MADE OUT of WHAT presents: The Universal Sea. Plastics/Environmental Art Exhibition – Opening Party, Book Launch and Symposium

Dear Friends,
I am delighted to announce that my work will be part of the Universal Sea event series organised and curated by MOoW . It would be wonderful if you could attend and spread the word to the world!

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

August 8, 6:00-9:00pm. The Universal Sea Art Exhibition, Book Launch and Opening Party Location: 936 Mei Ling Way, Chinatown, Los AngelesTickets are available here: https://www.madeoutofwhat.com/tusbooklaunch
August 10, 5:00pm – midnightChinatown Summer Nights Location: 936 Mei Ling Way, Chinatown, Los AngelesFREE. Tickets are available here: https://www.madeoutofwhat.com/tusbooklaunch
August 12, 6:00-9:00pmThe Universal Sea Symposium 
Location: Casa Italiana 1051 N Broadway, LA, CA 90012Free for Students. Tickets are available here: https://www.madeoutofwhat.com/tusbooklaunch
August 17, 7:00-10:00pmThe Universal Sea Closing Party 
Location: 936 Mei Ling Way, Chinatown, Los Angeles Donations. Tickets are available here: https://www.madeoutofwhat.com/tusbooklaunc

June 25, 2019Tickets are on sale now for The Launch Party and the Symposium!
  
MOoW presents The Universal Sea: Art Exhibition, Book Launch and SymposiumMade Out of WHAT is bringing together artists, scientists, environmental leaders and activists from around the world to participate in an unprecedented series of events surrounding The Universal Sea art exhibition: a book launch, symposium, dance party and more!The event will kick off with an art exhibition and book launch of The Universal Sea, Pure or Plastic? The opening party will feature international artists who have transformed consumer waste into powerful visual manifestos, a performance, drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and more.The exhibition will be open for viewing during Chinatown Summer Nights, an evening of music and dancing on the Central Plaza with food trucks and shopping.Our symposium will follow featuring a panel of distinguished speakers from around the globe addressing a spectrum of solutions to the plastic emergency. There will be artwork on display from a student competition entitled Junk Battle and more.To wrap up the exciting event series, come to our Closing Party. There will be a trash Virtual Reality experience and live music played on instruments crafted from detritus. Schedule of events:Art Exhibition, Book Launch and Opening Party: August 8, 6:00-9:00pmChinatown Summer Nights: August 10, 5:00pm – midnight Symposium: August 12, 6:00-9:00pmClosing Party: August 17, 7:00-10:00pm

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Black Watch

My dear artist friend Kathy Marsh from Belfast invited me to assist her facilitate art workshops for the passengers travelling to the Arctic Circle from Liverpool via Norway on the Fred Olsen’s Black Watch cruise ship.

It was a magnificent experience and met so many lovely people. The workshops were very well received and attended, so much so that we ended up organising little final show of all the works produced by the participants. Here are some of the artworks’ pics Kathy and I took.