Call for Researchers
Morimaru is a new online platform that aims to bring together artists, scientists and historians who research and make work in response to the North Sea.
Researchers living in the countries flanking the North Sea; Scotland, England, Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden are invited to research projects /excerpts/ writings for publishing on the platform. Following on from website representation may be opportunities to exhibit and collaborate throughout Europe.
Please send biography, research statement and online links to:
Call for Entires
First Deadline: 31st March
A Zine of art made during the current COVID-19 lockdown, published online, every month, until "the end" of this current emergency.
The Wild Islands and Life of Islands Sailing Residencies
Deadline: First come, first accepted
16 - 23rd May 2020
18 – 24th July 2020
Wild Islands - During this residency we will be travelling to the remoter and wilder islands, exploring ‘Islandness’ – the nature of islands and what makes them special, including the unique geology and wildlife that can be found in these wild places. Our voyage north towards Mallaig takes us through some incredible wilderness such as mysterious Loch Moidart with its ruined castle, the Treshnish Isles inhabited only by puffins, and the magical isle of Staffa and Fingal’s Cave.
Life of Islands - The residency will have a greater focus on exploring ashore than most in Sail Britain’s programme, so in addition to some wonderful crossings between islands under sail, expect long evenings to go roaming on land, meeting the local people, or spending time working on personal projects. Nevertheless, this residency will encompass the surrounding seas – a vital component of ‘Islandness’ – and will be an opportunity to experience the ocean first hand in a very intimate way.