Photo Brief: Art By the Sea

MARINE LIFE MATTERS: Two Portuguese Men-of-War, a marine invertebrate related to jellyfish, float in a touch tank on South Point, Miami Beach on Saturday. The touch tank was part of Art by the Sea, a free event sponsored by The Big Blue and You. The Big Blue and You is a non-profit organization started by University of Miami alumna Danielle Washington after she received a grant from the ROXY Follow Your Heart Tour competition. She started the foundation to spread awareness about the problems surrounding the oceans by educating youth. Art by the Sea was open to the entire community and included activities such as surfing lessons, recycled art projects, drumming and dancing, educational touch tanks and an eco-friendly fashion show organized by high school students. Katie Sikora // The Miami Hurricane

February 6, 2011


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