Our Plastic Waters - From Trash to Treasure

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Title

Our Plastic Waters - From Trash to Treasure

Subject

Ecology projects
Community arts projects

Description

The Our Plastic Waters Raritan River Clean Up and Eco-Art Workshop with Lisa Bagwell was a heartbreaking, but successful event. Over 20 water & earth protectors came together to clean a quarter mile stretch of the banks of the Raritan River and stuck around to make three amazing fish sculptures out of the garbage collected. This project was part of the Water Is Life Exhibit Series. The sculptures made at this program were on display for the opening receptions and then donated to the Borough of Highland Park for permanent display at the town's Environmental Education Center, the location where the sculptures were created.

Creator

Francisco G. Gómez

Date

10-07-2017

Contributor

Lisa Bagwell
Nicole Wines
Paul Sauers
Kira Herzog

Rights

©Raíces Cultural Center

Format

jpeg

Language

en

Type

Still Image

Identifier

20171007_WaterIsLifeCleanup69.jpg

Coverage

Highland Park, NJ, USA

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Original Format

Digital Image

Physical Dimensions

2000 × 1333

Files

20171007_WaterIsLifeCleanup69.jpg

Collection

Citation

Francisco G. Gómez, “Our Plastic Waters - From Trash to Treasure,” Raíces Cultural Center Digital Archive, accessed March 4, 2021, https://raicesculturalcenter.org/digital-archive/items/show/1673.

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