Join us for the opening of Jack Sierad's Sea Glass Art Exhibtion Saturday, April 2nd at the James Gray Gallery. Jack's work use only hand-picked glass fragments from the Pacific ocean. Each piece contains 4-5,000 individually selected fragments which are manually assembled into unique and beautiful figurative works.
The exhibition will be on displayed through April 24th, with a portion of proceeds to benefit Heal the Bay.
Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm Sunday-Monday, By Appointment
Eat out for the environment and get some FREEdessert too (with the purchase of any entrée, side and drink), when you dine at Native Foods Cafe.Native Foods will donate 25% of their net profits for the ENTIRE dayto Heal the Bay. Make your lunch or dinner a tasty one that counts!
Join us to celebrate the launch of Buy the Bay, a collaborative project that reframes our favorite beach experiences as a line of limited-edition art pieces, include All the Time in the World, The Perfect Wave and Beach Karma.
Come see the new work from artists including Khobe DeLucca, Anthony Ghiglia, Myles McGuinness, Tim Meraz, Eric Nyquist. Elizabeth Saveri and Blessing Yen. Plus, special musical performance by A Fine Frenzy.
aaron chang, gladstones and sbe for a mid-morning delight
Join us as we reveal the latest photographic gallery, with a view at Gladstone's Malibu.
Aaron Chang, Gladstones and sbe are unveiling an installation of Aaron Chang's world-renowned surf photography at Gladstones on November 14 from 11 AM to 2 PM. The installation will showcase Chang's impactful, large format prints capturing waves and epic surf shots from around the world, and a portion of sales of each print will be benefit Heal the Bay.
Surf Story Project Art Show and Fundraiser featuring:
David Lloyd : Alex Weinstein : Damian Fulton : Robb Havassy : Jim Evans : David Pu’U : Ned Evans : Chris Pedersen : Andy Moses : Ben Brough : Timothy Williams : Ron Croci : Charlie Clingman : Peter Pierce :Gomez Bueno
OptimisSport endurance swimming competition featuring a 12.6-mile course, to be held October 16th in Santa Monica Bay from the Manhattan Beach Pier to the Santa Monica Pier.
This is the inaugural year of the OptimisSport Distance Swim Challenge, an open-water endurance swim competition being held in the Santa Monica Bay on October 16, 2010. The competition has been designed to promote active and healthy lifestyles and to raise awareness about protecting water quality in our oceans.
All net proceeds from this event will go to Heal the Bay and other local charities that promote a healthy and active lifestyle, whether teaching us to take better care of our environment or to take better care of our bodies.
About the Event The OptimisSport Distance Swim Challenge will test the limits of some of the world's most highly-skilled endurance athletes—a 12.6-mile swim between Manhattan Beach and the Santa Monica Pier.
For those not ready to conquer the full 12.6 miles, there will be competitions in three other distances: 4.8-miles, 2.4-miles, and 1.2-miles. Teams will be able to compete in an 8-person 12.6-mile relay or a 4-person 4.8-mile relay.