10 Years of ARTivism – Book Release by PangeaSeed Foundation
On EARTH DAY 2022, the PangeaSeed Foundation celebrated 10 years of the “Sea Walls – Artists for oceans” project with the release of a limited edition book. The book titled SEA CHANGES – A DECADE OF ARTIVISM relives a selection of the 450+ artworks created for the Sea Walls events. Being released on EARTH DAY, a day that the world unites to face environmental issues of all kinds, it seemed only fitting that the celebration of 10 years of art activism in the form of the SEA CHANGES book should see the public release. Based on the actions of their art creation, and non-profit programs, the book serves as a short retrospective of the Sea Walls achievements over the last decade.
Featuring 100 artists, the book not only covers some of the mural highlights from the Sea Walls program but also features original artworks and unique underwater photography by PangeaSeed Foundation founder Tré Packard. The photos, which were taken while in the field for PangeaSeed projects around the world, illuminate and pay homage to the sea life that the PangeaSeed Foundation aims to protect. Set to be an art book for art-lovers, ocean-lovers, and collectors alike, SEA CHANGES – A DECADE OF ARTIVISM will be released for general sale in April 2022. Focusing on the six major issues of ocean health today including plastic pollution, overfishing, and climate change, the book will be in a limited release of 2000 copies which will be accompanied by launch events and book signings in key cities.
10 Years of ARTivism
All images by Tre Packard & Yoshi Yanagita
MontanaCans would like to congratulate the team at the PangeaSeed Foundation for all their efforts and achievements in the last 10 years. We look forward to supporting them in partnership in the future with optimistic anticipation of seeing the artworks their programs create.
Happy 10-year anniversary PangeaSeed!
The PangeaSeed Foundation is an international nonprofit organization acting at the intersection of culture and environmentalism to further the conservation of our oceans through Science, Education, and ARTivism (S.E.A).