This time, it’s a painting of the Seashore that the Seasteading Institute is putting on display in an exhibition at the Museum of the Atlantic.
The museum is in the heart of the city’s seaside resort of Atlantic City, which is a place where the Seabees can relax in the sand.
Seabees are a small but growing group of residents, living in the United States and Canada.
They say they want to reclaim the seashore as a place for their own cultural and recreational pursuits.
For now, they are focusing on restoring the Seaside Park and its shoreline, as well as building a new oceanfront townhouse.
The Seasiders also plan to establish an educational institute that will teach about seashores, seabed ecology, and how to live off the land.
The institute is set to open in 2020, and the first building to be constructed in the new townhouse is scheduled to be finished by 2022.
The Seabes are not the only ones who are looking to revive the seaside as a cultural asset.
In 2017, a nonprofit group called the Seacrest Project launched a campaign to revitalize the area around Seascapes Landing.
The goal is to provide an open, walkable space for people to live and work in a manner that minimizes the impact of seasqualls on the area.
The group, which also aims to preserve the area’s marine environment, hopes to use the site as a “natural laboratory” for the next generation of marine biologists and ecologists.
The project has received grants from the U.S. Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation.