Waste Not, Want Not: Art Reimagined
Waste Not, Want Not: Art Reimagined is an art exhibit featuring art made from recycled and upcycled materials.
We challenge the entire SLUH community to reflect, pray, and create a story about the beauty of creation and to contemplate what is meant by throwaway culture.
Rather than producing waste, we must realize that we are gifted with great hope, energy, and resources. We want to learn how these can be molded into playful pieces of imaginative design and functional art and to then communicate this to our wider community.
This project will be entered into the USGBC 2018 Green Schools Quest.
ENVIRONMENTAL TEAM CALLS FOR MATERIAL, TALENT, SUPPORT
This year’s contest theme is Community Engagement; we hope to reach every corner of the SLUH community and beyond.
Send us your thougthts: What is waste? What is art? #wastenotwantnot2018
Or, pray, reflect, and come help us create and celebrate the show!
HOW CAN YOU CONTRIBUTE?
- Please look around your house and send into SLUH items from our construction wish list. Items will be collected in the old Cafeteria.
- Landscaping material
- Live green PLANTS
- Wire of any kind
- Large Chandeliers approximately 24” x 24”
- Recycled Plastic or Cardboard
- Old Glass windows in frames
- Small items/memorabilia that remind you of SLUH or your community
- Your creative energy!
- Email, instagram, tweet us your thoughts/reflections/video on throwaway culture, how to become a zero-waste community.
- Now - March: Help to create works of art in Old Cafeteria with professional guest artists and SLUH community
- April 7 - SLUH auction, come bid on your favorite piece!
- April 11 - Show opens 4-6 pm; come to celebrate SLUH’s sustainable art show and welcome guests at USGBC Green Schools Quest Award Ceremony at SLUH. 5-7 pm
- April 21 - Show opens for SLUH bicentennial birthday bash
- April 22 - Show closes–don’t miss it!