Detroit River Exhibits

Canada’s Waterscapes: Yours to Enjoy, Explore and Protect

Visit the Chimczuk Museum between September
Ford City Bathing Beach c.1930

15 – December 31,2018 to catch the Canada Waterscapes Exhibit! This travelling exhibition from the Canadian Museum of Nature explores Canada’s unique estuaries, rivers, lakes, oceans, and wetlands and the environmental challenges facing these ecosystems today. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the fascinating animals and wildlife that depend on these waterways forsurvival. This exhibit is great for the whole family and features wildlife specimens, mini ecosystems models, interpretive panels, hands-on components, and interactive activities.

 
While you’re there, please check out the DRCC’s Detroit River photo exhibit! This exhibit takes you through the history of the Detroit River Area of Concern and the steps we’ve made towards ecological recovery. 
 
For more information: 
Museum Windsor
254 Pitt Street West, Windsor.
Phone: (519) 253-1812 

Art Gallery of Windsor – The Living River Project: Art, Water and Possible Worlds –  October 20, 2018 – January 20, 2019

Visit the Art Gallery of Windsor soon to see The Living River Project: Art, Water and Possible Worlds. Co-curators of this exhibit, Patrick Mahon and Stuart Reid, build on previous iterations of the exhibition to consider the cultural, historical and environmental significance of water issues in the Windsor-Detroit corridor.

For more information:
Art Gallery of Windsor
401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor
Phone: (519) 977-0013

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