[Michlib-l] Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street: Water/Ways

Norris, Sonya (MDE) NorrisS2 at michigan.gov
Tue Apr 4 10:47:18 EDT 2017

>From the Michigan Humanities Council:

The Michigan Humanities Council invites you to apply to host the Smithsonian’s Water/Ways exhibition in 2018 and 2019.

The Water/Ways exhibition explores how water connects human beings with our surrounding environment, while shedding light on its environmental, cultural, and historical importance. As “The Great Lakes State,” water is an invaluable resource and part of Michigan’s identity, and we are looking for six communities to host the exhibit and share their local water stories. Host communities will have the chance to engage in conversations with water experts, host the exhibit, create additional programming, and help shape the dialogue on Michigan’s water policy.

Please visit our website http://www.michiganhumanities.org/water-ways/ for more information about eligibility, how to apply, and other requirements for applicants. The deadline to submit applications is July 10, 2017. This is a truly exciting opportunity that we wanted to bring to your attention, and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact James Nelson at jnelson at mihumanities.org<mailto:jnelson at mihumanities.org>.

Sonya Schryer Norris
Library of Michigan
702 W. Kalamazoo St.
PO Box 30009
Lansing, MI 48909


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