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Join us as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Los Angeles Aqueduct and the Natural History Museum with commemorations, events and a new art exhibition.
Free admission on both days!. Every visitor will receive a bottle of water commemorating the opening of the L.A. Aqueduct and have the chance to be a part of the next 100 years by signing a register destined for a new time museum time capsule. Sponsored by Metabolic Studio
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NHM presents large-scale watercolor works by Los Angeles artist Rob Reynolds, inspired by the L.A. Aqueduct that brought water to a thirsty region. Support provided by the James Irvine Foundation
Doors open for reception (open to the public)
Introduction and opening remarks by artist and curator
Reception and open exhibit
Los Angeles Water Traveling Over the Owens Valley, 2013 (detail)
Watercolor, gouache, and ink on rag paper. 68" x 93 1/2"
Photo credit: Robert Wedemeyer; Copyright: Rob Reynolds, 2013
Steps of the NHM 1913 Building. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the L.A. Aqueduct and NHM, with remarks by civic leaders, a ceremonial lighting of the Expositon Park Fountain, and a display of materials that will be placed in a time capsule that will be opened in 2113.
Taste of History: A Watershed Moment is a reception and unforgettable culinary experience celebrating 100 years of water in L.A. and a curatorial presentation on the city’s transformation from a desert into an oasis.
Free for Members at the Fellow level and higher.
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Presenting Sponsors: Department of Water and Power and NHM 100
Announcing the Grand Prize Winners of our Augmented Reality Poster Campaign Grand Prize:
A night at the museum + 3 friends!
Second Place Prize: Driftwood Dinosaur