Earth Day in Hilo Hawaii

On April 20th Lee Michael was an active participant for the 13th year at the UH Hilo campus celebrating Earth Day.

His specialty is love and dedication to creativity which goes always towards Keiki ( children.) In this short Highlights film done by Dominik W. from GroFilms, Lee interacts with school children playing with Masks and Puppets.Today is more important then ever to engage with recyclable materials to create art, crafts or any new work. Scientists hold vision for the future to be able to recycle anything from organic to solid materials. As we are progressively building a new civilization we will be able to continuously reuse components that are around us. The starting time is now. The goal is 100% recycled (everything) Why not start with the Arts?

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