The Lonely Whale Foundation will serve as a home for ocean health awareness through accessible conversation and education.
Adrian Grenier announced the launch of his new initiative, The Lonely Whale Foundation and attendees were also given the chance to try an interactive oceanic virtual reality experience – “Cry Out: The Lonely Whale Experience.” Dell hosted an event during Art Basel Miami Beach featuring an oceanic art gallery (“A Response to Our Oceans”).
Adrian Grenier, along with Producer Lucy Sumner and Director Josh Zeman, launched the foundation to serve as a home for ocean health awareness.
The evening included a DJ set by Wild Belle and a conversation on “The New Renaissance: How Technology is Changing Art Today” with Adrian Grenier, Kendel Shore (Kickstarter), Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic (Artist), Karen Wong and Matt Randall.
The project first began as a focus on the 52 Hertz Whale, a whale that has spent its entire life in solitude – resulting in feature film 52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale, produced by entertainment and media company Alldayeveryday and Reckless Productions. The team behind the film realized a need to transform the positivity generated by 52 into something greater with real, tangible results.
For more information on The Lonely Whale Foundation launch, please visit www.lonelywhale.org.