Water For Life

Poster promoting the exhibition Water for Life - shows Niagara FallsThis exhibition will showcase the work of multiple international artists that highlights a series of artworks inspired by the theme of water as 20% of the fresh water from the world passes through Niagara Falls. Through the theme of water, our objective is to sensitize audiences to an important social and cultural issue:
 
More than a billion individuals – one in seven people on the planet – now lack access to safe drinking water.
 
The Niagara Falls Museums is very excited about this upcoming exhibition.  Artists will display works that connect to water, our most valuable resource and the source of the Niagara's global reputation.  
 
This exhibition runs from May 12, 2018 until September 9, 2018 in the Ontario Power Generation Gallery.
 
The artists involved in this exhibition are:
Bio and picture of Shibu ArakkalPhoto and bio of Ann-Pia azizuddinPicture and Bio of Brighart
Carlos Caruso biography and picture
Picture and bio of Ebru DedePicture and bio of Ann DunbarJoy EngelmanPicture and bio of Antoine GaberPicture and bio of Picture and bio ofPicture and bio of Marilyn Hutchinson photo and bioPicture and bio ofPicture and bio of Picture and bio of
Photo and bio of Sylvana Merrello
Anya McManus photo and bioPicture and bio of Picture and Bio ofBarbara MuirPhoto and bio of Rosae Novachencho
Bio and image of Gabriela Rodriguez-Penagos
Evi Savvaidi photo and bio
B'Beth WeldonPicture and bio of Eric Brynolv Wursten photo and bio
Natxo Zenborain biography and photograph
 

Events

17
Aug

Courtyard Music Series

MyStage Presents: the 2017 Summer Courtyard Music Series

24
Aug

ANCIENT EGYPT PYRAMIDS AND TEMPLES ALIVE!

Pyramids, Tombs and Temples – Oh My!

31
Aug

Community Arts Project

Join local artist, Emily Andrews and take a step back in time to explore the history and technique of silhouette portraiture.

7
Sep

Community Art Project

Join local artist, Emily Andrews and take a step back in time to explore the history and technique of silhouette portraiture.

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