Whaleback & Sustainability Featured in two editions of Bill Rogers' TV program: Green Screen TV
Episode 11, May 21st, 2011: Bill talks to Dyanna about the Red Eft Project and Whaleback (segment starts at 19min 13sec mark)
Episode 10, May 14th, 2011: Whaleback filmmaker Jerry Monkman talks about his film The Anderson Farm, which opened Whaleback weekend; and Sustainable Portsmouth's Bert Cohen talks about the city's efforts, including our new Little Green Trail!
Whaleback 2011 Festival Poster
[2.4 MB pdf file]
Whaleback column printed in the Sustainability Fair
special section of the Portsmouth Herald, May 2011
Whaleback Festival brings 'green theme' to film and art
article by Charles McMahon, Portsmouth Herald, May 13th
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Port City to host Whaleback Environmental Film & Art Festival
article in Foster's Daily Democrat, May 10th
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Salem Radio Boston Interview
with Dyanna about Whaleback and Sustainability Fair
by Jeanne Denizard Host, Community Spotlight
Whaleback Artists and Art Locations
View Whaleback Art Locations May 13-15, 2011 in a larger map
Four environmental art installations are taking place during Whaleback weekend, at sites scattered across Portsmouth. Visit the Festival page for all the details!
WSCA, Portsmouth Community Radio Station
Whaleback organizer Dyanna Smith, Sustainable Portsmouth's Bert Cohen and Bill Hagerty, and eco-artist Tim Gaudreau chat about the big weekend of the Sustainability Fair on the Environmental Show, hosted by Tim Stone and Judi Matthews on April 14th, 2011.