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Recycled Arts Festival

From Saturday, June 24, 2017
To Sunday, June 25, 2017
Contact  360-397-2121 x4352 Sally.Fisher@clark.wa.gov

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Recycled Arts Festival celebrates the creative reuse and upcycling of rescued materials. Come see how eco-conscious artists are bringing new life to items that were landfill-bound.

Discover:

  • Amazing glass, porcelain and metal garden art
  • Wearables: jewelry, clothing and handbags
  • House items: lamps, rugs, wall art, and wood furniture
  • Sculpture Garden
  • Mainstage entertainment
  • Events for the whole family
  • Much more!

This Clark County eco-friendly annual event is free and fun for all ages.

New this year

Procession of the Species is a celebration and parade that seeks to bridge the arts, the environment, and our local community. Come as your favorite plant, animal or element!

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Free workshops are available beginning in May. Come make your own mask and costume for the Procession of the Species with others in our community. Please register ahead of time — space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.

Sign up for a workshop now!

Want to help?

The Recycled Arts Festival is not possible without the help of our volunteers. Be part of this great community event! Volunteer for a shift (or two) and get a festival t-shirt, water bottle and lunch!

To volunteer, contact Karissa at Karissa.Jones@clark.wa.gov or call 360-397-2121 ext. 7332

We hope to see you there!

Learn more about the Recycled Arts Festival

Location 

Esther Short Park 
8th Street and Columbia 
Vancouver, WA 98660

 

Event Sponsor  Clark County Department of Public Health, Solid Waste and Environmental Outreach