Invisible Dust

London | Tuesday 23 April
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The National – Shore: How We See The Sea

Ullapool 'Chladach' film still, 2018 © Margaret Salmon, courtesy of Invisible Dust.

Our Director and Curator, Alice Sharp speaks to The National about ‘Shore: How We See The Sea’, a multi-arts and science project reflecting Scotland’s coastal communities’ responses to Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). Inspired by the work of marine scientists and the Scottish communities affected by MPAs, Jarman Film Award 2018 nominee Margaret Salmon and community video artist Ed Webb-Ingall have created new films which will tour venues across the country.

Read the whole article.

Find out more about Shore: How We See The Sea.

‘Shore: How We See The Sea’ is curated by Invisible Dust in partnership with Arts Council England, Creative Scotland, Wellcome Trust, SAMS, LUX Scotland, Regional Screen Scotland and COAST. 


  1. Julia Barton says:

    I have set the screening of ‘Shore’ on Oct 22nd in Ullapool in my diary. As an artist who has been working along the Shorelines of the NW coast investigating marine plastic and creating work to draw attention to the need to protect our rich coastal waters over the past 5years, I look forward to seeing Margret Salmon’s film and hearing local residents responses.

  2. Emma Hallam says:

    Hi Julia. Thanks for your comment and we are really pleased that you are interested in the project. Look forward to seeing you in Ullapool. You can find out more about Shore, over on the project website 🙂

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