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DIARY ALERT – MEDIA PREVIEW – 2023 Ocean Photographer of the Year exhibition

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MEDIA PREVIEW

Thursday, 16 November 2023
12.30pm - 2pm
NOTE TIME CHANGE
2 Murray Street Pyrmont

Talent

  • Jialing Cai, Ocean Photographer of the Year
  • Will Harrison, Founder and Editorial Director, Oceanographic

See over 100 images from the world’s best ocean photographers in a world first exhibition.

Opens to the public Friday, November 17.

The 2023 Ocean Photographer of the Year is macro and blackwater photographic specialist Jialing Cai from Chongqing, China.

Jialing is currently studying Evolutionary Biology at Columbia University in New York.

Parking available.

To attend please contact:

Steve Riethoff
E:  steve.riethoff@sea.museum m: 0417 047 837

 

 

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