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
For earlier collaborations by year, see drop down menu under Our Projects.
Please check the Blog for new items of science and arts interest.
Meet our Patron: Nigel Helyer aka Dr Sonique
Lynchpin Coordinator: Sue Anderson
Lynchpin – 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.