EcoArts Fest

ArtStarts EcoArts Fest

SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2019

10 AM-3 PM

Hop on the Metro Blue Line and come on out to the Refuge to celebrate the brilliant creativity of the next generation of stewards for our Earth! Now in its twelfth year, the EcoArts Fest has something for everyone. Enjoy the opening pageant as schools involved in ArtStart residencies showcase their art work created with professional artists in response to environmental learning. Enjoy cultural dance and music performances. Participate in nature activities led by Refuge staff and art activities lead by ArtStart artists, as you learn strategies for preserving and conserving our environment. A great family day and a special way to celebrate Earth Day.
Food trucks on-site.       A zero waste event.       Admission free!

LOCATION: Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge
3815 American Blvd. East, Bloomington

Set overlooking the beautiful Minnesota River Valley, this free, family friendly, zero waste event features interactive art and nature activities for all. EcoArts Fest engages kids and adults with fun activities that shed light on environmental issues through art making and show ways individuals can create change. Conveniently located on the Blue Line at the American Blvd. stop.

EcoArts Fest’s environmental focus is protecting our pollinators: bees, butterflies, and birds. The festival explores environmental changes and habitat loss of birds, monarch butterflies, bees, and more.

EcoArts Fest activities are created with residencies, workshops, and programming in the community with artists and naturalists months in advance of the celebration. Naturalist Larry Wade provides curriculum for students in residencies and their art reflects their environmental observations.

The day is a culmination of these activities and showcases the art, music, dance, and performances of youth and adults in response to a deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world and our place in it.


EcoArts Fest sponsored by

For more information contact: Carol Sirrine or call 651-698-2787
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