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3 exciting PhD/Research posts on a water project; University of Colonge
Islands, Deltas and the Rising Seas
This blog accompanies a public Google map, and together they form the Severn Estuary Art Atlas (SEAA). SevernEstuaryArtAtlas This aim is to show the location and content of a number of artworks which have been created in and around the Severn Estuary, and to reveal this extraordinary landscape through artworks created with(in) it. Each artwork/project/event/artist has a dedicated page on this blog (see above) and these link to place markers on the accompanying Google map. In some instances a generic placemaker is used on the map for works which are not spatially specific. This project relates to other academic work I have created on the Severn Estuary, tidal landscapes and ‘tidal culture’. (The Breath of the Moon). This work has been developed with the help and support of a number of people. Thanks to Michaela Riser, Natasha Barker, Davina Kirkpatrick, Iain Biggs, Stuart Ballard, Antony Lyons, Suze Adams, Carolyn Black, Penny Somerville (more to follow) SevernEstuaryArtAtlas