How to Contribute Content

Do you have a great story you’d like to share with the world? Talk to us about your ideas and projects. We showcase creative, inspiring content from people all over the world who are connected to the Oregon Country Fair (OCF). Whether you are a performer, dancer, musician, craftsperson, artist, entertainer, or part of a crew or participant, if you are part of making the OCF magic happen then you are fair family! Tell a story about an inspiring creative project or interview someone making creative contributions to the community.

Use our contact form to get started. Tell us about your project and whether it’s audio or video. After you introduce yourself we will send you a form requesting more info and we will go from there.  We look forward to seeing your contributions. Together, we can spread the fair magic around the world!

 

Guidelines for submission

  • Your audio or video submission must be relevant to your community, or the Oregon Country Fair, in line with our mission and be family-friendly (no vulgarities please). See content already posted on this website to get an idea what we accept.
  • You must have completed model releases for anyone featured in your interviews or podcasts.
  • Media content must be original (not copyrighted by someone else.)
  • Your piece must be in it’s final edited format and no longer than 55 minutes.
  • Formats accepted for audio: MP3 or WAV
    Formats for video: MP4 or WMV
    Format for pictures: JPG files no larger than 1MB each.
  • You can have a one-time submission or regularly scheduled episodes (series.)
  • We do not charge a fee for submissions and we ask you not to submit work that is primarily soliciting funds or contributions.

 

Browse our colorful content!

The Making of a Slug Queen

More than a mascot, Slug Queens show up for their community in myriad ways. Find out about Mija’s SLUG Queen persona and what is hiding in her art studio…

Inspire Tribe with Iana Matthews-Harris

The Inspire Tribe performs every year at the Spirit Tower at Oregon Country Fair, headed up by Iana Matthews-Harris. This eclectic and spontaneous group is made of new and returning artists each year, with music and poetry in the hip-hop slam style. Iana explains what...

Fair Family Radio Trailer

Journey with us on the rainbow of sound that is the Oregon Country Fair, with interviews and audio from around the Fair and around the world. We'll publish a new podcast every two weeks so you can stay connected to Fair magic, year-round!

Acid Wash Marching Band

The Acid Wash Marching Band makes the "sweep" funky! Hear some great tunes and watch the fun people going by!

Solar Cooking at Energy Park

Learn all about solar cooking and see the demonstrations at this booth in Energy Park at Oregon Country Fair! An interactive and yummy way to experience cooking with the sun.

Sean Goddard Insect Sculptures

Sean Goddard's giant, metallic, and colorful insect sculptures give new meaning to the words "garden art"! Enjoy his beautiful creations at Oregon Country Fair, as he talks about his inspiration and method for creating them.

Raven Moon Rattles

Raven Moon Rattles booth at the Oregon Country Fair! Making spirit magic for many years with papier mache. See the different shapes, including masks.

Jello Art Show

Eugene, Oregon is home to a unique art form: Jello. This long-standing tradition is a single day of wiggly, bright, and funny art that takes place each year at the Maude Kerns Art Center. Hear from the Slug Queen of Eugene, the artists, and the crowd as they discuss...

Banjo Man

Watch and listen to One Man Banjo as he tells stories with his music at the Oregon Country Fair. Kids love it!

Grumpy Steve — not really

What do you do when you've nearly done it all as a volunteer at the Oregon Country Fair? You become a BUM, of course!

Roger’s Man-Powered Saw

Not only is this saw, designed by Roger, not in need of an electrical outlet but it makes cuts that high-end woodworkers envy! Great work, Roger! See him at the Oregon Country Fair.  

Hope in Action Conference, Eugene

4th graders in Eugene learn first hand about sustainability and ecosystems in this day-long conference by Partners for Sustainable Schools.

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