Mapping Ocean Change

We're thrilled to be hosting the stunning Mapping Ocean Change exhibition in our boat office area from 11 February to 19 March.

Mapping Ocean Change through Art is a project that bridges scientific research into climate-driven changes between Scotland and the Arctic with lived-experience insights into environmental changes that are currently taking place in marine environments and coastal areas.

The exhibition brings together statements from marine biologists, oceanographers and people who live and work in marine and coastal environments around Scotland, artwork by artist Jennifer Argo, and portraits by photographer Daniel Tulloch. The project charts connections between climate-driven changes to the migration routes of marine species, and the effects on local ecosystems, habitats and seabird populations.

The project is supported by the Natural Environment Research Council, in partnership with Creative Carbon Scotland, coordinated by artist Jennifer Argo, in collaboration with marine biologists from Strathclyde University, with impact evaluation guidance from People Ocean Planet.

For more information, visit:


  • 11 February until 19 March
  • Open daily 10am - 5pm (last entry 4pm)
  • Entry is FREE to Seabird Centre Members or Discovery Experience ticket holders.
  • For those wishing to see the exhibition only, we recommend a £5 donation to the Centre, which can be made on arrival.
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Listing and header images copyright Jennifer Argo - Mapping Ocean Change.