Albatross Film & DIY Activities with Transition Berkeley
Thursday | July 12, 2018 | 6:00 pm — 9:00 pm
Fellowship Hall | 1924 Cedar St., Berkeley, CA
Join us for an evening of connection to nature and activities to lessen your impact!
About the film “Albatross”: Artist Chris Jordan visited Midway Island in 2009 to photograph the albatrosses that populate the tiny island in the Pacific, thousands of miles from the nearest continent. Jordan would return time and again to Midway on a wildly challenging eight-year odyssey to tell the story of these remarkable birds. Following his shocking photographs of dead albatross chicks and the diet of plastic that killed them, Chris Jordan’s new film is a call to action to repair our broken relationship with planet Earth. There will be discussion after the film. Parents are advised that this film may not be suitable for young children.
This event is sponsored by: Transition Berkeley, the Ecology Center and Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
Location: Historic Fellowship Hall, 1924 Cedar Street, Berkeley, CA 94709
At Bonita Ave, one block east of MLK Way & three blocks west of Shattuck Ave
Wheelchair accessible via the ramp
Suggested Donation: $5-20 to cover event costs. No one turned away for lack of funds!
Bring: An earth-friendly, package-free dish to share at 6:00 pm if you like!
6-7PM: DIY activities & opportunities
7-9PM: “Albatross” film & discussion
This event is wheelchair accessible.