Here’s a full line-up of activities at the 2022 Earth Day Indiana Festival, June 4th at Garfield Park in Indianapolis!
Main Stage Lineup
11- 11:40 Paul Burris
11:45 – 12:00 Welcome and Key Note Dr. Jarrod Dortch
12:15 – 1 Charlie Ballantine
1:15 – 2 Teresa Reynolds
2:15 – 3 TJ Reynolds and the Freehand Orchestra
3:15 – 4 The Voids
4:15 – 5 Jennie DeVoe
Youth Activity Stage
11:00 – 11:45 Bill Bailey
12:00 – 12:45 TJ Reynolds
1:00 – 1:45 Mr Daniel
2:00 – 2:45 Zionsville Drum and the Shamaniacs
3:00 – 3:45 Shoobeeloo
4:00 – 5:00 Silly Safari’s.
Sustainable Arts Village
Artist: Carol Hedin
Carol Hedin makes one of a kind designs inspired by nature and colors. She reuses canvases, glassware, tables, and boxes in her art. Carol’s artwork is made by cutting out paper and/or painting a design then sealing it to a surface and finishing it with a thick epoxy finish. She also incorporates misc. materials in her artwork like feathers, metal leaf, shells, flowers, and more. Carol Hedin is a native to Bloomington, IN. She has owned her Art Business Sublime Design for over 20 years. She does custom orders for homes and businesses all over Indiana and beyond.
KATHY SAUCIER ART
Artist: Kathy Saucier
Description: My Art is primarily made from recycled materials such as denim and magazines.
SPECKLED BIRD TRADING COMPANY
Artist: Connie Welch
Speckled Bird Trading Company makes one-of-a-kind hats, mittens, scarves and fingerless gloves from recycled and repurposed fabrics. Many pieces are embellished with vintage or second-hand buttons or jewelry. Not only are our items unique…they are fun to wear!!
TRADES OF HOPE
Represented by Bobbie Lancaster
Trades of Hope exists to liberate women from human trafficking and poverty. Many of our Hand Made, Fair Trade products are upcycled & recycled. Featured products for the Earth Day Festival will be handbags, luggage tags, and backpacks for children, which are made in Guatemala from upcycled blouses & skirts, woven by hand. Trades of Hope will also feature jewelry from Jordan, made from recycled & upcycled soda bottles.
Trades of Hope will also feature items from Haiti, where our artisans use cereal boxes to create jewelry & used oil drums to create metal garden art & holiday ornaments.
All products represented are Fair Trade Certified, and in addition to providing economic opportunities for our artisans, Trades of Hope gives back to organizations that support recycling, sustainable farming, and tree planting initiatives in the regions our artisans live.
*Times are approximate and artists TBA.