There’s a New Art Contest in Maui, So Do Your Part and Make Some Art!

Posted Wed, 02/01/2017 - 11:55

Through a project supported by a NOAA Marine Debris Program Prevention through Education and Outreach grant, the Pacific Whale Foundation is launching a Tidal Trash Treasures Art Contest in Maui, Hawaii! Applicants must create artwork made from marine debris that they collected during a cleanup and must reflect the theme “healthy oceans, healthy marine life.”

For more information on this exciting competition, please see the flyer below. Entries are due Friday, February 17th with an entry "fee" of 25 littered cigarette butts removed from a beach, park, or public area.

Tidal Trash Treasures Art Contest Flyer.
Tidal Trash Treasures Art Contest Flyer. (Credit: Pacific Whale Foundation)

 

There’s a New Art Contest in Maui, So Do Your Part and Make Some Art!

Posted Wed, 02/01/2017 - 11:55

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