Global Lab: Living for the Sea
with YouthLink Scotland & John Hamilton
As humanity faces an ecological, social, economic and cultural storm, storytellers and communities worldwide are sourcing stories that offer healing and hope. Global Lab offers inspiring examples of creative practice in the arts, education and frontline activism, with the opportunity to share, question and dialogue.
Living for the Sea
YouthLink Scotland is the National Agency for youth work. Over
the last 18 months they have been delivering the National Lottery
Heritage Funded project, On Our Wave Length, which is a youth-led
research project exploring environmental impacts on coastal communities.
Young researchers from across Scotland have been exploring environmental
issues that matter most to them and their communities, whether this be
climate change, pollution, impacts on wildlife, oceans and so on.
The young researchers are sharing their findings through storytelling both nationally and locally to help ensure that their key messages are spread throughout Scotland, hopefully for years to come.
1.30pm: Welcome, Introductions and Presentation
2.45pm: Workshop Sharing and Discussion
How to Book:
This event is on a Pay What You Can model. Please select from the three available options below.
The event will be held on Zoom. During the event all attendees will be on screen and able to communicate via the chat function, or via their video screens.
If you have booked a ticket you will receive an Event Reminder email before start of the performance with your log in details.
Please be aware the presentation parts of this event will be recorded for documentation purposes, not for public showing.
A booking fee of £1 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings. No booking fee is applied to tickets purchased in person from the Scottish Storytelling Centre Box Office.