17 episodes

Seaport Sessions is a multi-format podcast that explores the past, present, and future of San Diego’s waterfront.

Each week, we bring in a local expert to explore topics ranging from local arts & culture and San Diego History to marine ecology, blue tech innovation, and more. We’ll also be developing, Seaport Stories, a monthly feature that takes a look inside the small businesses in and around Seaport Village that make it a charming and vibrant destination for locals and visitors.

Seaport Sessions is recorded at Seaport Studio, located in Seaport Village. Seaport Studio is run in partnership between Seaport Village, Protea Property Management and the Port of San Diego.

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    • Society & Culture

Seaport Sessions is a multi-format podcast that explores the past, present, and future of San Diego’s waterfront.

Each week, we bring in a local expert to explore topics ranging from local arts & culture and San Diego History to marine ecology, blue tech innovation, and more. We’ll also be developing, Seaport Stories, a monthly feature that takes a look inside the small businesses in and around Seaport Village that make it a charming and vibrant destination for locals and visitors.

Seaport Sessions is recorded at Seaport Studio, located in Seaport Village. Seaport Studio is run in partnership between Seaport Village, Protea Property Management and the Port of San Diego.

    Braving the High Seas: Part 2 - Weather on Steroids

    Braving the High Seas: Part 2 - Weather on Steroids

    Climate change is stressful, and it’s real. In the Braving High Seas podcast, we invite young people with questions about climate change to talk with scientists. How do we know climate change is really happening? Can art help science tell the story of climate change? Guest interviewer Santiago Lopez, a high school senior, speaks with Sasha Gershunov, a research meteorologist and statistician at Scripps, who curated the art & science collaboration, Weather on Steriods.

    • 37 min
    Braving High Seas: Part 1 - The Plankton Chronicles

    Braving High Seas: Part 1 - The Plankton Chronicles

    Climate change is stressful, and it’s real. In the Braving High Seas podcast, we invite young people with questions about climate change to talk with scientists and explore the roles we can all take to fight climate change. “What can plankton tell us about Climate change?” Cole Pennington, a 5th grader, asks Jules Jaffe, a research oceanographer at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The answers to these and other questions are embedded in this fascinating intergenerational conversation!

    • 23 min
    Seaport Sessions: Artist Jessica Ling Findley introduces 'Braving the High Seas' Podcast

    Seaport Sessions: Artist Jessica Ling Findley introduces 'Braving the High Seas' Podcast

    Jessica Ling Findley is a multi-media artist, teacher, and designer. In this episode, host Adam Greenfield talks with Jessica about her work, including the Ocean Optimism installation at Seaport Village in February 2020. Jessica also introduces the "Braving the High Seas" Podcast series, where scientists and kids talk about climate change.

    Jessica Findley: ww.jessicalingfindley.com

    For more information visit www.seaportvillage.com/oceanoptimism

    • 31 min
    Seaport Sessions: Formation of Bread and Salt with James Brown and Thomas DeMello

    Seaport Sessions: Formation of Bread and Salt with James Brown and Thomas DeMello

    Bread & Salt is an experimental center for the arts with strong community ties. Owner James Brown, Head Curator Thomas DeMello, and Artist in Residence Griselda Rosas talk about the formation of Bread & Salt, as well as its expanding Artist in Residency program.

    Bread and Salt: breadandsaltsandiego.com

    Griselda Rosas: griseldarosas.com

    Thee Sacred Souls: instagram.com/theesacredsouls/

    For more information visit www.seaportvillage.com/podcast

    • 57 min
    Seaport Sessions: Graffiti Art & Writerz Blok with Jose Venegas

    Seaport Sessions: Graffiti Art & Writerz Blok with Jose Venegas

    Jose Venegas is a Miami born and San Diego raised graffiti artist and the facility supervisor at Writerz Blok, a dedicated space for artists to practice graffiti art. He teaches graphic design, silk-screening and graffiti art for after-school programs and with juvenile detention centers. He is an Artist in Residence at Seaport Village's Studio by the Bay.

    Studio by the Bay: thinkplaycreate.org

    Unsteady: facebook.com/unsteadyband/

    For more information visit www.seaportvillage.com/podcast

    • 22 min
    Seaport Sessions: Environmental Folk Art with Rodney McCoubrey and Alex Ferron

    Seaport Sessions: Environmental Folk Art with Rodney McCoubrey and Alex Ferron

    Rodney "Rodrigo” McCoubrey, Environmental Folk Artist, and Alex Ferron, Volunteer Policy Coordinator at the Surfrider Foundation talk about Rodney's artwork created primarily from recycled and found materials and Surfrider Foundation's work to protect and preserve our oceans.

    Rodney McCoubrey: www.rodrigosrecycledart.com

    Surfrider: https://sandiego.surfrider.org/

    Tori Roze and the Hot Mess: www.torirozeandthehotmess.com

    For more information visit www.seaportvillage.com/podcast

    • 54 min

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