Join Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs on October 27 at 4 PM ET to hear from Em and Kevin about the creation of The Inspirer and to learn about the power of positive storytelling. This kickoff webinar of the '22-'23 Deep Dive Series is free to join. If you can't make it, register anyways and we will send you a recording for later viewing.
Have you considered using Spoken Word as a form of activism and self-expression? Did you know that Bow Seat offers the Voice of the Sea Award to students who submit spoken word poetry to the 2022 Ocean Awareness Contest? Join Sisterhood(verb), Inc’s founder and Voice of the Sea Award advisor Tayllor Johnson as she talks to 2022 Future Blue Youth Council member and 2020 Contest Gold Award winner Nuan Ning Teioh about the power of spoken word poetry for advocacy.
How are you feeling about the future of the planet? Join Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs for this free webinar where we'll share tools and mindset approaches as well as solutions journalism sources to help move beyond the disempowerment of doom and gloom towards solutions-based climate hope.
Join Bow Seat for the newest edition of our Deep Dives Series featuring the Hip Hop M.D., Maynard Okereke. Learn about Maynard’s journey from civil engineer to science entertainer and how he bridges the gap between music, entertainment, and science to invite more diverse voices into S.T.E.M. fields.
Join Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs for a free webinar in our monthly Deep Dive Series to explore how humorous cartoons can make environmental issues more accessible for all audiences. Hanji Chang and Andy O’Brien, co-founders of Puckerbrush Animation and Film judges for our Ocean Awareness Contest, will be sharing some of their work as visual storytellers, comedians, and animators passionate about protecting our blue planet.
Join Bow Seat for our first virtual event of our new Deep Dive Series: a participatory introduction to climate comedy with Inside the Greenhouse Co-Founder and Co-Director Beth Osnes, PhD, and University of Colorado at Boulder graduate student Ben Stasny that will include fun warm-up exercises, examples of climate comedy, activities, and the creation of brief climate comedy skits.
Since 2015, South Africa has experienced an extreme drought, leaving members of the community with water restrictions. Join Marisa Maré, art teacher at Bridge House Independent School and Bow Seat Educator Innovation Award winner, as she shares how she uses art to engage her students in water conservation.
The Voice of the Sea Award for Spoken Word Poetry entries in Bow Seat’s Ocean Awareness Contest has created a buzz for all things spoken word. Want to use your voice to speak up for water but don’t know where to start? Tayllor Johnson, spoken word artist, writer, and performer is here to help! In this introductory workshop you will learn the history, basics, and joy of writing a spoken word poem. You will have a chance to write your own and share it. The stage is yours!
Join Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs on Thursday, March 25th at 7 PM EDT / 4 PM PDT for a free webinar with artists, writers, performers, and activists about how we can harness our creative energies to tell the water stories that need to be heard. Learn how the arts can be used as an advocacy tool for change and empowerment, especially to protect the sacred element that connects us all.
Join us on Wednesday, February 17th at 7 PM EST / 4 PM PST for a special performance by and conversation with poets Tayllor Johnson and Ade Davis about the power of spoken word, activism, and arts education for young people finding their voice and place to create a more just and sustainable world.