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ECO ART: Students enrolled in visiting artist Ann Carlson's Feet to the Fire class perform a dance with a cow during the Feet to the Fire festival May 10. Feet to the Fire: Exploring Global Climate Change from Science to Art is an 18-month project that combines the teaching power of art and field science to help students and the community better understand the implications of global climate change.

Local children participate in the "Litter Bugs" activity, practicing proper trash and recycling disposal.

Renee Fortin '09 and a friend walk through Aine McCarthy's '10 labyrinth of bagged trash and recycled materials, designed to provide festival-goers with a few minutes of personal reflection and interpersonal interaction.

Local vendors sold eco-friendly products at the event, held at Veterans Memorial Park in Middletown.

Jess Sullivan '08 and Adam Tinkle '08, part of the chamber group, Mixolydians, perform "NatureCulture," a musical and spoken performance of advertisements on eco-friendly food products. (Photos by Lauren Valentino '10)