MSU Broad Museum - Altered Tour: Watersheds, Rivers, and Wheels

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Friday, October 7, 2016 - 7:00pm

Friday, October 7
MSU Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum

Altered Tour: Watersheds, Rivers, and Wheels
7pm, Starting from the Broad MSU West Plaza
Ride with us and explore the Red Cedar River on two wheels! With Gideon Mendel’s Drowning World: Red Cedar River Project as our backdrop, we’ll ride our bikes from campus along the Lansing River Trail to where the Red Cedar River meets the Grand River. On our way, we’ll talk to MSU professionals to identify and understand our watershed and find out what’s being done to reduce pollutant runoff in our rivers. From our bikes, we’ll also consider our daily activities and how they contribute to changes in our environment. The Red Cedar River Project is a partnership with MSU’s Cultural Engagement Council, the organizing body behind this year’s thematic year of arts and cultural programming entitled Water Moves MSU. The year-long initiative fosters and celebrates cultural and artistic expression inspired by water including conservation efforts, scientific research, and sustainability. © 2013-2020 East Lansing Info