The Arts Reflect on Water 

The Arts Reflect on Water 

Taking place at 2nd International Conference ‘Towards a Global Network of Water Museums‘ Town Hall, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands May 14-18 2018 Seminar: The Arts Reflect on Water ABSTRACTS Chairman: Clive Adams INTRODUCTION by Director of the Centre...
Museum of Water in Perth

Museum of Water in Perth

15,000 people visit Amy Sharrocks’ Museum of Water at Perth Festival After almost 2 years of travelling and collecting donations across Western Australia, Museum of Waterat Fremantle Arts Centre was our largest installation ever. With the wonderful Perth...
Swimming as healing?

Swimming as healing?

How swimming lessons change the lives of refugee children When Hanan Elias Abdo looked over the side of the rubber boat into the deep blue sea, she could make out two large shapes, moving at speed. Were those dolphins? Or sharks? “Did you see the fishes?” she shouted...
Sea Change

Sea Change

from Cape Farewell the Sea Change Programme Stewardship and Community Agency on Scotland’s Islands Cape Farewell’s Sea Change (Tionndadh na Mara in Gaelic) is a four-year programme of research and making across Scotland’s western and northern isles. The project began...
Curating the Sea

Curating the Sea

Ecological Vulnerability and the Oceans in Contemporary Exhibitions Saturday 28 April, 2–6pm Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS) South Wing, Wilkins Building UCL, Gower Street At a time when the Natural History Museum, London, has launched a new paradigm of scientific...
Tristan Gooley at Hay

Tristan Gooley at Hay

WILD SIGNS AND STAR PATHS: THE KEYS TO OUR LOST SIXTH SENSE Thursday 31 May 2018, 5.30pm Venue: Oxfam Moot (Hay Festival) The author of the internationally bestselling How to Read Water and The Walker’s Guide to Outdoor Clues and Signs shows how it is possible to...