The premiere of the ecological-educational play “Seafood Rebellion”.

Datum objave: 16. October, 2019.

On Sunday, October 13, 2019, at 18:00, the Seafood Rebellion took place in the Žut cinema movie theatre in Murter, designed as part of the “SEA-Paintable – Sustainable Development Education Project” project. “Fisheries and Gastronomy” was implemented by LAGUR Galeb in partnership with Argonaut Association, Šibenik School of Tourism and Hospitality and the Split Institute of Oceanic Science and Fisheries (IZOR).

The script is authored by Sergej Mioč, a Šibenik-based playwright and director of the Virko Theater. The game aimed to educate children humorously and informally about fish resources and marine pollution issues, and to encourage them to think and actively contribute to environmental protection. The play was played by the actors of the Virko Theater, and the play itself and IZOR staff gave a brief introductory lesson to introduce children to the theme of the play, and representatives of partner organizations presented what they were doing. These were related to the marine protection environment.

Since the issue of marine conservation and protection of marine organisms has been addressed for all generations, we have invited all children and parents, small and large, to participate in the play. Admission is free and this demonstration stressed the problem of marine pollution and tried to encourage each individual to make a small but significant contribution to cleaner seas.

The “SEA-stainability” project is co-financed by the Office for Associations of the Government of the Republic of Croatia as part of the Croatian-Swiss Cooperation Program.

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