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Easthampton, Earth Day “Earth & Fire Arts Fest”

April 22 - April 23

Our planet contains a beautiful synchronicity that is threatened. “Earth & Fire Arts Fest” explores our connection to nature through the arts during Earth Day week.

1-2pm  World We Love Parade!

Join the Great Green Being and others for an Earth Day Parade from City Space in Old Town Hall – 43 Main St. Easthampton, MA. We will gather in front of the Old Town Hall at 1pm-and then parade. We will sing songs and honor the Earth, Air, Fire and Water. Followed by a closing circle to share about how much we love the Earth and share our visions for activist art actions in the coming year! Costumes are welcome. Free and for all ages!

April 19 BOXES OF SORROWS: Offering Reverence, Tending Grief -Susannah Crolius
April 20 RECYCLED PUPPETS and the THROW AWAY WORLD- Jean Minuchin
April 22 FABLES for a NEW WORLD- Terry Jenoure

Saturday April 22
6:30 Exhibit and Networking with Environmental Groups
7:30 “Fables for a New World” “Climate Healing Chorus” “The Paper Mache Protest: A
Mother’s Call to Action in the Face of Climate Change” and “American Stink Bug”

Sunday April 23
1-2 World We Love Parade
6:30 Exhibit and Networking with Environmental Groups
7:30 “Climate Healing Chorus” “Elegy” and “American Stink Bug”

Where: CitySpace’s Blue Room in Old Town Hall- 43 Main St. Easthampton, MA. 01027
When: April 19-23 Times vary – see website www.worldandeye.com
Tickets: Prices vary depending on the event and ability to pay $5- $35
Information and links to tickets: http://www.worldandeye.com/earth-and-fire-arts-fest.html

A new arts non-profit to the Pioneer Valley, World and Eye, presents “The Earth & Fire Arts Fest”. The festival spanning the week of Earth Day examines the danger to and care of our planet through the arts. Workshops about nature are run by professional artists who inspire participants to find expression through visual arts and storytelling. The festival weekend includes the World We Love puppet parade for families. Teens and adults can enjoy two evenings of exhibits, networking with environmental groups, concerts and final performances of storytelling, puppetry, dance, music and political satire. The festival aims to reveal connections to the Earth that sustains us through humor, grief, poignancy and beauty.


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