World Ocean Exhibits

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World Ocean Observatory offers a variety of exhibits that can be viewed online or downloaded and installed at your institution. These exhibits are focused, evocative, timely, and are made possible through the support of our sponsors. They will fit in small spaces, are economical to produce, and are well-suited for schools, libraries, museums and aquaria, and any other educational organization. Subjects such as exploration, maritime culture, art, literature, shipbuilding, transportation, trade, and more. We aim to expand our maritime collection and exhibit offerings by amplifying third party exhibits. We are seeking additional exhibits that have focused, evocative, and timely subject matter. If you have or know of an exhibit that would be well-suited for this site and audiences wordwide, please contact us.
Ashley Cooper
Jul 25, 2018

Images from a Warming Planet
One Man's Mission to Document
Climate Change Around the World
by Ashley Cooper

on the web:
www.globalwarmingimages.net
www.imagesfromawarmingplanet.net
facebook.com/globalwarmingimages.net
contact:
ashley at globalwarmingimages [.] net

 

 

 

HENRY JOHN DREWAL
Madison, Wisconsin
Oct 29, 2015

Mami Wata: Arts for Water Spirits in Africa and its Diasporas
Henry John Drewal for the World Ocean Observatory

 

PENOBSCOT MARINE MUSEUM
Oct 28, 2015

20 Best: Exploring the Magic of Photography
From the Penobscot Marine Museum.

THE PHOTOGRAPHY of BENJAMIN MENDLOWITZ
Brooklin, Maine
Oct 23, 2015

This exhibit is a selection of images from the Calendar of Wooden BoatsClick to view more.

WORLD OCEAN OBSERVATORY
Oct 23, 2015

Miles Down! Oceanography Through History
Journey through the history of oceanography, an international story of invention, individual adventure, and exploration.