The Scottish Fisheries Museum and the Scottish Seabird Centre have joined forces to create an exciting new exhibition celebrating the spectacular natural history and heritage of the Forth estuary, from past, present and future perspectives. From wildlife to industry and landscapes to human relationships, many of these stories continue to be relevant to our present and will influence our future.
When looking to the future, a key aim was to involve new voices in the debate about how we can protect the Forth’s resources and rich marine environment for generations to come. One way we did this was with the making of the short film Positive Currents | Future Voices.
In this blog post, we reflect on how the film was created, how we have worked with young people from Youth Space Fife, and what happens next as the exhibition moves across to the Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick.
Read the Blog here: Blog post 3 Future Voices
See the film here: Positive Currents | Future Voices