community through its interactive, multi-day, outdoor arts and culture event held annually over 4th of July weekend. Inspired by the principles of Burning Man, and rooted in creative individual participation, the annual Firefly event is recognized as an official Burning Man regional. A few years ago the collective obtained official 501(c)3 non-profit status. Since that time, our focus has expanded to more year round activities in addition to our annual event “up in the woods”.

Firefly community members are creative and eclectic individuals. We come from many walks of life: artists, scientists, healers, engineers, dreamers, makers—and gather together to create a temporary zone for radical self-expression. We paint, sculpt, light things on fire, write code, cook food, build things, dance, destroy things — all activities to engage the creative spirit. We make art happen and cause unexpected interactions to be realized.

We foster a collaborative artistic community by:Creating and running Events and gatherings that showcase our community’s creative endeavors.Managing a Creative Art Grant program to help incubate participatory art for Firefly and beyond.Promoting and announcing events, shows, and gallery openings in this artistic community AND its connected regional artistic communities.Managing key communication tools such as this website, announcement lists, a discussion list, and social networks.
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Firefly Arts Collective 2017 - Jul 4 2017

From its inception in 2003, Firefly Arts Collective has helped to foster art and community through its interactive, multi-day, outdoor arts and culture event held annually over 4th of July weekend. Inspired by the principles of Burning Man, and rooted in creative individual participation, the annual Firefly event is recognized as an official Burning Man regional. A few years ago the collective obtained official 501(c)3 non-profit status. Since that time, our focus has expanded to more year round activities in addition to our annual event “up in the woods”.

Firefly community members are creative and eclectic individuals. We come from many walks of life: artists, scientists, healers, engineers, dreamers, makers—and gather together to create a temporary zone for radical self-expression. We paint, sculpt, light things on fire, write code, cook food, build things, dance, destroy things — all activities to engage the creative spirit. We make art happen and cause unexpected interactions to be realized.

We foster a collaborative artistic community by:Creating and running Events and gatherings that showcase our community’s creative endeavors.Managing a Creative Art Grant program to help incubate participatory art for Firefly and beyond.Promoting and announcing events, shows, and gallery openings in this artistic community AND its connected regional artistic communities.Managing key communication tools such as this website, announcement lists, a discussion list, and social networks.
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Firefly Arts Collective 2018 - Jul 3 2018

From its inception in 2003, Firefly Arts Collective has helped to foster art and community through its interactive, multi-day, outdoor arts and culture event held annually over 4th of July weekend. Inspired by the principles of Burning Man, and rooted in creative individual participation, the annual Firefly event is recognized as an official Burning Man regional. A few years ago the collective obtained official 501(c)3 non-profit status. Since that time, our focus has expanded to more year round activities in addition to our annual event “up in the woods”.

Firefly community members are creative and eclectic individuals. We come from many walks of life: artists, scientists, healers, engineers, dreamers, makers—and gather together to create a temporary zone for radical self-expression. We paint, sculpt, light things on fire, write code, cook food, build things, dance, destroy things — all activities to engage the creative spirit. We make art happen and cause unexpected interactions to be realized.

We foster a collaborative artistic community by:Creating and running Events and gatherings that showcase our community’s creative endeavors.Managing a Creative Art Grant program to help incubate participatory art for Firefly and beyond.Promoting and announcing events, shows, and gallery openings in this artistic community AND its connected regional artistic communities.Managing key communication tools such as this website, announcement lists, a discussion list, and social networks.
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Flotilla/Flottille 2017 - Sep 21 2017

FLOTILLA/FLOTTILLE is the first transnational gathering focusing on nomadic and temporary elements of contemporary artist-run culture in Atlantic Canada. From September 21st to 24th 2017, participants from around the world will work alongside regional artists and practitioners to re-imagine artist-run culture in a series of public exhibitions, events and discussions in and around Charlottetown, PE. Taking inspiration from a nautical metaphor of boats banded together in open water, FLOTILLA/FLOTTILLE speaks to the shifting tides within cultural practice: ideas of nomadism, isolation, transition, exchange, and innovation. FLOTILLA/FLOTTILLE’s program considers the flexible, responsive and provisional forms of organization that are increasingly necessary for the sustained evolution of contemporary artist-run culture. Innovative platforms for artistic collaboration will be a key focus. FLOTILLA/FLOTTILLE’s discourse will happen outside traditional spaces of power, on beaches, over the lunch table, at night, and in the public square, focusing on artistic production through current social and political themes. FLOTILLA/FLOTTILLE aims to strengthen artist-run networks, exploring the emancipatory idea that artist-run space-making encourages owning the means of production; through cultural negotiations and conversations around food, collaboration, floating architecture, and the travelling archive as platforms to reach new audiences. We will explore pertinent ideas including: cultural negotiation, documentation, imaginary futures, identify and challenge past and current colonial gestures, and emphasizing how our relationship with available creative “spaces” affects artistic productivity.

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Floyd Fest 2017 - Jul 26 2017

Michael Franti & Spearhead St. Paul and The Broken Bones Leftover Salmon Thievery Corporation Railroad Earth Steel Pulse Shovels & Rope Marty Stuart White Denim Turkuaz Fruition Keller Williams The Keller Williams KWahtro The Hip Abduction Nicola Cruz The Larry Keel Experience Keller & the Keels TAUK The Steel Wheels honeyhoney Xavier Rudd Big Something Shook Twins Baskery Aaron Lee Tasjan Zach Deputy Jack Broadbent Davy Knowles Trae Pierce & the T-Stone Band That 1 Guy The Lil’ Smokies People’s Blues of Richmond Rebekah Todd & The Odyssey The Suitcase Junket Hillbilly Casino Urban Soil T Sisters Banditos Jon Stickley Trio The Tillers Alanna Royale Whiskerman Strange Machines The Stash! Band Strange Americans The Brother Brothers Honey Island Swamp Band The Mantras Edward David Anderson Dead 27s McLovins Hayley Jane and the Primates The Drunken Hearts Kansas Bible Company Liver Down The River Broccoli Samurai Dixon’s Violin Howard Falco Oakley the Greenman Luna

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Foreverland 2014 - Sep 19 2014

 At Foreverland, we invite you to explore the duality that exists within each one of our very souls and hearts. The container we create is meant to be an homage to both. Whether you are experiencing the innocence of your inner lost boy/girl’s sweetest intentions, or conversely; expressing your your wildest desires, and mischievous pirate fantasies, Foreverland gives us a safe container and playground to explore these dualities, and ultimately to embody the harmony that lies between. For 3 magical days we have permission to go deep, explore, experiment, and roar OUR TRUTH! Foreverland is a place of radical co creation and activated participation. Bring your costumes, characters, and unbridled imagination; if there was no self-doubt, no inhibition – what is your Foreverland?

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