We are thrilled to announce our partnership with The S.C.R.A.P. Gallery, the art museum for the environment, for the month of July. This collaboration is in support of Zero Plastic July, an initiative dedicated to reducing plastic waste and raising awareness about the impact of plastic pollution on our oceans and waterways.

Plastic Fish Zero Waste Art Contest 2024

Did you know that more than 80% of ocean pollution comes from land-based sources? This pollution finds its way to the seas through runoff, rivers, flood controls, and atmospheric deposition. What we do with our trash directly affects our oceans and waterways, but we can all be part of the solution to plastic pollution.

In partnership with The S.C.R.A.P. Gallery, we invite you to participate in the **Plastic Fish Zero Waste Art Contest 2024. This unique contest aims to spread awareness about plastic pollution by encouraging creativity and resourcefulness.

Contest Details:

– Theme: Create a fish using non-recyclable plastic bits to bring awareness to the issue of plastic pollution.

– Eligibility: The contest is open to all ages and skill levels. Individuals, groups, schools, and families are all encouraged to participate.

– Submission Deadline: Entries are due by Wednesday, July 31, 2024.

– Submission Requirements: Submit the title of the artwork, name(s) of the artist(s), and a photo of your plastic fish to info@scrapgallery.org or drop it off at 68743 Perez Rd. D-16, Cathedral City, CA 92234.

How to Get Involved:

  1. Create Your Plastic Fish: Collect non-recyclable plastic bits and transform them into a fish. Let your creativity shine while spreading an important message.
  2. Submit Your Artwork: Send your fish creation’s details and a photo to the email or address provided.
  3. Spread the Word: Encourage others to participate and share the contest details with your friends, family, and community.

Why Participate?

Participating in the Plastic Fish Zero Waste Art Contest is a fantastic way to get involved in the Zero Plastic July movement. By turning trash into art, you can help raise awareness about plastic pollution and inspire others to take action. Plus, it’s a fun and meaningful activity for individuals, groups, and families.

At UCPIE, we are committed to fostering a more sustainable future and empowering our community to make a positive impact. Join us in this creative initiative and be part of the change we wish to see in the world.

Let’s make July a month of creativity, awareness, and zero plastic waste. We can’t wait to see your incredible plastic fish creations!

For more information and to sign up, visit [The S.C.R.A.P. Gallery’s website](http://scrapgallery.org) or contact us at info@scrapgallery.org.

Together, we can make a difference!