Loveland Museum, 503 N Lincoln Ave, Loveland, United States
Paper Soaking Pick-Up - Night on the Town
Speaking to Water: An installation by Loveland Artist Sharon Carlisle
In 2018, German scientists determined that water has memory. Water that exists now is the same water that was created in the beginning. Water continually moves all around the world. It is contained in ice, evaporates and falls as snow, rain, hail. It is contained in all living things. Humans are 70% water. It is a basic need for life to survive.
The exhibit explores the past, present and on-going development of Sharon Carlisle’s work to connect Loveland with the larger world community through flowing water. Visitors will have the opportunity to do their own paper soakings. Community soaking sill be included in a revised display and will be included in future hand-bound books.
Pick up your paper and instruction during the following Night on the Town dates:
About The Host: The Loveland Museum is home to a variety of history exhibits, hosts world-class art exhibitions, and provides family events; art classes; lectures; poetry readings; and other programming for the Loveland community and visitors from around the world.
Website Link: www.lovelandmuseumgallery.org
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