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Join Oregon's Adventure Coast Geocaching Challenge
By completing the Challenge cachers will receive a Trackable Geocoin made of Myrtlewood, locally made by The Oregon Connection/House of Myrtlewood. The Challenge will be to locate a number of interesting and historical locations by Coordinates throughout Oregon's Adventure Coast and answer specific questions about each location. Pick up your list of coordinates at Oregon Connection.
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Check out the Washed Ashore project...
The "Washed Ashore" project aims to awaken the senses of people around the world to the global marine debris tragedy.
As an antidote to despair, and a way toward change, we pick up ocean plastics from Oregon beaches and make art! Our goal in "Washed Ashore" is to engage the public though creating powerful visual art, film, and music that educates and inspires action.
A feature-length documentary film, with an original score by singer/songwriter Holly Brook, will follow the progression of one community's engagement in collecting beach plastics and creating large-scale sculptures of the sea life most affected by the discarded marine debris.
Angela Pozzi teaching a workshop.
These towering, aesthetically striking sculptures of 'sea trash' will form a touring art exhibit and series of community workshops, as well as be the basis for an environmental arts curriculum.
Community members of all ages are working together to gather the beach plastics and construct the giant sculptures. The project will also create a huge, walk-through Plastic Gyre: a mobile-like room made with sea plastics that inspires contemplation and education about marine debris and the North Pacific Gyre.
The ultimate hope for "Washed Ashore" is global action. To create a stream of events, discussions and awareness that lead to active solutions. We believe that anyone, anywhere can make a difference!
In order for "Washed Ashore" to have a global impact, we are forming partnerships and seeking substantial funding from grants and donations to reach our goals. The project is sponsored by Artula Institute for Arts and Environmental Education, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The Washed Ashore project is designed and directed by artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi. To view her work inspired by the sea, please visit SeathingsArt.com. Angela's work is on display at Art 101, seven miles South of Bandon. Just look for the purple building!
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3225 Beach Loop Drive
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