Join in on Sunday, September 30, 2012 2pm - 3:30pm!
Local environmental artist Zach Pine has refined his technique for making globes of sand over the past 13 years, and has taught hundreds of people how to make globes. In five minutes he can teach the basic technique; it usually takes beginners about ten minutes to make a grapefruit-sized globe. The globes have an evocative "planetary" quality, and the process of making them feels great.
At this event, Pine will teach everyone in sight to make sand globes (and encourage them to teach others!) Then, as in all his collaborative art-with-nature events, the groups will create a spontaneously evolving art installation on the beach. Some people will make moving creations with people and globes. Non-globe creativity involving sand and people is also encouraged of course!
Arrive anytime and join in.
More information on the event webpage.
This is a Samavesha Community Program event.
There is also a Facebook event page (RSVP optional).
NOTE: This is an off-leash dog beach.