Through November 30 – Allison Watson’s The Living River Exhibit – The Living River depicts the wide variety of habitats found in the St. Johns River and surrounding ecosystems, from wide marshes, springs, and cypress lined shores and lakes. Allison Watson draws inspiration for her landscape paintings from her personal connection to the St. Johns. “The river is a wonderful subject for my work as a landscape artist. I grew up on the river and have always been inspired by its history, beauty and mystery. The river is vital to Jacksonville and must be protected.” The exhibition is in support of Cultural Fusion’s 2015 theme, Year of the River.
Through January 10 – Nature Unleashed: Inside Natural Disasters – Come explore natural disasters through stunning displays, state-of-the-art animations, poignant, large-scale images, and cultural artifacts that reveal the dynamic relationship we have with the Earth. The exhibit focuses on four types of disasters – earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, and tornadoes and how these phenomena are the spectacular results of the forces that drive our ever-changing planet. Nature Unleashed will be on display until January 10, 2016.
Fridays – $5 Fridays – Every Friday, come to MOSH to enjoy $5 admission and extended hours. The Museum is open late ‘til 8 p.m. (Note: Additional discounts or coupons are not permitted.)