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The Tide Is High: Where Art and Action Collide

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Great Hall at the South Carolina Aquarium

100 Aquarium Wharf

Charleston, SC 29401

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Can one man’s trash be another’s treasure? Activist artist Aurora Robson focuses on intercepting the waste stream and changing the conversation around plastic pollution. With an estimated 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic in our oceans today, Robson demonstrates how to reuse plastic in sculpture form with Wave, a breathtaking “ring of fire” made from recovered Tide detergent bottles.

Did you know…that Holland Lifelong Learning is pledging to be plastic-free this year? Enjoy complimentary food and refreshments at each session and be sure to BYOWB (bring your own water bottle!)

Lecture 2 of 6 of Holland Lifelong Learning, the South Carolina Aquarium's adult learning series exploring top issues in conservation, research, and science with expert-led discussions geared towards adults.


Thank You To Our Sponsors:

  • Pearlstine Family Fund
  • The Tides Foundation
  • Tom and Kathleen Wright
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Great Hall at the South Carolina Aquarium

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Charleston, SC 29401

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