Participants of the 2010 Surf Art Program have finished work on a short film, "Fogtown", which documents their experiences over the course of the program. This film project was headed up by local surfer and artist Maya Hoehne and junior leader/ Surf Art Program 2009 alumni Josh Cullen. They have entered the film into The Seaforth Film and Photo Festival, and we invite you to come see it on the big screen and celebrate the success of this program and the hard work of all involved!
WHEN: Nov 27, Doors open at 7pm with screenings beginning at 8pm.
WHERE: Seaforth Community Hall, 6060 Hwy 207
COST: Free to attend!!
Fancy dress is encouraged for the sheer fun of it, but is certainly not mandatory. There will be nibbles and beverages.
Read on to learn more about the program and watch "Fogtown".
The 2010 Surf Art Program was a 9 day Sea School summer program run in partnership with HRM Recreation (Musquodoboit Harbour, Musquodoboit Valley, and Sheet Harbour) and funded by the 4Cs Foundation. Youth ages 14-18 from Eastern Shore communities shaped and "arted-up" their own surfboards, as well as participated in workshops led by local surf artists and surf lessons with local surf schools.