BELFAST — Organizations throughout Belfast have lined up an inspiring and thoughtful series of events during Earth Week 2022. On Saturday, April 23, attendees can enjoy an art build, an art exhibit, a film screening, and a community discussion centered around climate change and art activism.

From 10 a.m. to noon, head to the Art Build at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St., to make climate change awareness yard signs. Explore the “Art of Re-Climation” exhibit at the Belfast Free Library, 106 High St., from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

At 3 p.m., Colonial Theatre, 163 High St., hosts a by donation screening with the creators of “Natasha Mayers: An Un-Still Life.” The Maine-made film catches up with Mayers decades after she began a crusade as one of the state’s most prolific activist artists; taking on causes for environmental and social justice. Filmmakers Anita Clearfield and Geoffrey Leighton and Mayers herself attend a post-screening community discussion.

“Natasha Mayers: An Un-Still Life” is presented by event partners Belfast Free Library’s “All of Belfast: Climate Dialogues project” and Waterfall Arts. Proceeds from this by donation event benefit the continued educational efforts surrounding the themes covered in the documentary. Due to occupancy limits, pre-registration on Eventbrite is encouraged at tinyurl.com/UnstillLife. For more information, visit ColonialTheatre.com or call 338-1930.