RECYCL'ART 2023: April 29 Workshop & Recycling Info Session

April 29: 200B High Street

11:00am : All your questions about recycling answered by expert Ford Schumann! Learn more about how YOU can make a difference!

12:30pm: Come and evaluate the next steps of your recycl'ART project in a community setting with Artist Kayti Didriksen! We request registration so we can ensure we have the space and materials for you.

Our RECYCL'ART Month-Long Program in honor of Earth Day will educate the community about making art from recycled materials, promote local ecological awareness and green practices! The Lead Artist for this program is Kayti Didriksen [Interview with Kayti] an artist that works primarily with recycled and found materials. Her expertise and knowledge will assist our YOU in the conception and execution of your recycled art project. The program will culminate in an exhibition of the works in the RiverArts Gallery.


April 30 & May 1: Drop off for Recycled Art Show

Registration is required and will open on April 15. 

May 5: Recycled Art Show Opening Reception 5-7pm

May 12: Recycled Art Show Artist Talk 5-7pm


RiverArts welcomes donations of recycled materials, especially interesting ones! We also welcome donations of supplies including:

  • Paints and brushes (acrylic, sprays)
  • Adhesives (sprays, glues)
  • Cutting tools (scissors, xacto knives)
  • Joining materials (wire, zipties)

Please bring donations to RiverArts Education Center at 200B High Street. Hours are Wednesday-Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm. If you have a donation that needs to be picked up or would like to arrange a drop off time, please email

Registration Info

While registration is not required, it is appreciated so we can prepare!


Publicity Policy

RiverArts reserves the right to use photos taken during all classes and programs for publicity purposes. Registration in a class or attendance at an event gives RiverArts permission to use images without further consent or compensation.

Student Property

RiverArts is not responsible for artwork and other property left on the premises and has no liability if such property is lost, stolen or damaged, except in instances when artwork is displayed in gallery exhibitions and covered by insurance. Artwork or property left two weeks after the class ends will be discarded.