Amid the stress and uncertainty of 2021, Sound Waves is the perfect platform from which to explore the health and well-being benefits of the sea, how people interact with the sea, and how we can protect it for the future through interviews with members of the arts, research, and health communities in Fife.
Tune in to the second Sound Waves episode where your hosts Maddi and Rebecca interview Helen. Helen is By the Seaside's Marketing Officer and Fundraising Co-Lead, and during this episode she talks about her experience with the exhibition in addition to her childhood by the sea.
On this episode, Maddi and Rebecca interview Dr. James Grellier and Dr. Lewis Elliot from the University of Exeter, both of whom were involved in 2020's Blue Health project. Tune in to hear more about the links connecting the sea and human wellness!
In this episode, Maddi and Rebecca interview Carl Harrington, By the Seaside's Collections Manager, about his role in the exhibition. Tune in to hear more!
Join Maddi and Rebecca this week to hear from Phillip Long, the current director at the National Trust for Scotland. Tune into this episode to learn about protecting Scottish heritage, enjoying Scotland's natural beauty, and the accessibility of blue spaces.
In this episode, Maddi and Rebecca interview Mattea Gernentz, By the Seaside's Writer and Interpretation Lead, about the process of creating the exhibition's written content, her seaside memories, and the role of museum spaces. Tune in to hear more!
Join Maddi and Rebecca this week as they converse with the University of St Andrews Sub Aqua Club.
This week, Rebecca and Maddi dialogue with Tim Stojanvoic, a University of St Andrews Lecturer in Sustainable Development and Geography, about his research and human interactions with the sea.
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