The Little River Speaks Project is calling all painters, drawers, poets, photographers, writers, dancers, singers and protectors of life to come make art in solidarity with the land, waters and wildlife threatened by the Nordic aquaculture project.

There will be four Sunday sessions from 10 a.m. to noon, beginning June 6. Participants will make art on the river, moving from the headwaters to the bay. Take inspiration from the original water-keepers, the Penobscot/Wabanaki, of the land we occupy. All ages and abilities are welcome to one or more sessions—everyone is an artist!

Locations are as follows: June 6, waterfall off of Tufts Road; June 20, 85 Edgecomb Road; July 4, Water District trailhead; and July 18, Harriet L. Harley Conservation Area, 290 Northport Ave.

The voice and beauty of the river will be brought to downtown Belfast with an art exhibition in August.

For more details and to register, visit littleriverspeaks.org. Organizers will have extra art supplies. For more information, call 207-338-5719 or email lrnvalle@gmail.com.