Workshops

Tidal Shift workshops are a combination of plastic pollution/marine debris education and art-making, hosted by staff members at Salem Public Space Project, Salem Sound Coastwatch, and Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs. Please CONTACT US if you would like to host a workshop!

coming soon!

beverly MA

Coming soon to a Beverly school or business near you!

 

Past Workshops

beverly Ma workshops

Tidal Shift workshops at Coast to Coast Paddle, Chive Events, Cabot Street Books, Ladies Entrance Art Studio, and the weekly Monday workshops at Waring School Downtown – a big thank you to all of our wonderful hosts!

Flatrocks Gallery, Gloucester MA

Participants create used plastic bag jellyfish inside the gallery during the “In the Deep” exhibit.

PEM/PM ARTOPIA! Salem MA

The PEM was full of community art and we were glad to be a part of it! See more at Creative Salem

photos by Creative Salem

 

Collins Middle School

We had a wonderful workshop at Collins Middle School. We learned making tactile jellyfish from plastic bags is a great art-making activity for all students. We were asked to come back in the spring for another session!

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Jellyfish Hat!

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Tentacles!

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The Phoenix School

Thank you Phoenix School for helping us improve the How-To Guide and helping pioneer the workshops!

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Learning to braid!

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Transforming single-use plastic bags

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Salem Sound Coast Watch teaching table: how plastic hinders birds feeding

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