Kids had fun at EcoArtFest painting paper, rocks, and each others' faces. Chalk was available for decorating the pavement
+ Access Arts gave lessons on
throwing clay on the potter's wheel. Some of the music inspired dancing and attempts at dizziness.
Some of those represented at EcoArtFest included Missouri River Communities Network, Missouri
River Relief, Americorps,
Missouri Stream Team,
Missouri Department of Conservation,
Missourians for Safe Energy,+
the local chapter of the Native
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MoRivCC recorded the
performances of musicians, dancers, and Missouri's Poet Laureate, Walter Bargen. They also interviewed many artists
and local storytellers.
See some of MoRivCC's videos on YouTube.