Our in situ talks kicked off in late June 2021. Have a look below what's on! Most events are ticketed, but all tickets are free! Once you claimed your free ticket, you will receive an email with the Zoom link for online events and with further details for in-person events. If you have any issues or further questions regarding accessibility, you can contact us directly. Tickets will become available once dates have been finalised. We hope to see you at one of our events soon!

In line with government guidance there usually will not be a cap on attendance of outdoor events. We ask all participants to observe social distancing. We encourage people to wear face masks in situations where a minimum distance of 1m can't be kept and during indoor events.

Upcoming Events

  • St Agnes Seaweed Stories
    Wed, 20 Oct
    20 Oct, 19:00
    Join seaweed sisters artist Jo Polack and marine biologist Angie Gall for a virtual live session of St Agnes Seaweed Stories.
  • Conserving the Bexhill Seashore
    Fri, 22 Oct
    Beulah Hall
    22 Oct, 19:15
    Beulah Hall, Bexhill, Bexhill-on-Sea, UK
    A look at some of the iconic species supported by the Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) of Beachy Head East which the local community campaigned to be established in 2018-19.
  • Salt marshes, coastal management & arts-based research
    25 Oct, 19:00 – 20:30
    Cromer, Cromer, UK
    Scott will introduce the concept of “blue carbon” and talk about the potential that salt marshes have for the capture of carbon as well as for further climate change mitigation. He will then talk about how arts-based research could make participatory processes in coastal management more inclusive.
  • Blue Carbon - Beach Finds - Poetry
    26 Oct, 10:00
    Weybourne, Weybourne, Holt NR25, UK
    Join coastal scientist Scott for a walk along the Norfolk Coast path, learn about the local salt marshes and write some poetry along the way.
  • From the Icy North to the Kent Mudflats
    25 Nov, 19:00
    Join bird experts Rodrigo, who works with puffins on Iceland, and Michael from Birdwise Kent for an insight into the amazing migrations of our wintering birds.