St. Thomas, USVI

November 7-12, 2022

Sea Walls St. Thomas

We are excited to be returning to the U.S. Virgin Islands. Following our 2019 project on St. Croix, this will be the second Sea Walls activation to take place in the Territory.

In November 2022, we will create 10+ ocean advocacy murals and host various public events to increase interest and engagement in marine stewardship.

Beyond the curation of purposeful, ocean-themed environmental public art, Sea Walls St. Thomas will feature weeklong public programming designed to help facilitate an ongoing
relationship between the St. Thomas community, the murals, and their environment. Activities
such as youth outreach, beach cleanups, mural walking tours, and a film screening will
make it a well-rounded experience for all ages.

 


Call for Local Artists

If you are a local St. Thomas visual artist interested in participating in this project as a muralist, please send an email to seawallsstthomas@pangeaseed.org with the following information.

  • Name
  • Contact information
  • Artwork portfolio with examples of your previous murals (e.g. your website, social media profile, image files)
  • Statement of interest (why would you like to participate in Sea Walls St. Thomas and a brief explanation of your mural painting experience)

Incomplete submissions will not be considered.

10

Artists

will come together to paint for a purpose, including local St. Thomas artists

10

Murals

will be painted across the island over the span of 10 days

1

Mission

to help create positive action for our oceans through ARTivism

More About Sea Walls St. Thomas

The project is being curated with the expert advice of team members Howard Forbes and Jarvon Stout from the University of the Virgin Islands to ensure relevancy to the local community and context.

Issues addressed by the murals will include the proliferation of sargassum, plastic pollution, ocean acidification, warming seas, local biodiversity loss, environmental justice, and more.

Leatherback Brewing Company will act as the project’s headquarters, where residents and visitors can pick up mural walking maps, obtain more information on the event, and take part in public programming.

 

Support Sea Walls St. Thomas

Across the globe, our Sea Walls projects have a grassroots spirit and are made possible by local communities and businesses coming together to support a common cause.

You too can be a part of this movement by supporting this groundbreaking project through a donation, becoming an official sponsor, or providing a mural site to be painted.

For more information, please contact Sea Walls St. Thomas Project Director Marisa Lopez at marisa@pangeaseed.org.

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Marisa Lopez

Project Director

Jerah Coviello

Event Coordinator

Howard Forbes

Advisor

Jarvon Stout

Advisor

Summer Benjamin

Youth Ambassador

Tre' Packard

Executive Director, PangeaSeed Foundation

Akira Biondo

Director of Operations, PangeaSeed Foundation