Water Ways is an interactive illustrated project created to tell the stories of water and the effects that the natural gas industry has on the area commonly known as Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Each illustration consists of dozens of small vignettes that highlight people's struggles as they strive to protect the water and land on which we all survive. In our interactive presentations, we discuss fracking, the dangers and perceived benefits, politics in Pennsylvania that supp
8/25 11am-3pm during Free Saturday Boating. Join us for an interactive, family-friendly exploration of Tide Field, the river, and the surrounding environment while learning about river ecology, industrial shores, fish, and wildlife. Participants will have up to 30 minutes each to complete the hunt in rowboats and kayaks. http://bartramsgarden.org/event/scavenger-hunt-2018/2018-08-25/
This event is FREE and open to the public!
This is part of our Art@Bartram series. Art@Ba
Art installation by First Seven Design Labs. Photo by Meg Lemieur PHILLY RESIDENTS SAY ‘WHOSE INDEPENDENCE DAY’: HIGHLIGHT SETTLER COLONIALISM WITH GATHERING AND ART INSTALLATION JULY 4TH The 4th of July is generally considered a time when all Americans celebrate, but some Philadelphia organizations intend to demonstrate that the sentiment is not ubiquitous across the United States. A broad coalition of organizations representing African-American, Native-Americans / Indigenou