Sunderland University is leading SeaScapes Co/Lab, a two year programme looking at how we can connect with our world and develop sustainable ways to protect and care for our marine environment through art and creativity, led by Dr Suzy O’Hara a digital art curator and researcher.

The programme kicked off with four multi-sensory projects developed through the first Sea AIR (Artists in Residence) programme that focuses on the sounds and natural marine heritage of the sea and coast.

Introducing Suzy O’Hara

Creative Engagement Producer, University of Sunderland As a curator and Research Fellow for the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, University of Sunderland, my research explores critical and interdisciplinary modes of art-making, that challenge perceived distinctions between sites of artistic, economic and knowledge production by brokering new, direct ways of working between them. My practice-led […]