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Art Show Raises Thousands

The Sea No Evil Art Show raised more than $95,000 for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.

Roughly 2,000 attendees raised more than $95,000 at Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s fifth annual Sea No Evil Art Show. The record-breaking turnout was filled with art enthusiasts and activists alike as more than 100 pieces of artwork were auctioned off to the highest bidders. In addition to the silent auction, attendees enjoyed musical performances by She Wants Revenge and Michael Rey and The Woebegones, and Sea Shepherd Captain Paul Watson delivered a speech with the rest of the Whale Wars crew behind him in support. Whale Wars, the popular Animal Planet show following the work of Sea Shepherd, is currently in its fourth season.

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