Student Art Project displays

in celebration of Earth Day 2011

The Marine Debris Awareness Student Art Project was initiated by the Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawai‘i (B.E.A.C.H.) to help increase awareness in the community of the impacts of marine debris on marine life and the environment, and to inspire actions to reduce and prevent marine debris.

Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawai`i (B.E.A.C.H.) volunteers visited classes giving educational presentations, then students chose an issue that they are most concerned about and created paintings for public display to share their learning with the community.

Aina Haina Public Library
6th - 28th April 2011

Artwork by Gr. 2 students from Haha`ione Elementary School.

5246 Kalanianaole Hwy. map, ph. 377-2456

1pm - 8pm Tues.
10am – 5pm Wed. to Sat.

closed Sun. and Mon.
closed Fri. 22nd April (Easter)
Hawai`i Kai Public Library
4th - 28th April 2011

Artwork by Gr. 2 students from Haha`ione Elementary School.

249 Lunalilo Home Road, ph. 397-5833

12 noon – 7pm Mon.
9am – 5pm Tues. Wed. Thurs. & Sat.
closed Fri. and Sun.
closed Sat. 23rd April (for Easter)

Kaimuki Public Library
5th - 28th April, 2011

Artwork by Gr. 2 students from Haha`ione Elementary School and
Gr. 10-12 Saint Louis High School students.
1041 Koko Head Ave. map, ph. 733-8422

10am – 8pm Mon. & Tues.
10am – 6pm Wed. & Thurs.
10am – 5pm Sun.

closed Fri. and Sat.
closed Sun. 24th April (for Easter)

There is also a Marine Debris Awareness Student Art display at the Hawai`i State Capitol from 18th March - 28th April. For more information click here.


Coral Photograph Credit to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Department of Commerce and Dr. James P. McVey. Dolphins, Japanese Angelfish, Green turtle, and Laysan Albatross photos by James Watt. Humpback whale photo by James Mobeley

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