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Event:

The Social Life of Water Tour and Evaluation

  

Date:

Fri, May 19th, 2017

Time:

3:00 pm

Description:

The Social Life of Water: Past, Present and Future

Dr. Aleksandra Dulic and Jeannette Angel look forward to your participation in the evaluation of this exhibit!

Event: Social Life of Water Research Session

NOTE: Participants are invited to sign-up for May 19th 3:00 4:00 pm OR May 20 11:30 am -12:30 pm

The Social Life of Water: Past, Present and Future exhibition project is seeking participants for a survey session that involves filling a written survey before and after touring the exhibition. The written responses will be used to evaluate participant experiences of the exhibition content. The session will last approximately 1 hour.

The Social Life of Water: Past, Present and Future explores the diverse meanings that water holds for the many communities, cultures and interest groups in the valley, including indigenous Okanagan (Syilx) communities, ranchers, orchardists, grape-growers, loggers, tourists, resort industry workers, city residents, environmentalists and artists. Art, immersive audio and visual media, storytelling and varied forms of social science and hydrological research data is integrated in the form of a museum exhibition hosted by one of our project partners, the Kelowna Museums Society.

Each session will have a maximum of 20 participants. The session involves filling in a written pre-tour survey before a 20 minute tour of the exhibition. After the tour, study participants will be asked to fill in a post-tour survey. The survey is a combination of multiple choice and short answer questions.

Venue:

Okanagan Heritage Museum,

Address:
470 Queensway, Kelowna

Cost:


Ticketing and/or registration:

How: If you are a minimum of 18 years old and interested in participation please contact Jeannette.Angel@alumni.ubc.ca to register and receive information on dates and times. All exhibition visitors are invited to register and participate in a pre and post tour survey session at the Okanagan Heritage Museum.

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