We want to spend more time traveling and making things this year so we have decided to close the shop.
Our last day of Low Tiding is Wednesday, January 15th.
Thank you for all the good times!
your intertidal friends forever,
A waterfront caroling event at the Low Tide Club featuring traditional wintery tunes from America, the British Isles, and Eastern Europe.
We are super excited to announce that on Saturday, October 26th from 7-9 p.m. 3 Fish Studios is having an art opening at the Low Tide Club!
Live music by Hernandez Hideway
Then on Sunday, October 27th, from 12-5 p.m. come visit the Low Tide Club’s pop-up shop at the Headlands Center for the Arts Fall Open House & Picnic (click for schedule).
Joy Turrini from the Low Tide Club and Eric Rewitzer from 3 Fish Studios
Matt Turrini from the Low Tide Club and James Tucker from Aesthetic Union
We are truly excited to share the artwork of Ellen Little with you!
Ellen Little is a San Francisco based artist working mostly in large format watercolors. Her art draws from nature to explore the impermanence and beauty of life, where birth, aging and death are intertwined and nothing remains constant.
Saturday, September 28
First Letterpress Party at the Low Tide Club on Friday, July 5, with music by El Cajon!
5:30 p.m. reception starts
6:30 p.m. letterpress demo
7:30 p.m. music by El Cajon
Please join us this Saturday, June 8, to celebrate sharks and all ocean life!
7 p.m. Swim for Sharks film and presentation by David McGuire, Director Shark Stewards; Research Associate, The California Academy of Sciences
Celebration of sharks and all ocean life this Saturday, June 8, 6:30-8:30 p.m.! Shark film and presentation at 7 p.m., music to follow.
We are excited to announce our first Sea Turtle Show benefiting the Sea Turtle Restoration Project!
On Saturday, May 18, the Low Tide Club will be filled with sea turtle inspired art and wares by local artists and craft makers.
Please come by between 4-6 p.m. for a presentation by Alex Hearn, Ph.D., Conservation Science Director for the Sea Turtle Restoration Project.
Dr. Alex Hearn is a marine biologist specializing in the study of the movements of migratory sharks, fishes and sea turtles with a strong focus on conservation. He joined the nonprofit Turtle Island Restoration Network as Director of Conservation Science program earlier this year. (The Sea Turtle Restoration Project is a conservation initiative of Turtle Island.) Previously he worked at the University of California, Davis and with the Charles Darwin Foundation at the Galapagos Islands, as Coordinator of Fisheries Research from 2002-2008. His research has been featured in a number of documentaries, including the recent David Attenborough’s Galapagos in 3D, and the 10-part third season of Shark Men. A new documentary featuring his research on the migration of pregnant whale sharks, “Galapagos – Realm of the Giants” is due for release in 2013. Dr. Hearn is a graduate of the Oceanography Dept at Southampton University, UK. He obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees at Heriot-Watt University, based in the Orkney Islands to the north of the Scottish mainland.