Refresh your eco-commitment with Community Art!

July 13, 2011 at 1:06 pm Leave a comment

I have to admit; at times it feels like trying to live more sustainably is a chore. Whether it’s waking up extra early to catch the bus or washing my plastics before I recycle them, sometimes I forget to find the joy in what I’m doing. Leading an eco-friendly lifestyle doesn’t have to be a drag but it may take a little reminder here and there to stay light-hearted about it. That’s why I’m really looking forward to this weekend’s Community Art Workshop outside the Madison Children’s Museum.

Co-hosted by EnAct, Madison Children’s Museum, and Absolutely Art the Community Art Workshop is free and open to the public from 10am-12pm on Saturday, July 16th. At the event there will be three canvases where you and I, and our community, can collaboratively add our own artistic visions. There will be a painting canvas, a recycled art canvas, and a kid’s art canvas.

Recycled Art by Bonnie Jaffe

This will be a great way to learn more about sustainability while having fun and being creative. Finding interesting ways to reuse old objects and art supplies to create something new and beautiful will help me revitalize the excitement I’ve always had for lightening my eco-footprint. Also, spending time outside with friends and neighbors is always enjoyable. Come join me and the EnAct team and express yourself while learning more about sustainable living along the way!

Dorothy, EnAct Intern


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