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The Whale Guitar Project Presents World Oceans Day Eco-Arts Film Fest at The Cable Car Theater
The Cable Car Cinema
Providence, RI
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About the Eco-Arts Film Festival:
An evening of film, poetry, art, science, actions and live music inspired by oceans, for the sake of preserving living oceans. Featuring musicians playing The Whale Guitar, we'll celebrate our love of the marine environment, learn about the pervasive plastic problem it is facing, discover helpful actions we can practice, and meet local groups we can join and support that are creating positive solutions.
Doors: 5pm for music and exhibition
Film: 7:30 with more performances following!
FREE oysters and Revival Beer, with a big thanks to Don Nguyen and Sean Larkin!

About The Cable Car Cinema & Cafe
This tiny art house theater with its couches and cafe only holds 100 seats! So this will be an intimate, very special event! Special thanks to Daniel and Emily of The Cable Car Cinema for their kindness and support in making this evening a reality!

About the Film:  
"A Plastic Ocean"is a new feature-length adventure documentary that brings to light the consequences of our global disposable lifestyle. Sir David Attenborough calls it "The most important film of our time."
Please view trailer to the left!

Live Music by:
Fisherman and self-described "biology nerd" Eric Shane
with Motif MAgazine's 2017 Music Awards' Favorite Garage Band:
Eric & The Nothing.
    Eric Shane - Vocals & Guitar
    Billy Moretti - Drums & Vocals
    Joe Principe - Bass
Marine biologist/songwriter Jodie Treloar with Stephen Demers
Bluegrass duo Fendrick & Peck perform "Love Songs for Seas"
Emphatic Alt-rockers Bill & Gabi of Silverteeth perform
    "Oceanic"

Poetry by:
Christopher Johnson  
Reza Clifton
Seaspace Landscape performed by
   Seth Tourjee (words) & Emily Dix Thomas (cello).

Shadow Puppetry by:
Bonky Dolls Instant Opera's
   "The Haunting of Buzzard Bay"

Cafe & Sidewalk Exhibition/Interactions:
Artworks by:
Joan Wyand and Scott Lapham
    Sculptures constructed from ocean/waterway debris
Bonnie Combs of Bird Brain Bags: on site sewing of discarded
    bird seed bags into stylish, durable totes
Kate Schapira's Climate Anxiety Counseling
Clean Water Action
Save The Bay
Sierra Club
Microbead Collection
Providence Plastic Bag Ban info

Q & A Panel (following film):
Marine biologist/musician/healer Jodie Treloar
PLUS members of Sierra Club, Clean Water Action and Save The Bay sharing information on Providence Bag Ban and other actions you can take to reduce plastic trash and preserve the life of the ocean and its myriad creatures!

About The Whale Guitar:
Inspired by Melville's great tale "Moby Dick", and born in the creative wellspring that is Providence, The Whale Guitar is a one-of-a-kind electric guitar that is an instrument on a mission! Imagined by designer/guitarist Jen Long, designed by artist/drummer William Schaff and built by luthier/designer/bassist Rachel Rosenkrantz, it has been played and signed by over 100 local and international guitarists to raise awareness and inspire action for the sake of whale and ocean preservation! As Starbuck plead to Ahab "Oh! Ahab, not to late is it, even now, the third day, to desist!" Those words are embroidered across the guitar strap to remind us to change our environmental course while we still have time. Let's do it now!

About ticket prices:
Base ticket price of $20 only covers performers fees and film cost!
The Whale Guitar Project believes in sustaining the marine environment AND the creative environment, both of which sustain, enrich and inspire us all! Therefore, we practice paying our performers at festivals and fundraising events we organize, and our base level proceeds go to them first.  
Since this event will introduce you to several wonderful environmental organizations to donate to, the higher ticket sponsorship levels sustain The Whale Guitar Project itself!
We have print and social media costs to cover, and we would love a little extra to help us plan a whale watch event, classroom events, and produce a professional compilation of local guitarists playing songs for the seas on The Whale Guitar with a portfolio of artworks. All this to expand a growing wave of change.
What's our biggest dream? To create a Whale Guitar tour through inland regions where the wonder of the ocean is as invisible to the inhabitants as the air they inspire, though 70% of each breath's oxygen - even in the middle of a continent - comes from sea vegetation! We want to inspire people to care about that which they inspire! Inspiration X Inspiration! Sea life IS life!
If you love our project, please help us grow by purchasing your tickets at one of the sponsorship levels below! Sized by whales, for your whale-sized hearts! In return you will receive sweet perks, including your very own Whale Guitar concert in your home at the highest level!


NOTE: Currently The Whale Guitar Project is an individual art project of Jen Long. Because it is NOT a 501(3)C, we cannot provide a tax incentive for your donation. We hope you love what we are doing enough to support the project in its current structure, while we navigate the process of becoming a non-profit. Thank you for your consideration!

Please follow The Whale Guitar on Instagram, Facebook and at www.thewhaleguitar.com
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Location

The Cable Car Cinema (View)
204 South Main Street
Providence, RI 02903
United States


Categories

Arts > Performance
Arts > Visual
Film > Festivals
Music > Festivals
Other > Green

Minimum Age: 12
Kid Friendly: Yes!

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Attendees

Aiden P.
Providence, RI United States
Jun 08, 2017 11:58 AM
Tiffany P.
IGT
Providence, RI United States
Jun 08, 2017 11:58 AM
Taitum P.
Providence, RI United States
Jun 08, 2017 11:58 AM
Jon N.
Brown University
Providence, KS United States
Jun 08, 2017 9:16 AM
Julie M.
Attleboro, MA United States
Jun 08, 2017 6:35 AM
Kevin W.
Attleboro, MA United States
Jun 08, 2017 6:35 AM

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