ART4SEA in European Maritime Day 2024, Denmark

Atlantis Consulting showcased the Art4sea project at the European Maritime Day 2024 (EMD2024), held at the SIMAC Academy (Svendborg International Maritime Academy) in Svendborg, Denmark, from May 30th to 31st, 2024. The event was organized by the European Commission, the Municipality of Svendborg, and the Danish Maritime Authority.

European Maritime Day (EMD) is an annual two-day event during which the European maritime community comes together to network, discuss, and outline collective action for maritime affairs, the marine environment, and the sustainable blue economy. Throughout the event, speeches, sessions, and workshops are organized by stakeholders and the European Commission, aimed at professionals from businesses, governments, public agencies, NGOs, and academia, as well as EU citizens interested in the sea.

Visitors to the stand no. 20 had the opportunity to be informed through communication material, such as brochures and posters on the main scope and activities of the ART4SEA project and more specifically about the recent Art4sea Residencies in Alonissos (Greece), and Gozo (Malta), and the upcoming one in Ustica, (Italy), as well as about the 24 artworks, that will be created by the 24 selected artists,  to raise public awareness of ocean degradation and climate change. Moreover, ART4SEA participated in a fruitful roundtable discussion during the workshop “How can Corporate social responsibility (CSR) host & support ocean literacy for all” on 31st of May.

Art4sea is grateful to the EMD organising committee for their warm welcome and support, to the potential collaborators and valued stakeholders who visited the stand.

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