This winter, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh in partnership with Cape Farewell presents an exhibition and events programme relating to the Sea Change project.
First launched in 2010, Sea Change is a four-year project that brings together artists and scientists to investigate the relationship between people, place and resources, and what it means to care for one’s ‘place’ in the context of climate change.
The exhibition, which gathers for the first time the work resulting from voyages around the Western and Northern Isles of Scotland, runs from 8 November 2013 to 26 January 2014 at the John Hope Gateway.
SEA CHANGE is supported by Creative Scotland, Arts Council England, Compton Foundation, Lighthouse Foundation, the Bromley Trust, Esperamos Films, Edinburgh College of Art and Jon and Nora Lee Sedmak. Find out more about the project, and the artists and scientists involved, at www.capefarewell.com/seachange
Events in Sea Change
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Fri 8 Nov 2013 — Sun 26 Jan 2014
Showcasing work resulting from Cape Farewell's Sea Change project around Scotland's Western and Northern isles, this exhibition combines films, glass, textiles, printmaking and multimedia works.