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Aerial Art Via John Quigley

How can 100,000 children create art, ignite change, and transform our world?

In case you haven’t heard, today is World Oceans Day. While our oceans are important EVERY day, they rarely make the headline news. So how do you get people talking about our oceans when so many issues, politics, and cat memes battles for their attention? Just ask one of the 100,000 plus children that have participated in an aerial art project to inspire #SEACHANGE. These kids have sent an awesome message that if one voice isn’t loud enough to be heard, they’ll join together until it’s too loud to ignore.

Ariel art of California kids coming together to send a message of #SEACHANGE. Photo credit: John Quigley

Aerial art of California kids coming together to send a message of #SEACHANGE. Photo credit: John Quigley

OceanDay.net has partnered with the Malibu Foundation for Environmental Education, California Coastal Commission, Spectral Q Aerial Art, and many others to create a short video called “Art for a Sea Change – World Oceans Day”. The video contains beautiful images of the aerial beach art and is narrated by long time environmental activist Wendie Malick.

Help spread the message of #SEACHANGE by sharing this video on social media. To learn more about the project, click here.

 

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