NWNL Calendar – Upcoming Events

Garden across Yamuna River from the Taj Mahal, India.

Calendar for 2017–18

Dec. 5: “Water Words that Work,” Audubon Society of Rhode Island

NWNL Director Alison Jones will be part of a full-day workshop in Providence on how to send NWNL messages “beyond just the choir” and how to most effectively craft scientific and professional information for readability.

Dec. 6 – Jan 20, 2018: INDIA Exhibit, NYC

NWNL Director Alison Jones will be in a group show curated by Harvey Stein with images from her 2017 Northern India Spotlight Expedition to arid Rajasthan and Ganges River Basin. Dec. 6 Reception will be 6–8 p.m. at Umbrella Arts Gallery, 317 E. 9th Street. Gallery hours are Thurs.–Sat., 1–6 p.m. and by appt.

Winter 2017: Kenya and Tanzania

Dates and Itinerary are yet to be determined for a return by NWNL Director Alison Jones to the Mara River Basin and opportunities to meet with stewards and scientists working in the Nile and Omo River Basins.

Current & Coming Exhibits

Now through 2022: Smithsonian’s “H2O Today / Water Matters” initiative

NWNL image in Smithsonian exhibit: bald cyprus in Mississippi River Basin

This traveling exhibition series features a NWNL image by Alison M. Jones. SITES (Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service) creates its exhibits for educational purposes. The Water Matters exhibit will be shown in various US communities from 2016 to 2022. See the H2O Today page for the itinerary. This teaching opportunity discusses our water usage and how water influences our lives. An online digital exhibit will run from 2016 to 2026. This exhibition is being developed by the Museum on Main Street (MoMS), a branch of SITES.

Dec. 7, 2017 – Jan. 20, 2018: “Northern India”, New York, NY

A group show that will include images by NWNL Director Alison M. Jones focused on water availabiilty in arid Rajasthan and the Ganges River Basin. Curated by Harvey Stein, at Umbrella Arts Gallery, 317 East 9th St., NYC.