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Prints for Porpoise

29 May, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 10 June, 2022 @ 6:00 pm NZST

Some superbly salted young creatives across Aotearoa New Zealand have come together with ‘Prints for Porpoise’ this World Ocean Day.

Combining beautiful, hand-selected photographic prints with stunning infographics on our ocean, this project aims to educate & inspire people into action for our oceans. The infographics are designed to sit on your coffee table & be a talking point when people ask about your delicious print. With every print sold, 30%+ of the proceeds will be donated to a local ocean conservation organisation of the creative’s choice – how good!

Aotearoa’s lengthy coastline is embraced by the wild and wondrous Pacific Ocean. While we perch in isolation from land masses afar, we are inextricably connected to the ocean that mixes and mingles beyond arbitrary human boundaries.

We celebrate this day for the ocean with our friends near and afar. Together, we voice our support for amplifying grassroots efforts, indigenous knowledge and methods, and policy action to protect 30% of our world’s land & ocean by 2030.

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29 May, 2022 @ 6:00 pm NZST
10 June, 2022 @ 6:00 pm NZST
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Siobhan O'Connor
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Prints For Porpoise
New Zealand
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An announcement or resource, Taking place virtually, Open to the public, Youth-oriented (25 years or younger), Incorporating the “30x30” theme
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Siobhan O'Connor (whatsibseas)