On September 24 the San Francisco Bay Model will be buzzing with activity. Ocean Plastics artists Judith Selby and Richard Lang will be co-hosting a reception for their beautiful and sobering Beach Plastic artworks show Finding Meaning in the Mess
I’ll be there signing my new book Hear Where We Are: Sound, Ecology, and Sense of Place due out August 31
There will be drinks and snacks from 6pm – 6:50pm, after which the Bay Area American Cetacean Society will be hosting my presentation on whale vocalizations ““Unusual sounds of cetaceans: What could they be saying?”
Activities begin at 6pm
The Bay Model Visitor Center
2100 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965
Because we LOVE the ocean!
We’ll see you there!
Finding Meaning in the Mess:
Since 1999 Judith Selby Lang and Richard Lang have collected more than two tons of plastic trash from 1000 yards of Kehoe Beach along the Point Reyes National Seashore. They have transformed this debris into engaging works of art that raise awareness of the sheer variety and ubiquity of plastic pollution and its impact in delicate marine ecosystems. They keep a blog to track their adventures, to document what they are finding and to record how this one beach has become a pinpoint describing the whole world.