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Surfing Heritage Foundation Rolls Out Three New Events

First up, the opening screening of their Outdoor Summer Film Series – presented by Rainbow Sandals & SHF….

Sipping Jetstreams

Saturday, June 9th. Doors open at 7pm, movie screens approx. 8:30pm.

This is a beautiful travel log featuring exotic locations from Egypt to Greece, Italy to the Caribbean and Cuba to Japan. Starring Slater, Andy & Bruce Irons, Rasta, Dane Reynolds, Donavon, Ozzie Wright, Shane Dorian, Dan Malloy and more. Tickets are still available, please come and join us for the premiere of this year’s outdoor film series and the first showing of this movie on the ‘Big Screen’.

This evening sponsored by Koniakowsky Art of the Ocean. With additional support from Modern Postcard & Big Red Productions.

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Book Release Party

Surfline’s World Wide Waves Volume 1: “Jeffreys Bay – Down the Line at the World’s Best Pointbreak” book launch will be taking place at 6pm on Saturday June 16th in Irvine at Billabong.

Join authors Marcus Sanders and Kimball Taylor, along with legendary surfers Shaun Tomson and Marc Occhiluppo for a special evening. Come support guest speaker SHF Founder Dick Metz, the first international surfer to ride Jeffreys Bay.

This is a rare opportunity for the public to view historical items from Jeffreys Bay as well as an impressive collection of historic surfboards, watch a screening of ‘The Pure Line – the Story of Jeffreys Bay’ and enjoy dinner & drinks. Specially priced tickets just made available.

A portion of the proceeds from the event will go to benefit the Surfing Heritage Foundation For more information or to purchase tickets go to

Heart and Torch

Rick Griffin’s Transcendence – June 24 – Sept 30, 2007 at the Laguna Art Museum

This is the artist’s first major retrospective and solo museum exhibition. This exhibit includes some 140 paintings, drawings, posters, album covers, and artifacts, and surveys thirty years of Griffin’s work from the 1960s until his death in 1991.

The accompanying 156-page catalogue, published in association with Gingko Press, is the first publication to address Griffin’s impact on the surf, psychedelic rock, and born-again Christian movements.

Laguna Art Museum · 307 Cliff Drive · Laguna Beach, CA 92651 · 949.494.8971

Please visit for information on the following Griffin Lecture Series.

Sun, June 24, 2007 – Psychedelic Moment: The Big Five and Zap Comix in the 1960s

Sun, July 15, 2007 – Chronicles of a Subculture: Rick Griffin, Murphy, and Surfer Magazine

Sun, Aug 19, 2007 – Typographical Transcendence: Tales from the Griffin Vault

Sun, Sept 16, 2007 – Evangelism, Music, Art, and Visual Faith: A Confluence in the Art of Rick Griffin


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