Lynchpin – the Ocean Project was developed to encourage arts/ocean science conversations and collaborations that may help bring ocean stories to the wider community in new ways.
Follow ex Oceano – The Making of a Symphony 2012/15 Lynchpin project; CD Booklet available here: exOceanoBookletwebformat
The symphony was part of the international arts contribution for ArtCOP21 – Cultural Programme for Paris Climate 2015.
View Forests of the Sea – the animation 2012 Lynchpin project – winner of the 2016 Peoples Choice award, Species on the Move International Conference Video Competition
Meet our Patron: Nigel Helyer aka Dr Sonique
Lynchpin Coordinator: Sue Anderson
Lynchpin – encouraging arts/ocean science conversations and collaborations
promoting ocean research
What we do
- The Science
- Arts Response
Oceans cover 70% of the planet’s surface and are constantly at work moderating and balancing the biosphere in ways that allow all life to flourish – critical ways we are only just beginning to understand.