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Water is life. It forms our world and our lives. It allows us to travel; it blocks our paths. It is crucial in determining where we live and work and what we eat and drink. It is an essential biological and natural resource that people struggle to access and control.
Water shapes human culture -- our ways of life. It is central to many rituals and ceremonies around the world. It inspires art and music.
The museum and Western Wyoming Community College have partnered with the Wyoming Humantiies Council to bring you this brand new traveling exbibit from the Smithsonian's Museums on Main Street Program. We are the premier venue in the state and we've put together an accompanying exhibit, Waterfowl/WOW! The exhibit will be up at WWCC's gallery from June 27 through August 4th. We have also put together some great programming to go with it!