Join us at First Baptist Church after Sunday Service to help create our public art installation! Join the FREE art-making workshop in support of BYOB Beverly in its efforts to reduce single use plastic bag.
Tidal Shift is a community project that communicates the negative impact of plastic bag pollution in our oceans through large scale participatory public art installations.
We create jellyfish from USED plastic bags to understand how marine life mistake plastic bags for food. This leads to the widespread ingestion of harmful plastic by sea creatures.
Tidal Shift will be showcased at Beverly Arts Fest on June 16th. Come for the cause and make a piece of the public art installation!
– Join a workshop + help us make jellyfish from USED plastic bags
– Bring USED plastic bags + your friends of all ages!
– Learn how plastic pollution damages oceans
– See the public art installation you helped create at Arts Fest Beverly!
Join one of our FREE workshops March – May! All jellyfiesh to be included in the installation DUE June 5th, 2018
See our workshop calendar or contact us: Tidal-Shift.org