Dates: Tuesday 9 - Sunday 21 April 2019
Venue: Dynamic Earth
Join the Shore project team on Friday 12 April for a presentation of the creative research and responses gathered from artists, marine scientists and those who live, work and care for the sea in the eight tour locations.
Drop in to the final exhibition of the Shore collection reflecting the very real and urgent responsibility communities across Scotland take on in policing and protecting our precious marine environment. Free exhibition open 9-21 April.
12 April event tickets £5 / £3 conc - BOOK HERE
6-8pm, Friday 12 April
Reception & Research Presentation
The distinctive artistic approaches of filmmakers Margaret Salmon and Ed Webb-Ingalls’ to the Invisible Dust’s commission around the impact of MPAs reflect the complex scientific, environmental, economic and social issues involved and has created two significant bodies of research in themselves. Both artists will discuss the in-depth engagement work they each undertook within the limits of the brief.
There will also be a chance to hear the community voices from the tour. Recorded over the last nine months by creative ethnologist Mairi McFadyen of Local Voices, this has created a ‘chain’ conversation across Scotland. Mairi will be at this event to present her findings and share some of the audio recorded in Arran, Barra, Ullapool, Gairloch, Skye and Helmsdale.
Tickets £5 / £3 concessions
Tuesday 9 - Sunday 21 April
Exhibition of the Shore Collection
Complementing this special event, a special Shore exhibition of voices, creative responses and images gathered in each participating community will be on display in the Stratosphere area of Dynamic Earth as part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival programme.
Entrance to the exhibition is FREE