2415 Ave. K
Galveston, Texas 77550
409-770-0722Artist Boat is dedicated to promoting awareness and preservation of coastal margins and the marine environment through the disciplines of the sciences and the arts. To fulfill this mission, Artist Boat promotes collaborations between marine scientists and artists in order to develop the environmental literacy needed for individuals to act as vessels of knowledge, carrying within themselves the talents to:
1) Promote the preservation of fragile ecosystems through environmental education and the arts
2) Utilize the traditional tools of the sciences and the arts in coastal margins and the marine environment to bring people to places of awareness and reflection while visiting these habitats
3) Reflect the immense beauty, wonder and diversity of life contained in coastal margins and the marine environment back to their communities.
This mission is manifested through art and science residencies in communities, the use of vessels and interactions with coastal peoples, hands-on experiences for participants, public art collaborations, symposia and workshops and partnerships designed to promote creative projects.
We provide guided interpretive tours to places of natural significance on Galveston Island and in Galveston Bay via kayak. Discover the estuary guided by biologists & artists, explore the wonders of Galveston Island and Bay in human powered vessels, discover the art of paddling, and express your creative side!!!
Glance at our new Spring, 2009 public calendar for chronological listing, location, & paddling skill level for all trips scheduled from mid-April through June of 2009 at www.artistboat.org! To book a kayak adventure, just call (409) 770-0722, or email email@example.com.
Artist Boat's interpretive staff of certified kayak instructors will lead you to great places via kayak, identify & show native species, teach water coloring techniques, assist you with developing paddling skills, and interpret natural processes.
Galveston Island is rich in historical architecture and natural history. Join us to explore its natural wonders!
This is a non-campus group.
Geographical Scope: Local
Added on 04-10-2009
Updated on 04-10-2009