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The River Feeds Back
June 1-October 30, 2022

  • artist Annea Lockwood
    Artist Annea Lockwood with recording equipment on the banks of the Schuylkill River.
    Credit: Eugene Lew
  • artist Liz Philips at waters edge
    Artist Liz Phillips recording the enchanting sounds of the Schuylkill River for The River Feeds Back.
    Credit: Eugene Lew
  • schuylkill river scene
    Wissahickon Creek
    Credit: Cyrus Vella
  • Extreme Deep: Mission to the Abyss
    April 2–July 24, 2022

    • exhibit arch
      Credit: Ramon Torres/ANS
    • Alvin submersible
      Credit: Ramon Torres/ANS
    • man at Life Without Sunlight case
      Credit: Ramon Torres/ANS
    • 2 girls with dummy head
      Credit: Ramon Torres/ANS
    • boy at kiosk
      Credit: Ramon Torres/ANS
    • Life Without Sunlight
      Credit: Ramon Torres/ANS
    • visitors create deep sea colony
      Credit: Ramon Torres/ANS
    • kids at controls
      Credit: Evergreen Exhibitions
    • Giant riftia tube worms
      Giant tube worms
      Credit: Sloan Museum
    • boy at robotic arm
      Credit: Evergreen Exhibitions
    • Titanic model
      Titanic model
      Credit: Sloan Museum
    • floating sea creatures
      Credit: Evergreen Exhibitions

    Ocean Bound
    August 20, 2022–January 15, 2023

    • kids looking at water scene
      Credit: Sciencenter
    • kids at contraption
      Credit: Sciencenter

    Invisible World of Water
    Nov. 13, 2021-April 17, 2022

    • IWOW entry

    • A snow crystal magnified
      Credit: Kenneth Libbrecht
    • diatoms arrangement
      Group of different diatoms magnified
    • diatom black and white
      A single diatom magnified
    • diatom scientific illustration
      Ernst Haeckel’s illustration of sea creatures
    • sculptures of diatoms
    • 3 D diatom sculpture
      Ceramic diatom sculptures by Marguerita Hagan
    • Ruth Patrick display
      Diatom measuring instruments used by the Academy’s renowned scientist Ruth Patrick

    Sea Change

    • case in Sea Change exhibit
    • Sea Change exhibit in Spotlight Gallery
    • pteropoda
      Sea Butterfly – Pteropod Limacina helicina
      Credit: Alexander Semenov