There will be a guided tour of the exhibit followed by one of the exhibit collaborators. Following the tour there will be a reception with food and a cash bar in the Museum.
The Social Life of Water is a collaborative community exhibit that explores fundamental relationships with water throughout the Okanagan Valley. The exhibition uses art, audio, and visual media, and storytelling to explore the diverse meanings that water holds and has held for the many communities, cultures, and interest groups in the valley over time. The exhibition will take visitors through a journey of the Okanagan watershed, exploring relationships we have had with the watershed over time. In addition to exploring the past and present, the exhibition will examine our relationship with water in the future, inviting participants to imagine how a responsible relationship with water might look.
Learn more at kelownamuseums.ca.