Water Wednesdays Webinar Series
November 18, 2020

Join us for Bow Seat’s new Water Wednesdays Webinar Series! Meet and learn from artists, scientists, community leaders, and activists working at the intersection of water and climate, health, justice, and culture. This monthly educational series dives into complex water issues around the globe, and offers opportunities to explore actions we can all take to rise up and protect water resources.

Unless otherwise noted, all webinars will take place LIVE at 7 PM EST / 4 PM PST. Recordings will be shared and posted after the event. View all recordings >

Registration is free, but required to attend the live webinar!

October 28, 2020: Learn about Watersheds through Your Water Journey
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How do you relate to water? In the first of our Water Wednesdays Webinar Series, Emily Flaherty of Salem Sound Coastwatch will help you identify your watershed and learn why that’s important. No matter where you live on planet Earth, you live in a watershed and are intimately connected to the ocean. Begin your water journey where you are now and see where it leads you.

About Our Featured Speaker:
Emily is the School to Sea Director at Salem Sound Coastwatch. Working in an urban watershed, Emily shares conservation work through education programming and citizen science efforts. She is currently working on a degree on “Science in a Changing World,” considering our impact on Earth and what conservation means.

November 18, 2020: A Drop of Paint, an Ocean of Change
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We all know that a picture is worth a thousand words. At PangeaSeed Foundation, it is much more than a phrase—it lies at the very core of the organization’s mission to give our oceans a voice through ARTivism. Through the Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans program, they have painted 400+ ocean advocacy murals, inspiring communities in 17 countries worldwide. Join us for a lively conversation about the power of art to transform our minds and redefine our relationship with the natural world.

About Our Featured Speaker:
Akira Biondo, originally from Switzerland, is the Director of Operations at PangeaSeed Foundation and a co-founder of the Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans program. Her passion for the environment stems from her extensive travels across the globe and experiencing first-hand humanity’s impact on the planet. With a background in Sustainability Studies and Cultural Anthropology, she believes that protecting our home planet for future generations requires an interdisciplinary approach that includes the arts, creative problem-thinking, and the voices of all people.

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Water Wednesdays Webinar Series