LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College Continuing Education & Community Events is announcing a Call for Entertainment, seeking entertainers to participate in the 2014 Art Under the Elms which takes place April 25 – 27 on the LCSC campus. This is the 30th anniversary of the festival, which features three days of art, entertainment, and food.
Interested performing artists are invited to submit inquiries of interest and, if available, samples of work for consideration. According to Amanda Gill, Art Under the Elms coordinator, the hope is that the Call for Entertainment will attract a wide range of new and diverse artists, including acoustic musicians, solo, duo, or trio acts, as well as full bands or performance groups.
To be considered, artists must contact Amanda Gill at [email protected] or 208.792.2447. Inquiries of interest must be made by March 20, 2014.
Art Under the Elms (AUE) began in 1984 as a celebration of the arts in North Central Idaho and has become one of the largest outdoor festivals in the state. AUE features over 100 of the region’s finest artists, along with regional entertainers on two stages, arts activities for children and families, and an international-style food court. More than just a community festival, AUE is also the major fundraiser for Continuing Education and Community Events programming at LCSC.
For more information about Art Under The Elms visit Art Under the Elms or call 208.792.2447.
AUE is the signature event of the annual Dogwood Festival of the Lewis Clark Valley. For additional Dogwood Festival information visit Dogwood Festival.