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A Sea of Glass: Searching for the Blaschka's Models in a Sea at Risk - OPEN TO PUBLIC

April 18, 2017 -
7:30pm to 8:30pm
Hopkins Marine Station, Pacific Grove

Free admission is by reservation only. Call between 8:30am - 5:00pm, Mon-Fri, or RSVP at the FOH web page: http://bit.ly/foh-rsvp RSVP by Friday, 4/14.

An engaging chronicle of discovery that blends glass art, science and nature, A Sea of Glass tells the story of Drew Harvell’s quest to document the conservation status of some of the oceans most charismatic marine animals, from sea slugs to octopuses. Inspired by a 150 year old collection of Blaschka glass animals that she curates at Cornell University,  Harvell dives the world’s oceans to determine how their living counterparts are faring in today’s beleaguered marine ecosystems. In the Hopkins talk, she will recount stories of some of the living matches to the Blaschka glass and their current fate and  show clips from Fragile Legacy, the award-winning video about her quest in the world’s oceans.

Event Sponsor: 
Hopkins Marine Station
Contact Email: 
thalassa@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
(831) 655-6200

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