Kids Ocean Day

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Aerial art created in Repulse Bay in Hong Kong with 800 school children organised by Ocean Recovery Alliance and Spectral Q
Aerial art created in Repulse Bay in Hong Kong with 800 school children organised by Ocean Recovery Alliance and Spectral Q
Aerial art created in Repulse Bay in Hong Kong with 800 school children organised by Ocean Recovery Alliance and Spectral Q
Aerial art created in Repulse Bay in Hong Kong with 800 school children organised by Ocean Recovery Alliance and Spectral Q
Kids Ocean Day is a project of The Malibu Foundation for Environmental Education, a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization specializing in school outreach and coastal quality issues. The Malibu Foundation is a Los Angeles City based organization that honors the Malibu name that means: "Where the surf sounds loudly" and "Where the mountains meet the sea." The appreciation of the beaches and oceans is the value that drives the Foundation to outreach to underserved communities in Los Angeles and to get children’s feet and hands in the sand during our annual KIDS OCEAN DAY Adopt-A-Beach Clean-Up.

Kids Ocean Day also occurred in Hong Kong where the experience connects kids to the beaches and oceans and contributes to their appreciation of our shared resources. In Hong Kong, the kids created Human aerial art with the support and leadership of John Quigley of Spectral Q.

Video of Human Aerial Art in Repulse Bay

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