For 2019, Frogwood will again take place at Camp Colton, an arts-centered facility located between the Willamette Valley and the Cascade Foothills. The camp’s newly renovated dining hall, large shop building, towering fir trees, and babbling streams make it an ideal site for Frogwood.
registration form ▸ Opens late December - early January
o Dates: Sunday afternoon, August 11th to noon on Saturday, August 17th, 2019
o We will hold our auction Saturday afternoon after load-out. This will allow us to have a reception and invite the arts community to attend. It will also allow participants to travel on Sunday after the event ends.
o Participation is limited to those personally invited by the Frogwood board of directors. The online registration form is not yet available.
o Deposit: A deposit of $100.00 is required in order to hold a slot at Frogwood 2019 on a first-come basis, with the balance due in full by July 1, 2019.
o Should you have to withdraw from Frogwood, our ability to make refunds will depend on whether or not we can fill your vacated position with another artist, the amount of unrecoverable expense we have already incurred, etc.
Follow along with the artists while we take the artwork from inception to auction stage.
Camp Colton Site photos
30088 S Camp Colton Drive
Colton, Oregon 97017
About camp colton
Camp Colton is a place of union, where all types of people find what they are searching for. It offers a premier venue to host small or large weddings, concerts, meetings, festivals, parties, retreats, classes, and more! When you arrive at camp, you will be greeted by a gate with stone pillars, a peaceful drive, and further on, a beautiful historic chapel. The reception hall, elegant and timeless, waits for the party. Bridges carry you over two cheerful creeks. Delicate native plant life cascades down the walls of Canyon Creek, meeting its busy edge. Bee Creek bubbles through camp as if straight out of a fairy tale. Dragonflies dance along it’s mossy edge and its waters cascade down a majestic waterfall, where the two creeks meet in their own union, heading towards Milk Creek. Trails will lead you through the vast, old forest full of wildlife, vegetation, and wonder.