The art and education event focuses on the plastic pollutants in our oceans. Located at 248 Clement in an annex of the Busvan building, the pop-up exhibition will feature a live, plastic mural art installation, beach plastic crafts, and artwork by local artists and students.
The gallery opens this Friday, January 22 with a reception from 6pm to 9pm, featuring live music from Jeff Desira, the art of local artists including Jonathan Anzalone, Patrick Kouse, Ariel Gold, Judith Selby Lang, and more.
At the opening reception, attendees can help the project complete a mural made of plastic objects picked up from our local beaches. Local ocean-friendly crafts will also be for sale along with most of the art displayed.
On Sunday, January 24, the gallery will host a family open house from 10am until 1pm. It’s a free day of ocean education, crafts, music and fun and to view the student art in the gallery space.
Private showings of the gallery are also available by appointment from January 23rd through 31st. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to help keep our beaches clean? Join a Surfrider Beach Cleanup event on Saturday, January 30 at Baker Beach from 10am until 12pm.