In episode #31 Monica is talking to Markus Reymann, director & co-founder of Ocean Space.

Ocean Space, located in the church of San Lorenzo in Venice, is a planetary center for exhibitions, research and public programs catalyzing critical ocean literacy, collaborative research, and environmental advocacy through the arts.

Established and led by TBA21–Academy and building on its expansive work over the past ten years, this embassy for the Ocean fosters wonder, engagement, and collective action.We talked about past exhibitions, the history of the church and the new upcoming exhibition!

With Markus we got to talk on how Ocean Space was born and why, about their past exhibitions and their new incredible one and also about the history of the church of San Lorenzo.

Discover the awe-inspiring world of Ocean Space, where art meets science and environmental advocacy takes center stage! Dive into our latest podcast episode as we explore this remarkable planetary center for exhibitions, research, and public programs. Join us in unraveling the wonders of the ocean through critical ocean literacy and collaborative research, all infused with the power of the arts. Immerse yourself in captivating stories that ignite passion for our blue planet. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to expand your knowledge and become an advocate for our oceans. Tune in now and let Ocean Space inspire you to make a difference!

You can find Markus and Ocean Space as https://www.ocean-space.org/   and on all social medias as oceanspaceorg.

I hope you will enjoy our chat!

 

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