Procession of the Species

Procession of the SpeciesOLY ARTS is excited to provide comprehensive coverage of the 2018 Procession of the Species.

The 2018 Procession Celebration:

  • Luminary Procession –
    Friday April 27, 2018 – 9:30 pm
  • Procession of the Species –
    Saturday April 28, 2018 – 4:30 pm

2018 PHOTO ESSAYS by Shanna Paxton

 

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Procession Participation Rules

The three rules below inspire, nourish and protect the Procession’s cultural evolution of imagination, creation and sharing.

No written or spoken words. We use no words, symbols or lyrics in our art, music or dance.

No pets or live animals. We have no live animals in the Procession, with the exception of service animals.

No motorized vehicles. We do not motorize our creations, and that includes the use of musical amplification. Of course, a motorized wheelchair is certainly permitted.

What: Procession of the Species

When:

  • Luminary Procession – Friday April 27, 2018 – 9:30 pm
  • Procession of the Species – Saturday April 28, 2018 – 4:30 pm

Where: Legion Way and Jefferson St. to Heritage Park,
Fifth Ave. and Water St.

How much: free

Learn more: 360-705-1087 |
Procession of the Species

Procession Mission

To empower communities to engage in cultural relationships with the natural world as a means of sustaining efforts of environmental protection and restoration.

PAST PHOTO ESSAYS:

2018 PHOTO ESSAYS by Shanna Paxton

2017 PHOTO ESSAYS by Shanna Paxton

About the Procession of the Species

Created by the community for the community the Procession of the Species Celebration is a joyous, artistic pageant, embracing the languages of art, music and dance to inspire learning, appreciation and protection of the natural world. The intent of the Procession is to elevate the dignity of the human spirit by enhancing the cultural exchange that we have with each other and with the natural world… and to do that through imagination, creation, and sharing.

 

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