About Whale of a Time

Whale of a Time is riding the wave of change, promoting successful stewardship of our planet to create a peaceful, morally just, humane and sustainable culture, while ensuring survival of all species and their natural habitats. Whale of a Time organises creative and fun, inspiring and empowering events on environmental issues to encourage active participation living a sustainable lifestyle inspired by a positive attitude. We engage young and old from all walks of life through the Whale of a Time Community, the Whale of a Time Festival and the Whale of a Time Workshop. Our work has been recognised by many national and community and environmental awards schemes.

Whale of a Time Tweats

Friday, 18 July 2008

Whale of a Time @ Inspiral Lounge Feat. Eco-Artists

Sunday, 27th July

2 pm – 7 pm
11:00 pm - 12:30 am Whaledreamers

Inspiral Lounge
250 Camden High Street
London NW1 8QS
Nearest Tube: Camden Town

An exhilarating afternoon of creative fun, alternative music, film and art, aimed at raising awareness of environmental issues, fundraising for the Whale of a Time projects and promoting eco-artists.
Featuring internationally acclaimed specialist
on whale communication
David Rothenberg (New York)
The man who communicates with animals comes to London
exploring an alien intelligence: Whales and their profoundly mysterious sounds.
David produces music by recording whales and their responses to his clarinet.
He's playing at the Royal Opera House in July and we're delighted to present him to you!
Showcasing the talents of English cellist Emily Burridge,
who will be playing music from her forthcoming album
“Bach,Burridge & into the Amazon”,
With special guest Michael Norton,
international leading eco-fundraiser and author of
“365 Ways To Change The World”,
Throughout the afternoon you’ll have the chance to get your hands dirty and creative and
make your favourite animal species in clay at the
"Whale of a Time Species Modelling Workshop"
Get inspiralled by multimedia and performances, healthy living and conscious being.
Bring all your skills, voices, instruments, your sparkly selves and your sparkly friends!
Download the invitation flyer at www.whaleofatime.org/inspiralled.jpg
Have a whale of a time! :)

Marine Connection Exhibition

Recognised internationally for their environmental importance, the Islands of the Outer Hebrides have an abundance of sealife. In view of this, in May 2008 the Marine Connection opened an educational exhibition focusing on dolphins, whales and the marine environment, at Nunton Steadings, Benbecula. The primary objective is to increase both local and visitors knowledge and understanding of these marine mammals which in return will help to encourage protection and enhance enjoyment of their natural habitat.
Further information can be found here