Coming soon…

Posted by Ken Campbell August 30, 2012 3 Comments 1382 views
The premiere of the film Ikkatsu: The Roadless Coast, has been set for November 14th at 7:00pm at the Grand Theatre in Tacoma. Tickets are $7.50 in advance, $9.00 at the door. This exciting documentary details the Ikkatsu Expedition that traveled the Olympic coast this summer, surveying remote beaches and documenting incoming debris from the deadly Japanese tsunami of March, 2011. This film will transport you to one of the most stunningly beautiful places in the world, for a tale of adventure and science that you will remember forever.
Each ticket comes with a chance to win the framed painting shown above, Pacific Coast Light, by Poulsbo artist Todd Fischer. Additional raffle tickets are available as well, $1.00 each or 15 for $10.00. Proceeds from the raffle of the painting will support Surfrider Foundation chapters here in the Northwest as they assist in providing a cleanup response for the debris problem. The artist will be at the event, available to answer questions and sign prints.
There will be a question and answer session as well as a reception following the showing. This is a chance to meet the kayakers who made the trip, to hear about the surveys that were performed and to get information about what is coming up and how you can be involved. The Ikkatsu Project will be conducting classes and workshops throughout the coming year with schools and youth organizations and information will also be available about these activities. 
Ikkatsu: The Roadless Coast is a labor of love about an area that is integral to what makes the Pacific Northwest such an amazing place to live. I hope you will be able to join us for an evening of stories and images from this remote corner of the country.
Tickets for the film and for the raffle can be purchased in advance by mailing a check to:
The Ikkatsu Project
2522 N. Proctor St.
Tacoma, WA 98406
The painting can be viewed at the Azimuth Expeditions shop. Please call with any questions or to reserve your tickets (253)691-7941. Space is limited.

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