The FlowILM event series is produced by the Coaction Lab at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and hosted by the Cameron Art Museum. This free event series features an array of artists, scientists, local non-profits and UNCW labs / programs focused on local / global water issues, including educational and family oriented activities and more. The arts portion of the event features live performance, dance, sculpture, installation and light / sound work. The third annual event will expand on the first two year’s event themes, adding more art, science, and ecology groups from across our community. Participating organizations will share their research and creativity with an array of family friendly activities, throughout the day running with the main art events running from sunset into the evening . This community art event is committed to articulating the un/stable relationships between organisms, environments, and technology. Participants are invited to meander the museum grounds and interior experiencing the symbiotic worlds of art and science in collaboration. Bridging the visible and invisible, inner and outer, macro to micro, local to regional to national to global. Artists, scientists and our community seek empathy for and awareness of our relationships with the organisms and ecosystems that we depend on and that depend on us to help maintain a sense of balance in the face of uncertainty.