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Free Tickets to “Stories of Hope in a Changing Sea” Film & Reception

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What:     Film & Reception: “Stories of Hope in a Changing Sea” 
Who:       MIIS students
When:    Friday, Aug 27th, 5:30-10:00 pm
Where:   Monterey Bay Aquarium

The Center for Ocean Solutions is providing free tickets for 25 MIIS students to attend “Stories of Hope in a Changing Sea” — Film and Reception.

Hosted by Executive Director Julie Packard and the Center for Ocean Solutions’ Executive Director Meg Caldwell, the event kicks off with a keynote by Julie Packard followed by a screening of “180 Degrees South” in the Aquarium’s auditorium.   A reception follows  in “Hot Pink Flamingos,” the Aquarium’s new special exhibition devoted to the impacts of climate change on the oceans. To receive the first-come, first-serve free tickets, MIIS students must register here by Friday, August 20th.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The Film Festival also extends an additional discount (beyond the regular student discount) to MIIS students for a day pass or a full festival pass.  To receive the additional discount when buying tickets here, please contact Lee Spivak for the promotional code at

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