We are happy to announce we will be teaming up with Conscious Alliance once again to host an ‘Art That Feeds’ Food Drive at this year’s Wakarusa Music Festival! All attendees who donate 20 non-perishable food items will receive a FREE Wakarusa Music Festival poster! Food donations will be collected at the Conscious Alliance ‘Art That Feeds’ Gallery, which will be depicted on the Wakarusa Music Festival guide and map. All food donations will benefit the Arkansas Food Bank in Little Rock, AR.
For more information click HERE
|2013 3D Lenticular poster by Michael Boyer|
The Conscious Alliance always encourages food donations to be low-sodium and health oriented products. Organic food donations are especially encouraged. Ramen Noodles will NOT be accepted for the free poster.
Thank you for your continued support in feeding the hungry everywhere the music plays!
You can purchase Wakarusa posters at The Conscious Alliance Store.
|2011 by Nicole Swilpa||2010 by Robert Marx|
|2008 by Table2Press||2007 by Gary Houston|
About Conscious Alliance
Conscious Alliance is a Boulder, Colorado based national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to the distribution of much-needed food to impoverished communities across the United States. Operating through ongoing, grassroots food collection and hunger awareness programs throughout the U.S. – mostly by organizing food drives at concerts and music events – donations to Conscious Alliance benefit America’s local food pantries and economically isolated Native American reservations.
Since their first event in 2002, Conscious Alliance has hosted hundreds of food drives at music festivals including Bonnaroo, Power to the Peaceful, and Wakarusa, and at concerts by artists such as The String Cheese Incident, STS9, Phish, Jack Johnson, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Dave Matthews, Phil Lesh, and many others. Through these collaborations, Conscious Alliance has been able to collect and distribute enough food to provide over 1,164,000 meals to people in need.
In 2010, Conscious Alliance expanded their focus to include not only emergency food relief, but social development work on reservations as well, with several projects directed toward Native American youth that are intended to help the younger generation develop and uphold a strong relationship to their community and culture.