Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Blue Economy (CoE-SUBE) presented an artistic event under the title “A stranger named Mare”

In the framework of WP4 – Stakeholder Dialogue, of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Blue Economy (CoE-SUBE), a first artistic event under the title “A stranger named Mare” was held on the 21 of May 2024 in Casa Tartini, in the city of Piran, Slovenia. The event consisted of a show in the format of narrative dedicated to citizens of all ages, where scientists and researchers are reading literary passages, interpreted in a new scientific and ecological key, accompanied by music and art.

The narratives are the following:

  1. Reading taken from: “Fishing” by Vittorio G. Rossi
    Scientific theme: Fishing
  2. Reading taken from: “Lions of Sicily” by Stefania Auci
    Scientific theme: Salt
  3. Reading taken from: “The Workers of the Sea” by Victor Hugo
    Scientific theme: Communication
  4. Reading taken from: “The Fifth Day of Frank Schaetzing”
    Scientific theme: The Tsunami
  5. Reading taken from: “My Father, the Admiral” by Fernando Colombo
    Scientific theme: The great discoveries

The event was attended by a total of 60 people, including the participation of secondary schools, Science and Research Centre Koper, Municipality of Piran, Casa Tartini and EMUNI staff. The event was co-organized with Marevivo FVG and the National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics OGS.