SymbioSEAS | Connecting Science, Education, Art & Society through Coral Reefs is a locally-based art exhibit co-sponsored by HIMB that brings global awareness to the health & rehabilitation of oceans and coral reefs. This exhibit bridges the gap between science and art, highlighting the similarities in the process and extending the research into a visually digestible product for broader audiences. SymbioSEAS connects people on aesthetic and informative levels about the oceans and specifically Hawaiian Coral Reef communities through a blend of science and art across multiple scales, from microscopic (the individual coral life cycles, plankton, symbioses) to Pacific Ocean wide (aerial footage of reefs, reef biodiversity, macrofauna, interdependence).
AN EXHIBIT OF SCIENCE & ART
MARCH 1 TO 30, 2019
THE ARTS AT MARKS GARAGE
1159 NUUANU AVENUE
HONOLULU, HI 96817
Friday, March 1st, 6-10pm
Join us for the SymbioSEAS opening! Festivities will include a docent tour of the gallery and live performances.
Cost: Free and open to the public