Event Website: https://flowilm.com/
The third annual FlowILM event at the Cameron Art Museum will feature an array of artists, scientists, local non-profits and UNCW labs / programs focused on local / global water issues. On Saturday, October 21st, participating organizations and labs will share their research for the first half of the event from 4:30 to 6:30pm focused on educational and family-oriented activities, while the second half from 6:30 to 9:pm featuring live performance, dance, sculpture, installation, light and sound work. This event is produced by the Coaction Lab at The University of North Carolina Wilmington and the Cameron Art Museum and sponsored by the Arts Council of Wilmington, the UNCW College of Arts & Sciences and the Office for Applied Learning & High Impact Practices.
FlowILM is a community art event committed to articulating the un/stable relationships between organisms, environments, creativity & technology. This event takes place in celebration of Earth Day, featuring aquatic organisms unique to the Cape Fear coastal ecosystem. Creative work can be experienced on the museum’s exterior walls and landscapes and visitors are encouraged to meander the museum grounds exploring biologically and ecologically inspired art and performance.