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Posted on: June 27, 2022

Smithsonian Museums Water/Ways Exhibition

Water/Ways Exhibition

The African American Cultural Society, Inc. is pleased to host Water/Ways, a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Museums on Main Street program. It will be on display in the Founders Gallery of our African American Museum and Cultural Center from July 9th through September 3rd, 2022.

Water/Ways explores the ways in which water affects our daily lives. From its influence on civilization settlement patterns and religious practices, to our current day reliance on access to abundant, clean, inexpensive drinking water... water plays a hidden, yet vital, role in our society. This exciting exhibition, with its local component, and related activities and events, will ask us to make connections between ourselves, our local waters, and each other.

The theme of our local exhibit and keynote presentation on the exhibition opening day will be "River to River: From the Nile to the St. Johns". With the role of the St. Johns River and the Florida Aquifer vital to the lives of all Floridians, AACS will host a series of events and programs which take on the concept of Water/Ways, and invite you to explore them in a local context.

4422 US Highway 1, North
Palm Coast, FL 32164
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Jul 9th 2022 - Sep 3rd 2022
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