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A Rush to Study Cuba’s Coral Reefs

Science magazine reports in the May 15, 2015 edition that scientists are hurrying to study Cuba’s coral reefs, eager to gather baseline data from what is considered the healthiest remaining reefs in the Caribbean.  This scientific frenzy is due to 

What Will the Future Hold for Cuba & Their Sustainability Practices?

A partnership of three U.S. foundations, Cross Cultural Journeys Foundation, Ocean Doctor, and The Baum Foundation launched the first-of-its-kind People to People expedition to Cuba today designed to investigate Cuba’s leading examples in conservation and sustainable practices.  Trip leaders will 

Artist Jaimie Warren Community Collaboration Performance Art Opening

“A home-wrecking good time” MAD Museum Artist Jaimie Warren, winner of the 2014 Baum Award for Emerging American Photographer and co-founder of Whoop Dee Doo, showed her most recent community collaboration piece, Flaccid Domesticity, on April 16th at the Museum 

Five Years Later: Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill More Than A Memory

On April 20th, 2010 the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded causing 4.9 million barrels of oil to gush from the seafloor of the Gulf of Mexico for 87 days.  Wildlife photographer, Daniel Beltrá spent two months documenting the event. 

Ocean Doctor’s Cuba Travel Program Selected for “Best Dive” 2015

OUTSIDE, America’s leading active lifestyle brand, has selected Ocean Doctor as an honoree of its annual Best of Travel awards. From newly-revealed travel territories to the best deals, OUTSIDE’s Best of Travel 2015 celebrates the destinations and travel providers that 

Out There – Artist Sean McFarland in Group Exhibition that Explores Cosmic Possibilities

Out There, Plug Project’s most recent exhibition, has expertly intertwined the work of Sean McFarland and five other interdisciplinary artists to explore the possibilities of what may exist beyond what we know. Read more»

BELLA GAIA Music Video – Plus Upcoming Event Featuring Astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison

BELLA GAIA recently announced the release of its new music video, Ocean’s Blood, with an exclusive premier on Scientific American Online.  Ocean’s Blood brings the BELLA GAIA experience to a wider audience, drawing from BELLA GAIA’s live performances to create 

2008 Baum Award Winner, Mike Brodie, Publishes Second Book of Photographs from Train Hopping Youth

This month Baum Award winner Mike Brodie will publish his second book, Tones of Dirt, filled with pages of his signature style – Polaroid photographs from his time as a train hopper. The look into this unique life style and 

SPILL – Striking Images Documenting the Tragedy of the Deepwater Horizon

In 2010, conservation photographer Daniel Beltrá documented the Deepwater Horizon oil rig blowout in the Gulf of Mexico.  The stunning images he captured resulted in SPILL: Images of the Gulf, an unforgettable collection of work that won the Wildlife Photographer 

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