Participate in The Water Festival!


• SPONSORSHIPS & DONATIONS:  Support water awareness and creative community! Your investment is a great way to promote your business or organization and will ensure that The Water Festival is a great success. Contributions are tax-deductible. See SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS.

• EXHIBITORS:  Share your information, products, and activities at The Water Festival Exhibitor Fair as a business, non-profit, artisan, or school. 

•  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Propose a workshop or activity that you would like to lead at the festival. 

• CALL TO ARTISTS & INVENTORS:  Artists of any medium are invited to show and/or sell their work with water-related themes, including participating in a contest for proposing creative water solutions.

• This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Be part of this AMAZING opportunity where you can learn various performance forms (Butoh, Physical Theater, Authentic Movement and more) while exploring the theme of WATER.

• VOLUNTEER:  There are many fun and engaging ways to participate in The Water Festival.


Interested in any of the above?  CONTACT US with your contact info and a brief description of your proposal, skills, and interests.

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