Ocean Art Walk 2015 at Stanley Plaza
“The changes are happening; they're very visible, they're photographable, they're measurable...”
James Balog, "Chasing Ice" filmmaker
For the past two years, Emmy-award winning documentary "Chasing Ice" has been screened in 172 countries and on all seven continents, stunning audiences with beautifully-crafted images of some of the world’s biggest glaciers. These powerful pictures are also shocking – revealing irrefutable evidence of human-caused climate change and its impact on life on land and in the ocean.
This March and April at Ocean Art Walk 2015 at Stanley Plaza, artists and young people take "Chasing Ice" as their inspiration to encourage everyone to cherish our waters. Join us for a close-up look at the land and water we all depend on for survival, and discover how climate change is impacting life on Earth and what could happen if we don’t act now.
28 | 3 - 19 | 4 | 2015
Using art to capture people’s attention and inspire positive action to protect our ocean.
28 | 3 | 2015 12pm, 2:30pm, 4pm
4, 5 | 4 | 2015 1pm, 2pm, 3pm
A group of young talented YAF dancers in a series of performances inspired by our ocean.
3, 4, 5 | 4 | 2015 3:30pm - 6pm
Free screenings of "Chasing Ice" and other major local and international films about the world’s ocean.
3, 4, 5 | 4 | 2015
Work alongside professional artists to make great art and voice your pledge to help protect our environment. Schedule and registration information to come - sign up to our enewsletter to be the first to receive updates.