Common Waters is a community project that examines our relationship with water and provides a platform for us to discuss some of the most pressing issues of our time. This project explores diverse artistic, scientific, cultural, and personal perspectives through a curated sequence of art installations, workshops, discussions, gatherings, and excursions. These activations provide a platform for considering our shared waters through the lenses of environment, identity, history, and sustainability.

Common Waters runs from June 14th to September 15th, 2019

Featured Events

Grand River: Mud and Microbes

July 3rd, 1-4 PM @ BRIDGE Storefront

Lecture: What Happens to the Rain After it Falls?

July 4th, 6-8 PM @ The Cummings Lecture Theatre at the University of Waterloo

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