Aquaponics as ArtJan 21 2014 · 1 comment · Education, K-12 Education, Mycelia Project, Seed to Table Project
This past Friday, Sweet Water Foundation co-hosted the gallery opening of the “Water” exhibit at Arts@Large’s gallery space on the south side of Milwaukee. The “Water” exhibit features the work of 3rd grade students from Milwaukee Environmental Sciences and 7th and 8th grade students from Fernwood Montessori School, who each built small aquaponics systems at their schools with support from Sweet Water Foundation.
See the photos below, as the students proudly displayed their aquaponics systems to gallery visitors on Friday evening, and gave a formal presentation as well, explaining the details of how aquaponics works, and what they learned from building these systems. Hats off to the students from Milwaukee Environmental Sciences and Fernwood Montessori School for their excellent work!
The “Water” exhibit will be on display through the month of April, so please visit the Arts@Large gallery at 908 S 5th St, Milwaukee, WI during their open hours to check it out.