PangeaSeed Foundation has launched a Sea Walls project in Bali, Indonesia. The Sea Walls project features the work of local and international artists in stunning murals that serve to bring a voice to the oceans. The Bali edition is titled “Protect What You Love – Protect Your Island” and features the work of fifteen artists.
The PangeaSeed Foundation family, in collaboration with the good people of TropicaFestival, are pleased to announce, “Protect What You Love • Protect Your Island”, the latest edition of our international public art movement, Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans, and our first public art activation in Bali, Indonesia September 10-17, 2018.
Over a year in the planning, “Protect What You Love • Protect Your Island”, will feature the work of 15 international/regional artists and concerned creatives, all coming together to paint for a purpose and give Bali’s oceans a voice via art and activism (ARTivism).
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Please visit PangeaSeed.org to learn how you can help save our oceans.
Artwork and design by project partners Volcom Indonesia and supporting ARTivist Eric Vozzola (USA)