Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland

Just Transitions Artist Residency

Just Transitions Artist Residency

In a collaboration with Lyth Arts Centre in Wick, the MASTS Marine Renewable Energy Forum and People Ocean Planet initiative are supporting artist Morag Currie in a residency through spring and summer 2021, using traditional music techniques to engage public audiences while exploring the topic of marine renewable energy and ‘just transitions’.

Her work titled “Taming Ægir” will premier on the 16th October 2021. 

Join Morag as she performs at Pulteneytown People’s Project at 18:30 – 19:30. Ticket are free and here

This innovative and experimental collaboration will combine culture, community and science, aiming to improve understanding, engagement and conversation around ocean issues and opportunities in local communities. Topics to explore include the coexistence of development and nature, the role of science in our lives and society’s relationship to the ocean and coast.

For more information see Environment Artist in Residence: Morag Currie – Lyth Arts Centre

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