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At each Camp DreamTree house surrounding the campfire, you will find a short history of the house and an activity. At the South House (the Waterhouse) you will meet Evan’s aunt Frida, founder of the South House. The South House is all about food, friends, and gathering. Here, you will be asked to share a recipe or a favorite dish and make a new friend. Do you see another DreamScout? Go introduce yourself, shake hands, and discuss your favorite party dish. Once you’ve made someone’s acquaintance, add the South House achievement stamp to your Camp Map.  

At the East House, you will learn about Evan’s cousin David and his love of storytelling. The East House (the Scroll House) is home to the Caves of Recollection, where all campers can share their own first memory. After sharing your memory, grab a postcard, write a quick note, and collect your East House achievement stamp.  

Finally, at the West House (the Sprout House) you will meet Evan’s cousin Jim. Jim was always wondering, always dreaming, and always sharing and giving his time and love. Here, you will find the coloring pages of Camp Dreamtree, an opportunity for Scouts of all ages to show off their creativity. Fill in a page, hang it on the house, and collect your achievement stamp for the Sprout House. 

Camp Dreamtree is an all-inclusive, interactive installation designed by Fireweather Studio at the Scottsdale Arts Festival. Explore this bright and colorful world focusing on each new DreamScout being “small, but part of the whole.” The installation is comprised of three main parts: a visitor center, a fire pit, and four Dreamhouses with self-guided and artist led activities for all ages. 

About Camp Dreamtree 

Camp Dreamtree is an all-inclusive, interactive installation designed by Fireweather Studio at the Scottsdale Arts Festival. Explore this bright and colorful world focusing on each new DreamScout being “small, but part of the whole.” The installation is comprised of three main parts: a visitor center, a fire pit, and four Dreamhouses with self-guided and artist led activities for all ages. 

About Fireweather Studio 

Roy Wasson Valle and Koryn Woodward Wasson are a husband and wife team of art and experience makers. Roy was born and raised in Cuernavaca, Mexico, and moved to Arizona when he was 11. He holds a bachelor of fine arts and a master of fine arts from Arizona State University in sculpture. Koryn is a Phoenix native and holds a bachelor of fine arts from Arizona State University in art education. The team have been working together since 2011 and created Camp Dreamtree and the world of Crystal Burn for Scottsdale Public Art in 2014. The primary focus of their work is the respect for wonder and joy in the world. They have two amazing daughters, who keep them focused on the importance of the art experience being for all ages. As a team, they make work under the name Fireweather Studio, providing interactive intergenerational installation work that is fun and thought provoking.  

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North Side of City Hall

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