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This new underwater art show in Santa Monica is BYOS (bring your own snorkel)

An underwater exhibition No plans this weekend? How about some cultural snorkeling? Machine Project, an experiential art non-profit in Los Angeles, is putting on an underwater gallery exhibition in the pool at the Annenberg Community Beach House this weekend. And yeah, it’s recommended you go for a swim to see it, so bring a swimsuit and goggles or a snorkel mask. Visitors will take in the submerged art exhibition from the water, swimming above and around sculptures, videos, photos and more.
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