H2O as Personal: A Panel Discussion and Public Conversation
5 May 2018 from 1 – 3 PM
Free with admission to museum and/or free with membership
Mississippi Valley Textile Museum, Almonte, ON
Free. All welcome. The museum is wheelchair accessible.
Join a multidisciplinary panel to explore the physical, emotional and spiritual roles of water in our lives. Panelists for whom water is central to their professions will reflect on the meaning of water in their lives and work, followed by a wide-ranging public Q&A session. The event is in the context of Emily Rose Michaud’s water-themed art exhibit Tributaries at the MVTM from 7 April – 23 June 2018.
Moderator: Jacob Berkowitz (Science Writer/Author)
Emily Rose Michaud (Artist/Educator)
Jennifer Kingsley (National Geographic Explorer/Author)
Meredith Brown (Riverkeeper, Ottawa Riverkeeper)
Robert Lovelace (Adjunct Professor, Queen’s University)
The artist has received support from the Canada Council for the Arts for her exhibition: http://emilyrosemichaud.com/tributaries