OceanGybe is excited to be a part of an Ocean Awareness Workshop for BC Family Day. Organised by the Comunity Arts Council of Vancouver, and hosted at the Vancouver Maritime Museum, this FREE interative workshop will be a lot of fun, and open to all ages. It is all about plastic education and awareness, yes!

Dubbed the “Debridement Project” (See definition below), the event includes an artist talk, a presentation by OceanGybe, and participative art making workshop for the whole family! Join us at the Vancouver Maritime Museum on Monday February 11th, from 1-5pm. The CACV project webpage is HERE, and you can link to the event press release HERE.

Debridement (pron.: /dɨˈbridmənt/) is the medical removal of dead, damaged, or infected tissue to improve the healing potential of the remaining healthy tissue. Removal may be surgical, mechanical, chemical,autolytic (self-digestion), and by maggot therapy, where certain species of live maggots selectively eat only necrotic tissue. (Wikipedia)