Santa Barbara and the Sea: 13,000 Years of Maritime History
Documentary featuring interviews telling stories of S.B.'s connection to the sea, how Channel Island findings changed history, shipwrecks, and almost everything else slightly salty in between. Complimentary DVD with admission. Please RSVP.
When: Friday, Feb. 10, 2012, 7 p.m.
Where: S.B. Maritime Museum, 113 Harbor Wy., #190, Santa Barbara
Age limit: Not available
Categories: Film Screening
Built on more than 25 interviews with historians, scientists, fisherman and Chumash elders, this full-length documentary presents a full historic view of the Santa Barbara Channel. The film explains how findings on our Channel Islands changed the theory of human migration, how determined individuals transformed our city from backwater to boom town, and how a few innovative abalone divers changed the face of commercial diving and the oil industry worldwide. In between are stories of surf, shipwrecks and skullduggery. Although this is a story of the Santa Barbara area, it speaks to our connection to a living environment vastly greater than ourselves, our last remaining wilderness on earth, the sea.
Event posted Feb. 9, 2012
Last updated Feb. 9, 2012