Sustainable Coastlines has partnered with Phoenix Organics on The Love Project, a project to find out which coasts we love the most. People across the country have voted for their favourite beach, and the soon-to-be-announced winner will receive a clean-up from our crew this summer.
Earlier this year, artists Mica Still, Meghan Geliza and Mulga worked to craft limited edition Love Project labels for the Phoenix Organics drinks range. Now that the project is in its final weeks, we want to show off the artists and their masterpieces and give you one last chance to cast your votes.
This Saturday 8 November, from 12 noon to 4pm, The Love Project comes to central Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter, outside Silo 6. Get on down to visit the Sustainable Coastlines and Phoenix Organics crew and watch artists Mica Still and Meghan Geliza create epic, large scale versions of their artworks onto upcycled artboards, made with love from old wooden shipping pallets.
While you’re witnessing the live art show, explore Sustainable Coastlines’ Education Station, learn more about looking after the places we love, and try your hand at our popular ‘Chocolate Fishing’ game. This is also one of your last chances to vote for a clean-up of your favourite stretch of sand on our purpose-built Love Project beach map.
Phoenix will be providing organic refreshments and spot prizes throughout the event, and our friends from George FM will be there with sweet beats all afternoon. We’ll even bring the bean bags, so come down and lounge around in the wonderful surrounds of the Wynyard Quarter.