Events(Delayed, Coming Soon) Oceanfest Photography Exhibit and Story Trail

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(Delayed, Coming Soon) Oceanfest Photography Exhibit and Story Trail

All Day
All Branches


This exhibit featuring remarkable pieces from Tacoma's own Oceanfest will be on display at all branches from June 1 through August 13.  Each library's photography exhibit will feature QR codes linking to an audio Story Trail.  Pieces will vary and include work by Annie Crawley, Mike Coots, and David Doubilet.

Annie Crawley is a Seattle diver, underwater photographer and filmmaker. She travels the world, taking incredible shots for science expeditions, conservation and her own campaign "Our Ocean and You." Learn more about Annie's upcoming in-person library presentation!

Mike Coots is a world-renowned advocate for sharks, ocean conservationist, competitive surfer (using a prosthetic limb as a result of an amputation from a life-threatening shark encounter when a teen) and an undersea photographer documents sharks in their world and his own experiences in these remarkable photos

David Doubilet
  As a National Geographic Photographer he has spent five decades exploring and documenting the far corners of the world from beneath interior Africa, remote tropical coral reefs, rich temperate seas and recent projects beneath the polar ice. A contributing editor for several publications and an author of 12 titles including the award winning Water Light Time. His numerous photographic awards include Picture of the Year, BBC Wildlife, Communication Arts and World Press. David is a member of the Academy of Achievement, Royal Photographic Society, International League of Conservation Photographers and International Diving Hall of Fame. David was named a National Geographic Contributing Photographer-in-Residence in 2001.

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