“Art4Change: Youth Art for a Greener Earth” Opens at CAMP Rehoboth with a March 17 Reception

CAMP Rehoboth is excited to announce the opening of "Art4Change: Youth Art for a Greener Earth," an inspiring exhibition running from March 16 to April 20. Mark your calendars and plan to attend the Artists’ Reception on March 17 from 1 to 3 p.m.

Art has the power to engage thinking, promote dialogue, and stir change.  In “Art4Change: Youth Art for a Greener Earth,” developing artists aged 16 to 21 years share their art that raises awareness about our environment and explores the relationship between humans, nature, and all life on Earth.  

Through their original creations, these artists seek to foster a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with nature and all living beings. The selections in this juried exhibition were made by a team of community members. They looked for works that met the theme, are thought-provoking, and capture the attention and imagination of viewers.

The selected artworks include a diverse array of mediums, including mixed media, photography, 3-D works, woven art, sketches, and more. Several pieces incorporate reclaimed and natural materials, furthering their message of sustainability and eco-consciousness.

The exhibiting artists are Gina Berduo, Gabe Blackwood, Giavonna Coco, Sarah Cohen, Braydon Donovan, Madison Laird, Audrey Lane, Charlie Matas, Krista Silon, Willow Troise, Lexi Walker, and Dejour Williams.

We all can learn from the perspectives of these talented young artists. Join us on March 17 from 1 to 3 p.m. for an Artists' Reception to celebrate their talent and honor their dedication to making a positive impact on our planet. CAMP Rehoboth shows its commitment to the cause by recycling and using compostable goods at receptions.