Boston Sea Rovers Art Exhibit: Macro to Micro
This year, the Boston Sea Rovers Art Exhibit will showcase the impact plastic is having on our marine world. We are lucky to feature the work of two amazing marine debris artists, Pam Longobardi and Evelyn Rydz, who have both exhibited across the US and the world. When plastic enters the ocean, it may start out as a water bottle, plastic toy, plastic bag or balloon or many other surprising things. It may end up on a beach as a large piece of plastic or it may break down over time into tiny microscopic pieces. This exhibit will take us from larger plastics to smaller micro plastics that are now found on the beaches and in the oceans around the world. Marine plastics have even made their way into the food chain, causing issues for many marine animals and birds and even into human food sources. While the Art Exhibit, Exhibit Hall and Sunday Kids Day are free, tickets are required for Daytime and Saturday Evening Film Festival programs. See our website for all weekend events. Exhibit is open 9am-5pm Saturday, 9:30am-3pm Sunday.