February 3, 2023 – December 31, 2023
This exhibit is intended as a voyage through time. It is about our planet, Planet Earth, and specifically about the Gulf of Maine, which is warming faster than 96% of all the world’s ocean.
With a mission that informs art with science, science with art, to promote conservation and activism for worthy environmental causes, Gulf of Maine EcoArts has partnered with Maine Maritime Museum to create a year-long art and natural science exhibition.
Entering the underwater world of an ‘immersive’ art installation with a narrative that begins before modern human impact began taking its toll, visitors will encounter the voices and figures of our neighbors living under the waves, eighteen humans who represent solution and hope, and scenes ranging from a dark and climate-challenged world to a light and magical underwater mountain range called Cashes Ledge, needing permanent protection.
Maine Maritime Museum
243 Washington Street
Bath, ME 04530
Hours & Fees
Open 9:30am – 5pm daily
Child (17 & under): Free
February 1 – March 31: Free admission on weekends
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