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Posted: 15 April, 2019

Dublin School of Creative Arts Lecturer, Glenn Loughran, is currently on a research secondment in the Jambeli Archipelago, Ecuador.

A long-time escape for tourists and locals, Jambeli island, has been slowly disappearing due to rising sea levels. In December 2017, the island police station, hotels and residences were destroyed by rising tides. The residency is part of a European Union H2020 Marie Sklodowska Curie (MSCA) Project which is led by GradCAM. All residencies in the research project will culminate in a joint academic symposium and artistic research exhibition, beginning in Guayaquil on 8th– 14th July, and finishing in the Galapagos Islands on the week of 21st July.

For more information on Glenn's residency see here: