Students can say "Waste Me Not" through recycled art
The nonprofit Recycle Brevard will host its annual Recycled Art Show at The Avenue Viera from 2 to 5 p.m Sunday, Nov. 6. Submission to the show is open to kindergarten through 12th-grade Brevard County students and student participation is free.
Last year, the event showcased 80 pieces of artwork made by students from throughout the county. This year Recycle Brevard, with support from The Avenue Viera, Strawbridge Art League and Brevard Public Schools, is looking to increase the number of artworks displayed to least 100 pieces.
This year’s theme is "Speaking for our Waters" and entries should reflect ways to help with the long-term health of our waters, specifically the Indian River Lagoon and the animal and plant species that call it home.
The show is part of Waste Me Not Projects whose goal is to connect action to reflection and help inspire agents of change. Learn more at their Facebook page.
For information on how to participate, visit RecycleBrevard.org. Registration deadline is Oct. 28 with submissions due on Nov. 5, 2016.