Author: Nathan Akrill

We are on our way to planning our next Creative Coast Forum event in partnership with the University of Exeter: Arts, Science and Environment.

It will be held on September 10th at the University of Exeter, and will pose the question ‘how can artists and scientists work together to improve the management of naturally designated sites such as the Jurassic Coast’ to artists, scientists, policy makers and delegates, illustrated by some of the outstanding creative projects that are delivery partners of Creative Coast 2012.

We are very excited that Professor Deborah Dixon will be the keynote speaker.  Deborah is part of a NSF-AHRC funded US-UK team researching ‘Art-science collaborations: Bodies and Environments’.  We are also thrilled that BBC Radio 4’s presenter of Material World, Quentin Cooper will chair the debate in the afternoon.

It is shaping up to be a stimulating day which will celebrate and share the learning and hard work that so many people have put into this project over the last four years.  If you are interested in joining us, please register at

Daisy Sutcliffe, Creative Coast 2012 Coordinator.

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