POP’s Chris Leakey, wrote an article for the Marine Biological Association (MBA) magazine introducing POP and how behavioural change is critical for our oceans
On the 10th September, POP will be hosting a session at the 150th Challenger Society Conference in London and the team are excited to announce it’s speakers. The session titled How Art-Science Collaborations can Inspire Societal Change will showcase diverse art-science collaborations, reflecting on the collaborative experience and the capacity for art to help communicate, interpret, […]
Michael, one of the Ocean ARTic artists, has been selected for the UN Ocean Decade endorsed programme Artist in Residence by EMB.
On the 18th of May, POP coordinator Dr Chris Leakey presented the work and findings from the Dive In! project led by the University of St Andrews Museums team. POP collaborated with the museums team and researchers from the university Scottish Oceans Institute to produce an interdisciplinary museum exhibition for public engagement in marine science […]
Explore the upcoming workshops the Mapping Ocean Change through Art has to offer to the public.
Short film from POP’s Next Generation Climate Leader showcase selected finalist for Ocean Conservation Award
Short film commissioned by POP selected as finalist for international Ocean Conservation Award by MY HERO film festival.
Performance of “Light Water Is Black Water” to be performed at Queens Hall, Edinburgh in June – tickets available
Tickets now on sale for the live performance on 4th June 2022
This is an educational resource on the important theme of ‘Oceans and Climate Change’.
The 2021 POP lead project ‘Ocean Literacy’ Survey: Coast to Ocean, A Fife-Eye View’ has now had it’s result formally published Frontiers in Marine Science as an open access paper. The paper titled ‘Piloting a Regional Scale Ocean Literacy Survey in Fife‘ uses data gathered by the team by an online survey that was completed […]
After her exclusive performance of Taming Ægir, Morag’s album can now be streamed and performance watched.