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The Smithsonian’s Water/Ways exhibit dives into Arizona water.Water is an essential component of life on our planet, environmentally, culturally, and historically. This national exhibit will be in Arizona 2018 through 2020, and will be paired with local exhibits developed to extend the national exhibit with Arizona water information specific to each community hosting the exhibit tour.
Link: http://waterwaysaz.org/ (Actived: Friday Apr 19, 2019)
Arizona Tour 2018-2020. This is the companion web site for the Arizona tour of Water/Ways, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution.The Smithsonian has partnered with Arizona Humanities, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives, and the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Arizona State University to bring the exhibit to Arizona.
Link: https://waterwaysaz.org/about/ (Actived: Monday Apr 15, 2019)
Arizona Humanities and the Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives and School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Arizona State University are pleased to announce an exclusive Arizona tour of Water/Ways, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution.Below are the selected host sites for the new exhibition tour that will kick off in June 2018.
Link: https://azhumanities.org/water-ways/ (Actived: Sunday Apr 21, 2019)
Link: https://www.powell150.org/powell-events (Actived: Sunday Apr 21, 2019)
Link: https://azhumanities.org/event/smithsonian-water-ways-exhibit-florence/all/ (Actived: Friday Apr 12, 2019)
From above, the Earth appears as a planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with the most vital resource for life…water. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art, music and literature. Arizona has just experienced a historically dry winter, and water is on our minds more than ever.
Link: https://shprs.asu.edu/content/smithsonian-traveling-exhibit-make-splash-arizona (Actived: Tuesday Apr 16, 2019)
Members of the public are invited to visit the exhibit, attend programs, and follow the conversation online at #waterwaysAZ and #thinkwater. A new Water/Ways website shares information about each community, upcoming water programs, curriculum from the ASU Decision Center for Desert City, and water resources.. Brenda Thomson, Executive Director of Arizona Humanities shared, “We are very
Link: https://wateruseitwisely.com/celebrate-az-water-waterways-exhibit/ (Actived: Saturday Apr 20, 2019)
Beth Hebrew Synagogue. An interdisciplinary team of researchers, graduate and undergraduate students from history, Jewish studies, geography and urban planning and religious studies is investigating the stories encapsulated in Beth Hebrew, a mid-century downtown Phoenix synagogue.
Link: https://shprs.asu.edu/facultyprojects (Actived: Sunday Apr 14, 2019)
Water/Ways is part of a national/state/local partnership to bring Smithsonian exhibitions and programs to cultural organizations in rural communities of 50,000 residents or less. The exhibit will be transported to 12 rural communities around Arizona starting in 2018.
Link: https://asunow.asu.edu/20171206-arizona-impact-asu-students-faculty-thinkwater-rural-arizona (Actived: Wednesday Dec 6, 2017)
Link: https://www.democraticunderground.com/10386020 (Actived: Thursday Mar 21, 2019)
Link: https://twitter.com/ASU_SHPRS (Actived: Saturday Nov 24, 2018)
Over eighty years ago, William and Rose Fulton traveled to Dragoon, Arizona, to build their new home. Having stayed at the Triangle T Guest Ranch in Texas Canyon, William Fulton fell in love with the area and bought up 1600 acres. The Connecticut couple had both turned 50; the kids were grown and they were looking for a second home in the sunny west.
Link: http://www.amerind.org/exhibits.html (Actived: Saturday Apr 20, 2019)