About the 2022 Ocean Awareness
The Funny Thing About Climate Change challenges students to learn about climate change and its impact on the ocean, and to explore new ways to communicate the urgency of the climate crisis. We are looking for innovative pieces that challenge our expectations for what climate change messaging should look like. How can you talk about climate change in a fresh way?
Bow Seat Timeline
For more than a decade, Bow Seat has inspired young ocean caretakers through creative expression. Check out our interactive timeline to learn more about our program history and exciting milestones!View Timeline
Our student gallery showcases visual art, poetry and spoken word, prose, music, dance, short films, and multimedia projects from past Ocean Awareness Contest winners. Read, watch, admire, and share!View Gallery
Program Alumni – Apply Now for a Paid TikTok Internship
June 29, 2022
We’re looking for an intern who can help us launch our new TikTok account by creating educational, inspiring, fun, and...
Fixing the Future With Fungus: An Unsung Climate Solution
June 28, 2022
By Brooke Nind, Future Blue Youth Council Member Featured artwork: “Forgotten Venus” Linn Soh, California In the midst of today’s climate...
That’s a Wrap on 2022 Contest Submissions! Next Up: Judging
June 22, 2022
To all those who entered the 2022 Contest, we think you’re fintastic! We launched our 11th annual Contest with the...
Age 15, Colorado
“At first, it was easy to feel pessimism and despair, but I found hope and optimism in the power of words to cause change and communicate messages to others. [In my poem,] I wanted to emphasize not only our personal responsibilities to the health of our planet, but also the power held by each individual and the potential change we can cause when we act together.”