Come out to the Stoked on the Coast Youth Summit, open to middle and high school students, to learn more about the Stoked on the Coast Film Contest and to participate in a filmmaking and storytelling training led by working professionals.
Intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for our planet's natural environment, Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated worldwide on April 22. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network,and celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.
For November's FREE eco movie night, Transition Mar Vista/Venice screens Thea Mercouffer's acclaimed documentary Rock the Boat. The audacious feat of George Wolfe and his fellow paddlers is now inspiring urban river restoration and revitilization. With Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti just back from Washington D.C. to garner support for L.A.
What: The opening of Women Make the World Go Round 2.0, a mixed media art exhibition at the Broadway Art Space (formerly known as WIP Flash). The VIP portion of the evening is just for Heal the Bay members, where guests will enjoy a wine tasting and time spent with the artists whose art is being featured.
In affiliation with Heal the Bay and Kona, Surf Fest at The Crest rides on with the feature film DRIFT on Friday, September 27th followed by a Q&A with Co-Directors Morgan O'Neill and Ben Nott.
DRIFT is a 2013 Australian film about the birth of the surf industry in the 1970s. It was shot in Western Australia and co-directed by Morgan O'Neill and Ben Nott and starring Sam Worthington, Xavier Samuel and Myles Pollard.
Join us at the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium where we will be celebrating with pirate crafts, stories and a special pirate tattoo station. The person who comes in with the best (G-rated) pirate joke will win an opportunity to feed our sharks.