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#UNWorldOceansDay: Art for the Ocean

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

This webinar brings together creative practitioners to discuss the means by which art can transfer knowledge, democratise international debates and transcend dogmatic policy implementation.

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Reflections on engaged, transdisciplinary creative research practice

Dr Anna James

Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa

This blog looks at Lalela uLwandle play - an initiative that focuses on 3 stories from characters with historically, culturally, and spiritually varied locations, in close relationship to the ocean.

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Artfully Sustaining the Sea

Dr Lisa McDonald

One Ocean Hub, University of Strathclyde, UK

How can art, in all its forms, communicate inherent bonds with the sea that are often overlooked in conventional approaches to marine science and governance?

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Surfacing emotional connections with the sea: DEEP Fund Projects update, South Africa

Dr Lisa McDonald

One Ocean Hub, Glasgow School of Art

Despite the challenges Covid continues to pose around the globe, the Hub is thrilled to share the impressive progress being made by our DEEP Fund projects in South Africa, Ghana and the South Pacific

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Climate-Related Conflict: Arts-Based Mediation and Recourse to Redress

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

A short animation film titled Indlela yokuphila (“The soul’s journey”) made by artists, traditional healers, marine sociologists, and deep-sea marine ecologists.

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Exploring Law, conflict, and mediation at the Ocean-Climate Nexus

Bernadette Snow

One Ocean Hub, University of Strathclyde, UK

This blog post summarizes the key messages arising from two COP26 side events, focussed, respectively, on law and governance and on conflict and mediation.

Art Exhibitions

Ocean Decade Exhibition

The Ocean Agency

The Ocean Decade Exhibition aims to transform the image of the ocean science and conservation.