Join Sea Shepherd NYC for the "From the Cove to Captivity" photo exhibit on June 28, 2014 from 8 PM to 11 PM at Gristle Tattoo, located at 26 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
We will be joined by special guest Captain Paul Watson, found of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.
The Exhibit is centered around stark and graphic images photographed by Sea Shepherd’s international volunteer Cove Guardians during Operation Infinite Patience. Established in September 2010, Operation Infinite Patience maintains a permanent presence to monitor and report on the cruel drive hunt, captive trade, and slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Japan, which was made famous by the Academy Award-winning documentary, The Cove (2009).
From The Cove to Captivity is Sea Shepherd’s memorial to the many thousands of dolphins who have been brutally slaughtered in the Cove, and our tribute to the thousands who have been stolen from their families and sold into abbreviated lives in captivity. Every ticket purchased to a captive facility supports this ongoing travesty.
Veteran Cove Guardians will also speak about their experiences and why they joined the campaign
$15 at the door.
For more on Operation Infinite Patience and Sea Shepherd’s Cove Guardian program, and to learn how you can support our efforts, please visit: http://www.seashepherd.org/cove-guardians/
We will not stop until the slaughter ends.