March 2011
High Country News;3/7/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p6
An interview with artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi is presented. She cites that directing with the community in making an art product is important in continuing the effort to clean up the beaches. Pozzi states that the process of collecting plastics as part of the beach cleanup involves with hosing down and separating big and small materials. She hopes that the people who have seen her exhibits will consider it as a problem needing attention due to the presence of plastic washing in the shore.


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