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Ocean Fest 2023: One Shared Future

This World Oceans Day happening on 8 June 2023, learn how everyone can contribute to marine conservation at S.E.A. Aquarium’s Ocean Fest 2023: One Shared Future. The event invites visitors to examine the interdependence between humans and oceans through the lens of marine life affected by human activity.
Step into a possible future of a dystopic ocean with the Eyes On Our Oceans photo exhibition in S.E.A. Aquarium. The photographs curated from The Ocean Agency – an international non-profit organisation dedicated to marine conservation – touch on a variety of topics, such as ocean diversity, responsible fishing and marine debris.
The impact of human behavior on oceans is also reimagined through thought-provoking art installations by local artists Victor Emmanuel and Stellah Lim in Bold Beauty. Victor Emmanuel’s ‘Cumulative’ is a progressive four-part series of sculptures which showcases the many ways that an organism is affected by single use plastics and microplastics, while ‘Mistaken Identity’ by Stellah Lim is a demonstration of how single-use plastics are recycled and manipulated to resemble marine animals.
In Once Upon A Tide at Ocean Dome, be transported into tales of a fisherman’s greed and a brave crab through video stories by celebrated storyteller Kamini Ramachandran. Drawing inspiration from her repertoire, Kamini’s stories are a reminder to treasure oceans and their resources.

Ocean Fest 2023: One Shared Future is included in regular admission to S.E.A. Aquarium.

Tickets retail from S$43/Adult and S$32/Child.

For more information on the event, visit: www.rwsentosa.com/oceanfest.


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