ENter the 2020 Nature Art & Craft Show
On July 24, 25, & 26, the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History (RTPI) and Panama Rocks Scenic Park will host the fourth annual Wild America Nature Festival, celebrating nature and all things inspired by it, on the grounds of Panama Rocks. The cornerstone of this festival is our Juried Nature Fine Art and Craft Show. See some of our past artists here!
We hope that interested artists will join us by applying to become an artist exhibitor in the Juried Nature Fine Art and Craft Show at the Wild America Nature Festival.
BOTH ARTISTS CREATING ART WITH NATURE AS A SUBJECT MATTER (PAINTING, SCULPTURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, ETC.) AND ARTISTS CREATING ART AND/OR FINE CRAFTS USING NATURAL MATERIALS (WOODWORKING, POTTERY, NATURAL FIBERS, ETC.) MAY APPLY.
In addition to the Nature Fine Art and Craft Show, the Wild America Nature Festival features speakers, a local food cook-off, live animals, live music, classes, workshops, and more. The mission of the Wild America Nature Festival is to raise awareness of wild America through education and art, encourage sustainable enjoyment of the environment, and promote conservation of our natural world. The Wild America Nature Festival provides a forum to promote conservation efforts.
Additional information is available in our festival prospectus (below). If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact Jonathan Weston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716-782-2845.
Have a Wild Day!
Manager, Panama Rocks
Board of Directors, RTPI
Dr. Twan Leenders