Cascadia Poetry Festival Sponsors

January 21, 2014
Splabman
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The Common Acre

The Common Acre has stepped up to join the Sightline Institute, Mother Tongue Publishing, 4 Culture and Cascadia Now as a sponsor of the 2nd Cascadia Poetry Festival. The list is here:

http://cascadiapoetryfestival.org/sponsor

The Common Acre produces public programs at the intersection of earth and art. Following the example of Wendell Berry, Will Allen, and Jane Jacobs, we link the vitality of a community to its relationship with the land. With work in urban gardens and arts venues alike, we aim to cultivate engaged, inspired, and fruitful communities.

The fest happens in 100 days and you can get your group in front of the largest gathering of bioregional poets in history.

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The Cascadia Poetry Festival is an international event which seeks to bioregionally animate & culturally construct Cascadia by gathering writers, artists, scientists and activists to collaborate, discover and foster deeper connection between all inhabitants and the place itself.

$25 – Gold Pass (Admittance to all events.*)

$100 – Small Press Fair table (4 feet. Includes 4 Gold Passes, mentions on the website and in the program.)

$500 – Douglas Fir – (Logo on Website and on poster and Half Page ad in program, on site signage (space for your banner) and mentions on stage and in social networking efforts.)

$1,000 – Transnationalist – (Logo on Website and on poster, Full Page ad in program, on site signage (space for your banner) and mentions on stage and in social networking efforts.)

  • Some events have limited space and are first come, first served.

Venues include Seattle U’s Pigott Auditorium, Paccar Atrium and Spring Street Center. pen@splab.org or (206) 422.5002 to arrange sponsorship.

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Mother Tongue Publishing

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